It’s An Explosion of Styles In Olivier Asselin’s Un Capitalisme Sentimental

You want to take a quick trip through cinema history? Not a lot of better places to start that Quebecois film maker Olivier Asselin’s Un Capitalisme Sentimental. The opening night film of the ongoing Festival du Nouveau Cinema in Montreal the film spins through a variety of styles, from classic American noir to German expressionism to the rise of 70s indie cinema and much, much more. The story? Here’s an excerpt from the Fnc description:

Fernande Bouvier (Lucille Fluet) meets Max Bauer (Paul Ahmarani) who introduces her to modern art, and Maria Rozanova (Sylvie Moreau) who teaches her to be wary of men. Meanwhile, in New York’s business circles, three men are also investing in the future: Victor Feldman (Alex Bisping), a stock market speculator, Charles Wilson (Frank Fontaine), a mine operator, and George Buchanan (Harry Standjofski), who works in the porcelain toilet trade. “It’s not the supply that matters,
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