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ANDRE 2019
Merry Wives

Friday 8th March 2019
Runtime: 135 mins
Rating: 15A
Based on a book by controversial French novelist Christine Angot – Claire Denis’ co-writer on Let the Sunshine In – Corsini’s film begins in the 1950s, as office worker Rachel (Efira) falls for the dashing Philippe (Niels Schneider), a Nietzsche-reading sophisticate. They embark on a passionate relationship but he won’t share his life with her, and she raises their daughter Chantal alone. Years later, the darker side of Philippe’s nature emerges shockingly. Superbly performed and directed, this is a hugely impressive work by Corsini (Summertime, Leaving), its meticulous period recreation and potent feminist voice echoing the prime 1980s work of Diane Kurys. Efira – also in the LFF with Keep Going – is formidable, and Savages singer Jehnny Beth makes a striking appearance as the adult Chantal.
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Runtime: 113 mins
Rating: TBC
When Perrin Industries decides to shut down an automotive parts manufacturing plan in southwest France, their 1100 workers refuse to roll over. Having already made financial sacrifices for the promise of job security, and despite the company’s continuing profitability, the workers, led by spokesman and union representative Laurent Amédéo, fight back loudly against this brutal decision. AWARDS & FESTIVALS: Official Selection Cannes Film Festival 2018.
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Runtime: 128 mins
Rating: TBC
Carol Danvers becomes one of the universe's most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races.
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Runtime: 107 mins
Rating: TBC
Abandoned at birth, baby Theo’s uncertain future lies in the hands of the Child Welfare Services. Jean, who is no stranger to the foster system, is given the responsibility of temporarily looking after Theo, while the members of the Adoption Agency have the difficult task of finding him a home. Meanwhile Alice, unable to have children of her own, has never stopped fighting to be a mother. After facing many setbacks, Alice is finally ready to welcome a child, just when the Adoption Servicing is seeking a home for Theo. Thanks to the dedicated members of social services, the paths of Alice and Theo will cross, blending the journey of Jean and the rest of the team along the way.
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Runtime: 105 mins
Rating: TBC
Set in Angoulême, this is a delicate, and infectious comedy of a French provincial upper-middle class siblings. Lola (Ludivine Sagnier), a lawyer in her thirties, feeling stifled by life, has just met Zoher (Ramzy Bedia). Benoît (Jean-Paul Rouve), an optician in his forties and with a compulsive temper, is just about to marry for the third time and with it, is about to become a father, something he’s not quite ready for.
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