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‘Latifa: A Fighting Heart’ (‘Latifa, le coeur au combat’): Film Review

French documentary reportage 'Latifa: A Fighting Heart,' by Olivier Peyon and Cyril Brody, provides a striking portrait of a grieving mother turned anti-jihadi campaigner.

‘Money’: Film Review

Writer-director Gela Balbuani ('13 Tzameti') returns to his favored noir territory in 'Money,' a French-language heist thriller starring Vincent Rottiers, George Babluani and Charlotte Van Bervesseles.

‘We Blew It’: Film Review | Deauville 2017

French film critic Jean-Baptiste Thoret directed the debate-doc 'We Blew It,' about America's most divisive decade.

‘Stalin’s Couch’ (‘Le Divan de Staline’): Film Review

Gerard Depardieu and Emmanuelle Seigner star in actress-turned-director Fanny Ardant's third bid for directorial credibility, 'Stalin's Couch.'

‘A Bun in the Oven’ (‘Le Petit Locataire’): Film Review

Comedy star Karin Viard ('The Belier Family') headlines writer-director Nadege Loiseau's debut feature about a 49-year-old mother-to-be.

‘The History of Love’: Film Review

Radu Mihaileanu takes on Nicole Krauss' best-seller 'The History of Love,' about star-crossed lovers in a saga that travels from a Polish shtetl to New York's Jewish community.

‘Mad Love’ (‘Fou d’amour’): Film Review

Arthouse director Philippe Ramos blends genres in a dark-tinged comedy.

‘The Student and Mister Henri’ (‘L’Etudiante et Monsieur Henri’): Film Review

Writer-director Ivan Calberac directs veteran Claude Brasseur in plodding adaptation of stage comedy hit.

‘Solace’: Film Review

Star turns by Anthony Hopkins and Colin Farrell as psychic adversaries boost box office prospects for this neo-noir thriller that's been 15 years in the making.

‘Chubby’ (‘Bouboule’): Film Review

First-timer Bruno Deville draws on childhood experience of obesity to draw a full-frontal portrayal of a worldwide health hazard

‘What’s Your Job, Daddy?’ (‘Fils de’): Film Review

Veteran porn actor-director HPG mixes genres in "autofiction" attempting to reconcile the conflicting demands of paternity and the X-rated industry.

A Trip (Un Voyage): Film Review

Samuel Benchetrit and Anna Mouglalis, the team behind Sundance prizewinner "I Always Wanted to Be a Gangster," tackle assisted suicide in this low-budget French drama.