Muriel (Marina Foïs) and Philippe (Lorànt Deutsch) work for an intelligence agency and form an unlikely pair of lovers. Their latest assignment is to find a memory stick supposedly hidden by Constance (Jeanne Balibar), widow of a recently murdered uranium trafficker. This strangely naïve woman will lead the couple to an opera singing class where they run into other spies with bewitching voices. In this urban comedy, everyone finally gets to sing, bodies intermingle and wit prevails.MOVIE TRAILER (in French)
No girlfriend, no job, no home…Valentin (Marc Lavoine) has lost everything, except his dark sense of humour. The young man is squatting in his uncle’s empty apartment in a chic district of Paris. Hélène (Carole Bouquet), a strong, independent young woman, is living with her son Jeremy in the apartment next door. She’s a successful writer denouncing social inequality and prejudices. But reality may not lie in books.
Both Helene and Valentin will have to see beyond the appearances, as they might have more in common than just a doorstep. Humour and tenderness mingle in this bittersweet romantic comedy.MOVIE TRAILER (in French)
When their last child leaves home, a middle-aged couple suddenly finds itself alone for the first time in years. While the husband, Leonardo (Oscar Martinez), tackles the empty-nest syndrome with vivid fantasies, his wife, Martha (Cecilia Roth), throws herself into a whirlwind of activities.MOVIE TRAILER (in French)
Because he had published the twelve Danish cartoons that had triggered the wrath of Muslims worldwide, Philippe Val, the editor of Charlie Hebdo, a French satirical newspaper, was cited to court by the Great Mosque of Paris, the World Muslim League and the Union of Islamic Organizations of France. Daniel Leconte has been covering this extraordinary trial in real time, aiming at deciphering the international political, ideological and media-related stakes with the key participants. The film features lawyers, witnesses, the media, editorial conferences, demonstrations of support... as well as the stances of intellectuals and politicians, the reactions of the prosecutors and of Muslim countries... A reflection on Islam, on the press, on the state of the public opinion in French society, but also an endeavor to answer the challenges that fundamentalism poses to all democracies.MOVIE TRAILER (in French)
Marianne (Aure Atika), a young woman with a bright future, is tired of seeing her career stall because she has to take care of all the chores on top of her job. She adopts some fairly radical methods to force her husband Bruno (Antoine de Caunes), a financial wheeler and dealer, to do his share of their daily tasks.
Parity rather than disparity, 48 Hours a Day is a comedy on the fate of Women today who continually juggle with their jobs, husbands, children and domestic lives.MOVIE TRAILER (in French)