Mary Poppins Returns
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Our Day Will Come escalates to a violent rampage as essentially unpleasant and nonsensical as its characters.
Both Cassel and Barthelemy shift from stone-faced sociopaths to wounded and vulnerable lambs before that naked exposure increases the murderous fury.
...regardless of whether or not you like it, it's hard not to consider the film to be a vital, bold work of an emerging artist that is truly unlike anything else we saw at the festival (or, for that matter, anywhere else).
The degree to which Our Day Will Come consequently fizzles out is rather astonishing...
exeis thn aisthhsh oti o Gavras, opws kai oi hrwes toy, prwta bghke sto dromo kai meta brhke thn oytopikh kokkinokorfh Irlandia toy gia kateythynsh
All sensation without revelation, the film has ambitions but they end up as hollow pretensions.
An oddly memorable film, but not one you really want to recall.
Cassel is arguably the poster boy for this kind of confrontational cinema, but it's a road movie that runs out of road - and out of ideas.
With a maniacal intensity and terrific performances from its two leads, this is a delightfully unhinged, increasingly unpredictable drama-slash-road movie that's easily one of the strangest films you'll see all year.
Truly transportive filmmaking, a window into a world only one degree off from our own, laden with absurdist charms and about as hypnotic and brash as a klaxon.
Tired of being the butt of society's jokes, two redheads set off on a nihilistic rampage across the grim landscape of Northern France. They plan to catch the ferry to Ireland where they believe everyone is of ginger persuasion. As a resident of Ireland I can tell you they'd be seriously disappointed. Vincent Cassell is fantastic as the elder of the pair and the film's first half is thoroughly gripping. As is so often the case with this type of tale it meanders into violence in the final act.
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