This delightful update of Marivaux’s 17th century comedy of manners will have a limited theatrical engagement in the U.S. on Bastille Day.
‘The Tunnel’s’ second season presses the limits of suspension of disbelief, but is still good television thanks to powerhouse performances and strong production values.
A delightful musical romance that doesn’t live up to its predecessor, but is pleasing in its own right and looks wonderful in this 2011 restoration.
This 2016 Cannes Grande Prix winner is a taut melodrama wonderfully shot and cast with heavyweight French actors.
The 2013 Agnès Varda and Mathieu Demy restoration of this Jacques Demy classic finally sees a U.S. release in this feature-rich Criterion Collection edition.
Netflix scores another hit with this binge-worthy, taut crime drama out of Belgium.
The A-List cast can’t rescue this wayward French comedy.
An inconsistent crime drama/romance from Maurice Pialat hindered by misogyny, but bolstered by strong performances and its gritty atmosphere.
Thomas Bidegain (‘A Prophet’) submits a powerful directorial debut with this gripping and poignant journey of suspicion, paranoia, and despair.
Director Benoît Jacquot returns to the scandalous 1900 novel for this third film adaptation, but finds little inspiration where both Jean Renoir and Luis Buñuel found plenty.