The cinema releases of November 1 and 2: Amsterdam, X, You will not have my hatred…


The cinema releases of November 1 and 2: Amsterdam, X, You will not have my hatred…
Written by madishthestylebar

Shooting anecdotes, notes of intent, information for film lovers: every week, discover behind the scenes of cinema releases.

Amsterdam by David O. Russell

Starring Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington…

What is it about ? The story of three close friends who find themselves at the center of one of the most secret and shocking plots in American history.

Did you know ? Amsterdam marks Christian Bale’s third collaboration with David O. Russell, after American Bluff and Fighter, which won him the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in 2011. Robert De Niro is reuniting with the director for the fourth time after Joy, American Bluff and Happiness Therapy.

Masquerade by Nicolas Bedos

With Pierre Niney, Isabelle Adjani, François Cluzet…

What is it about ? When a young gigolo falls under the spell of a sublime hustler, it’s the start of a Machiavellian plan under the scorching sun of the Côte d’Azur. Are the two lovers ready to do anything to afford a dream life, even if it means sacrificing that of a former glory of cinema and a real estate agent?

Did you know ? Masquerade is adapted from a book that Nicolas Bedos tried to write for a year and which recounted in a very romantic way a period of his life, around the age of 23, when he “was drowning in idleness and other people’s money” (in his own words). The director explains:

“I say it without coquetry: I am a failed novelist. Because I get lost in digressions, I get stuck for weeks on stylistic retouching and I lose the main plot. This is Doria [Tillier]my girlfriend at the time, who one evening said to me: “stop, make a film of it”.

Close by Lukas Dhont

With Eden Dabrine, Gustav De Waele, Emilie Dequenne…

What is it about ? Léo and Rémi, 13 years old, have always been friends. Until an unthinkable event separates them. Léo then approaches Sophie, Rémi’s mother, to try to understand…

Did you know ? Close is the second feature film by Lukas Dhont, who made a name for himself with Girl in 2018. Hailed by critics, the film won the Camera d’Or and the Un Certain Regard interpretation prize at the Cannes Film Festival and had been nominated for the Golden Globes. After promoting Girl around the world for a year and a half, tackling a new project has not been easy for the director.

You will not have my hatred of Kilian Riedhof

With Pierre Deladonchamps, Camélia Jordana, Thomas Mustin…

What is it about ? How do you overcome a tragedy without sinking into hatred and despair? The true story of Antoine Leiris, who lost Hélène, his beloved wife, during the attacks on the Bataclan in Paris, shows us a possible path: to the hatred of terrorists, Antoine opposes the love he has for his young son and his missing wife.

Did you know ? You will not have my hatred is taken from the book of the same name by journalist Antoine Leiris published in 2016. The latter wrote it after the death of his wife Hélène Muyal-Leiris on November 13, 2015 during the Bataclan attack. in Paris. Originally, You will not have my hatred is the title of an open letter he published on Facebook in the aftermath of the attack.

X by Ti West

Starring Mia Goth, Jenna Ortega, Brittany Snow…

What is it about ? At the end of the 1970s, a film crew took over an isolated house in the depths of Texas to make an X movie. At nightfall, the owners of the premises surprised the amateur filmmakers in the act. The filming suddenly turns into a nightmare.

Did you know ? Like The House of the Devil, a horror film he directed in 2006 and which is very marked by the aesthetics of the 80s, Ti West immerses us with X in the rural America of the 70s, inspired by low-budget horror films of the 70s and 80s. “When I look at films from the 1970s, it’s obvious that they were made by people who loved cinema as an art — and I miss that era.”

Jacky Caillou by Lucas Delangle

With Thomas Parigi, Edwige Blondiau, Lou Lampros…

What is it about ? A mountain village. High in the Alps. Jacky Caillou lives with her grandmother, Gisèle, a recognized magnet healer. As Gisèle begins to transmit her gift to him, a young woman arrives from town to consult. A strange stain spreads over his body.

Did you know ? Lucas Delangle was born in a small village in Sarthe, where there were many magnetizers and where his father was a general practitioner. The director recalls: “He knew a lot of magnetizers. He was very Cartesian and didn’t believe in it at all.”

“When I was a child, he told me their stories. I was very bored in this bled, small, and these stories fascinated me, as if something extraordinary or magical could happen. I got there interested and I started meeting people, not knowing that I was going to make a film.”

Comedy Queen by Sanna Lenken

With Sigrid Johnson, Frida Beckman, Oscar Toringe…

What is it about ? In life, there are two categories of people: those who are naturally funny and those who can learn to become one… Sasha, 13, belongs to the second category. In order not to look like her mother who was always sad, she decides to become a queen of stand-up and make her father laugh again!

Did you know ? Comedy Queen is adapted from the novel The Queen of Comedy by Jenny Jägerfeld, a Swedish children’s author. She is a psychologist by training and has also studied philosophy and sexology. In 2010, she was awarded for Här ligger jag och blöder (Strong to restless mother) by the Augustpriset in the category children and youth. Strong to Restless Mother is her first novel translated into French.

A dress for Mrs. Harris by Anthony Fabian

With Lesley Manville, Isabelle Huppert, Lambert Wilson…

What is it about ? In post-war London, Ada Harris earns her living by cleaning and leads a very solitary life since the death of her husband Eddie. Ada is however not the style to complain about, and yet, is suddenly overwhelmed by a wave of dreams when she discovers a magnificent dress signed DIOR.

Did you know ? A Dress for Mrs Harris is adapted from Paul Gallico’s novel, Mrs. ‘Arris Goes to Paris, first published in 1958. This is the first of four books dedicated to the adventures of this conscientious housekeeper who will have the adventure of a lifetime by going to Paris in search of a Christian Dior dress.

Throughout the fitting process, Anthony Fabian made it clear why Mrs Harris was obsessed with buying a Dior dress: “The book contains the structure of the story but not its flesh. You never know why she wants this dress so much, and it seems like a rather superficial fad.”

Wild Connection by Vincent Rannou

With Vincent Rannou, Jessy Cottineau…

What is it about ? In the heart of Brittany, a passionate photographer invites us to discover his universe on his lands in Morbihan. After several years in deep connection with nature, he decides to share his secrets, by immersing us with him, in a wild immersion.

Harka by Lotfy Nathan

With Adam Bessa, Salima Maatoug, Ikbal Harbi…

What is it about ? Ali, a young Tunisian dreaming of a better life, leads a solitary existence, selling contraband gasoline on the black market. When his father dies, he must take care of his two younger sisters, left to their own devices in a house from which they will soon be expelled.

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