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Updated on July 3, 2020 8:39 am

Global Statistics

All countries
11,018,907
Confirmed
Updated on July 3, 2020 8:39 am
All countries
5,969,717
Recovered
Updated on July 3, 2020 8:39 am
All countries
524,828
Deaths
Updated on July 3, 2020 8:39 am

Perfumes, Irresistible, Jumbo: films at the cinema this week

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What to see this week.

THE EVENT

THE PERFUMES ★★★ ☆☆
By Grégory Magne

The essential

Grégory Montel “undergoes” Emmanuelle Devos in this comedy of opposites against a backdrop of fragrances and loneliness, laughter and tears brought in.

In 2012 came out Nonchalantly, the first promising feature by Grégory Magne, co-produced with Stéphane Viard. We were already following Grégory Montel in a road trip alongside Michel Delpech as an old indebted singer who was dragging his usher on tour! A buddy movie bittersweet which showed a look full of tenderness for the characters. The perfumes takes up this principle of opposites which must accept the time of travel rich in situations and semi-funny meetings.
Christophe Narbonne

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FIRST LOVED

BROOKLYN SECRET ★★★★ ☆
From Isabel Sandoval

The difficulty of being an undocumented Filipino trans in Trump’s America. This could be summed up in this film by Isabel Sandoval (herself a transexual) on a nurse’s aide in search of a white marriage, for which the grandson of the woman in her care cracks. And if he brews many societal subjects, Secret brooklyn is above all the portrait of a woman drawn into a love which she believed impossible, with a double fear in the belly: those of the expulsion and the reaction of the man whom she loves the day when he learns that she is trans. Isabel Sandoval finds the right tone to tell this daily story. Its realization never stutters with the context of political violence. The Brooklyn she films turns out to be surprisingly enveloping, her camera movements carry no stigma of the aesthetics of “social cinema” and she thwarts all the twists and turns that we thought had been written in advance. A wonder of sensitivity.
Thierry Cheze

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FIRST LOVED

IRRESISTIBLE ★★★ ☆☆
By Jon Stewart

For many Americans, the coming to power of Donald Trump remains an impossible-to-heal wound. Having seen Hillary Clinton lose a presumably captivating election is, beyond disappointment, a source of questioning, especially when the 2020 ballot is fast approaching. Including in the way of laughing at politics. Jon Stewart, a great satirist on US TV, delves into this subject that inspires him so much.
Thierry Cheze

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FIRST TO MEDIUM LOVED

JUMBO ★★ ☆☆☆
By Zoe Wittock

Now is the time for extraordinary love stories on the big screen. After the awesome Yves by Benoît Forgeard where the character of Doria Tiller fell madly crazy about an intelligent fridge, Zoe Wittock imagined for his first film a love at first sight just as improbable between the young night guard of an amusement park … and the merry-go-round star of the place she named Jumbo.
Thierry Cheze

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THE ROOM MATE ★★ ☆☆☆
By Marco Berger

Unknown in France (half of his films were released directly on video), Marco Berger has only one obsession: to show, as here, the repressed attraction between male characters. The Argentinian director follows the seducer Juan who takes for a roommate a co-worker, the widower and silent Michel. Juan has a partner, Gabriel, a little girl raised by his grandmother. Berger does not maintain the mystery for very long. A hand casually placed on a thigh, bodies deliberately exhibited … The room mate plays on the gradual rise of desire and the frustration it causes in its protagonists who assume their impulses differently. Too long and minimalist, it nevertheless powerfully tells of a patriarchal society stuck in its contradictions.
Christophe Narbonne

Reversals
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Forbidden Hollywood retrospective

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