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Shortly after her estranged mother’s death, middle-aged Caroline travels to her palatial house in the country to settle affairs and bury her. She intends to stop for a night, attend the ceremony and head back to Paris the next day but her mother’s fun-loving friend Pattie, the local scoundrels, and a mysterious older man named Jean have other ideas – and that’s even before the body goes missing…
21 Nights with Pattie is all over the place tonally, dealing as it does in necrophilia, romantic frustration, parenthood, sexual liberation and ghosts dancing on tables, but it’s a more enjoyable ride than you might expect. Caroline is the nominal protagonist, trying to discover who (if anyone) took her mother’s body while getting to »
- Mark Allen
The British actress will collect the award at a gala on Sept 25 in San Sebastian’s Kursaal Auditorium.
The festival also unveiled some high-profile names and juries for its upcoming edition.
Actors attending include stars of Ben Wheatley’s High-Rise, Sienna Miller, Tom Hiddleston and Luke Evans; Freeheld actress Ellen Page; Sicario stars Emily Blunt and Benicio del Toro; Tim Roth, at the festival with 600 Miles and Chronic; Louise Bourgoin, star of The White Knights; and Karin Viard and Isabelle Carré from 21 nuits avec Pattie.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Rosser)
Breathe (Respire) Film Movement Reviewed by: Tami Smith, Guest Reviewer for Shockya. Grade: B+ Director: Mélanie Laurent Screenwriter: Mélanie Laurent, Julien Lambroschini Based on: Breathe (Respire), a novel by Anne-Sophie Brasme Cast: Joséphine Japy, Lou de Laâge, Isabelle Carré, Radivoje Bukvic, Carole Franck Release date: September 11, 2015 I once knew a High School student who never stopped raving about the fact that his “father was a medical doctor, his mother was a psychiatrist, he had a German Shepard dog, and an aunt in Romania ”. He later became a “general manager in a large book store in New Jersey” and a “sky diver in Nevada”. In reality none of [ Read More ]
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- Harvey Karten
Read More: Mélanie Laurent's 'Breathe' & More Headed To Cannes Critics' Week After premiering at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, Melanie Laurent's debut film, "Breathe," went on a little hiatus, touring the world at various international film festivals before landing U.S. distribution earlier this year. Now, the drama is finally coming stateside thanks to a new trailer and release date. Joséphine Japy, Lou de Laâge and Isabelle Carré star in "Breathe," which follows the growing friendship of rowdy Sarah and her more reserved friend, Charlie. The two quickly become friends, but their bond turns sour as their relationship becomes obsessive and destructive. "Breathe" will have a limited release on September 11. Check out the trailer above. Read More: Melanie Laurent’s ‘Breathe’ Sold to Film Movement »
- Kaeli Van Cott
It has taken a while since its debut last spring at Cannes, but after hitting festivals around the world, Melanie Laurent's "Breathe" will land in U.S. cinemas this fall, with a fresh trailer arriving to introduce you to the actress' sophomore directorial effort. Read More: Interview: Mélanie Laurent Talks Directing, Being Impressed By 'Mommy,' And Working With Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie Starring Joséphine Japy, Lou de Laâge, and Isabelle Carré, and based on the novel by Anne-Sophie Brasme, the film tracks the relationship between the wild Sarah and the quieter Charlie, who form a fast friendship that turns into something obsessive and unexpected. Jessica Kiang was certainly impressed by what she saw on the Croisette, saying in her review that the picture is "beautifully shot, radiantly acted and artistically made." "Breathe" opens in limited release on September 11th. Watch below. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
5 items from 2015
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