" what is in this moment at the cinema ? "That's a long time since we had not heard this merry old song. After more than three months of closure, the cinema was preparing to (finally !) to welcome back the spectators from the 22 June next. A date that has not failed to surprise the industry, who dared not hope for recovery until July, and even less on a Monday – the traditional day of release of new features being fixed on Wednesday.
The Federation nationale des cinemas français (FNCF) was not slow to rejoice in the surprise announcement of the Prime minister, Édouard Philippe : "After more than three months of closure of their meeting, the French will be able to find the happiness of the ultimate cinema experience on the big screen, and the cinemas have the pleasure of welcoming them again," said its president, Richard Patry.
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then there are the films whose release was scheduled for march 18, and that they preferred to wait the déconfinement rather than going out on the VOD platforms. And film history the critically acclaimed The Shadow of Stalin, of Agnieszka Holland, or the comedy Daughters of joy, by Frédéric Fonteyne, and Anne Paulicevich. Side animation, The Wild, happy distributor of Parasite, also chose June 22 to exit the south Korean film We dogs, of Sung-yoon Oh, and Lee Choon-baek, which was originally planned for the 8 April. Fans of horror will not be left with the horror film Alba Films, The Demon Inside, the story of a father who hired an exorcist to cure his son that he believed he possessed.
waiting for July
To the poster also, the superb Canción sin nombre, drama upsetting black-and-white of Melina León, presented at the Quinzaine des réalisateurs in Cannes, in 2019. The film tells about the fate of these poor women who, in the Peru of the 1980s, were welcomed into false clinics to give birth before being robbed of their children, which were the subject of an international traffic.
failing to discover Tenet, the new highly anticipated film from Christopher Nolan or Mulan, adaptation live of the famous Disney, which will arrive in the room until the 22nd of July, moviegoers will also be able to review classics, with the back room of the Elephant Man of David Lynch, or the red Lips of Harry Kümel, with Delphine Seyrig as countess Bathory...