An off duty police begins to suspect a local man for having had an affair with his recently dead wife. Gradually his obsession for finding out the truth accumulates and inevitably begins to endanger himself and his loved ones.
Richard, a secondary school teacher in his 30’s, just moved from the countryside to East London. Quickly, he faces the violent gentrification occurring in the trendy areas of London. His unclear past combined with his growing psychiatric instability make him an easy target for all communities and he experiences rejection and humiliation. It doesn’t take long for his darkest impulses to unleash, turning him into an uncontrollable murderer…
Depuis la fermeture de la frontière entre la France et l’Italie en 2015, la vallée de la Roya est devenue le symbole de l’insoumission. Les migrants bloqués à Vintimille continuent de passer en déjouant barrages et contrôles, aidés par certains habitants de la vallée. Dans cette enclave où des migrants espèrent atteindre un avenir meilleur, la solidarité des habitants est devenue un acte de résistance.
The untold story of a French Jewish former spy, Marthe Cohn – aka Chichinette. After keeping silent for almost 60 years, she shares her extraordinary story of a 4.5 feet high woman who managed to beat the odds and fight the Nazis as a spy. At the age of 98, she now tours the world, promoting her message to people of all generations.
Made in 1944 to aid the war effort, “Bon Voyage” and “Aventure Malgache” are absorbing dramas of wartime espionage and murder. Directed by cinema genius Alfred Hitchcock, they were labeled “inflammatory” British government officials and shelved in order to be forgotten. But here they are!
Made in French with French actors exiled in Great Britain, this duo of propaganda films is a piece of History.