Come What May (En mai fais ce qu'il te plaît)

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 (Le monde est à toi)

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 (La monde est à toi, 2018).

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Jour J (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, 2016) is 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 (La Belle et la bête)

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 (Le Jeu)

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

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Standing Tall (La tête haute)

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 (Journal d'une femme de chambre)

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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10 Jours en or

Feeling cynical? Perhaps Nicolas Brossette's 10 jours en or (2012) will soften your hardened heart.

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