Carbon

French police authorities described it as "the heist of the century". Ex-cop turned crime thriller specialist Olivier Marchal takes on the true story of the Carbon Connection scandal in Carbon (Carbone, 2017).

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Come What May

From the director of the inspiring Oscar nominated Joyeux Noel, comes another untold war story, which draws upon actual memories of Christian Carion's own mother's biographical experiences.

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The World is Yours

Netflix has stepped up their French film game with a new snappy group action comedy, served straight up with a twist: The World is Yours (Le monde est à toi, 2018).

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Wedding Unplanned

Sometimes you just need a classic situational comedy to lift your spirits and tickle your funny bone.

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Un + Une

A picturesque and exotic romance took hold of us this week starring one of France's most dashing heroes, Jean Dujardin. 

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A Mighty Team

A Mighty Team (La dream team, 2016is the type of feel good movie that can melt the hardest of hearts, but doesn't overwhelm you with "the mushy stuff".

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Beauty and the Beast

You can never have too many cinematic depictions of the beloved French tale, Beauty and the Beast (La Belle et La Bête, 2014).

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Nothing to Hide

Do you have something to hide on that mobile device you're glued to? These people do.

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Standing Tall

A brave and daring story of painful childhood and abandonment, but also of complicated parenthood graced our screens on Netflix this week.

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Diary of a Chambermaid

That was a spooky week! Time to dial it back this evening with the intriguingly beautiful period drama, Diary of a Chambermaid (Journal d'une femme de chambre, 2015). Lea Seydoux is enchanting as the embittered Célestine, a young chambermaid sent to work for the wealthy Lanlaire couple in Normandy.

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