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| 98 minutes | 2018
The new Mamoru Hosoda film, Mirai, is one of the most anticipated films of the year. After Les enfants loups/The Wolf Children (Prix Temps Ø 2012) and Le garçon et la bête, the filmmaker belongs in the same rank as Hayao Miyazaki. A film for young and old alike, it explores the pain of a four-year-old child when a little sister enters his life. Anger, frustration, the emotional shock is such that his reality is totally destabilized. Past, present and future merge to open a fantastic world of time travel where he meets his sister of the future. Magical and fabulous in every way!Join us from 5pm on October 7 to taste free dorayaki and create origami figures.Presented by Yatai
Somewhere in southern Chile, Maria escapes from a cult and takes refuge in the woods. There, the dark fairytales of childhood play out, the ones where the...
CHILE | 98 minutes | 2018
He (Jean Dujardin), the brother, is looking to get rich quick. She (Yolande Moreau), the sister, runs an Emmaüs commune, a not-for-profit settlement for...
FRANCE | 98 minutes | 2017
There’s no question: in terms of new cinema, Bertrand Mandico sets the bar high. There’s also no question that on the heels of The Wild Boys (screened...
FRANCE | 98 minutes | 2018
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