Tag: paris

Cold War Review

A beautiful and bittersweet ballad of love during the Cold War

Rare early colour footage of Louise Brooks found by the BFI

Fragments of early Technicolor films have been found in the BFI National Film Archive, featuring appearances by Louise Brooks, Hedda Hopper and others.

The Legend of the Holy Drinker Review

A timeless gem led by a stellar performance from the inimitable Hauer

Une Bière Dans La Paris

Is there more to the city than wine now?

Bel Ami Review

Robert Pattinson glowers moodily through this English-language French period drama of dangerous liaisons.

Colombiana Review

It's a matter of style of substance as Olivier Megaton directs Zoe Saldana in Colombiana, reviewed here on Blu-ray.

Midnight in Paris Review

Owen Wilson meets some famous people from the 1920s in the latest film from Woody Allen...

Sarah's Key Review

Kristin Scott Thomas stars as a journalist who uncovers a horrifying story related to the Holocaust.

Friendly Fires - Pala

Jump back in the pool with an exuberant, euphoric return that's sure to burn bright this summer.

Gainsbourg Review

Comic book artist Joann Sfar ‘s unconventional biopic of the controversial 70s French singer-songwriter.

La Bohème Review

Anna Netrebko and Rolando Villazón star in Robert Dornhelm's 2008 film version of the classic Puccini opera, brought to Blu-ray by Axiom. Noel Megahey reviews.

Mesrine: Killer Instinct Review

Vincent Cassel stars in the first of a two-part action-triller biopic of France's most notorious criminal, Public Enemy No.1 in France and Canada in the 1970s.

The Vanishing Point Review

The unlikely subject of Art History makes for an intense thriller when a young researcher tries to uncover the mystery in an 18th Century painting by Watteau. Noel Megahey reviews.

35 Shots of Rum (35 rhums) Review

Claire Denis channels the spirit of Ozu in her latest film, just released theatrically in France. Noel Megahey pops over to check it out.

Paris Review

With a strong ensemble cast and the beautiful background of Paris, Cédric Kaplish attempts to find the heart and soul of the city through the trials and tribulations of a cross-section of its inhabitants. Noel Megahey reviews Optimum's UK DVD release.

Paris (R2) in February

Written and directed by Cédric Klapisch, this French drama starring Romain Duris and Juliette Binoche comes to UK DVD in February...

Flight of the Red Balloon Review

Hou Hsiao-hsien's 2007 remake is paired with Albert Lamorisse's 1956 classic French short film for its UK DVD release by Network. Noel Megahey looks at both and compares.