On the bill: "Elvis", "Tastes and colors", "El buon boss", "The path to happiness", "I'm your man"

On the bill: “Elvis”, “Tastes and colors”, “El buon boss”, “The path to happiness”, “I’m your man”

With reviews:

  • Eva Bettan (France Inter)
  • Sophie Avon (South West)
  • Eric Neuhoff (Le Figaro)
  • Michael Cement (Positive)

Elvisby Baz Luhrmann

with Austin Butler as the King and Tom Hanks as his impresario, the mysterious and toxic Andreas Cornelis van Kuijk, aka Colonel Parker. The biopic focuses on this crook, who managed Presley’s musical and film career in America during the Glorious Thirties.

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33 mins

Tastes and colorsby Michel Leclerc

Daredjane (Judith Chemla), a 70s rock icon disappears. The young singer Marcia (Rebecca Marder), who had become his assistant and the co-author of certain songs, must convince the only beneficiary, Anthony (Félic Moati), who has never liked the music of his relative, to give him the rights to the ultimate album.

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El Buen Patron, by Fernando Leon de Aranoa

Julio Blanco (Javier Bardem), boss of an industrial scale company, awaits a visit from a commission that will decide on the awarding of a local business excellence award. It is therefore a question of doing everything so that the company is brilliant, only here everything seems to conspire against Julio Blanco.

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The Way to Happinessby Nicolas Steil

In Brussels, in the 80s, Saül (Simon Abkarian), runs a restaurant dedicated to the 7th art. As a child, Saul miraculously escaped the Shoah, he was hidden by a Righteous woman in Brussels and never stopped wanting to make films. And today, Saul encourages his young nephew to write his first screenplay on the Shoah.

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I Am Your Manby Maria Schrader

Alma (Maren Eggert), who works at the Near East Museum in Berlin, agrees to take part in an experiment: to live for three weeks with Tom, a humanoid robot (Dan Stevens), who is programmed to correspond to the definition of the ideal man: he must make Alma happy.

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The perfect manby Xavier Durringer

Florence (Valérie Karsenti), who is overwhelmed in her family and professional life, buys a human-looking robot, Bobby (Pierre-Francois Martin-Laval), to do household chores and take care of the children. This perfect man will drive her husband Frank (Didier Bourdon) mad with jealousy.

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