All the week’s video-on-demand releases.
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Anne Fontaine directs Jean Dujardin and Grégory Gadebois in an astonishing political film. Any resemblance to existing characters is anything but fortuitous: A former President, Nicolas will find in Corrèze his successor, François, also withdrawn from political life, to convince him to team up with him and beat Emmanuel in the next elections. A poetic-burlesque comedy.
Catherine Frot is the earthen pot opposite Vincent Dedienne in an iron pot. But a trio comes to save the day: the rapper Omerta, Marie Petiot and Fatsah Bouyahmed who, in the roles of the three broken arms – recalling the heroes of The part of the angels de Loach – bring a playful charm to this classic tale of small business versus industrial giant.
The adorable mischievous little rodent created by Beatrix Potter is back and this time faces an evil London publisher who wants to betray the friendly Bea-inspired graphic novels to boost sales. Even if the second degree is missing, the small troop led by Rose Byrne, Domhnall Gleeson and David Oyelowo will succeed in charming the whole family.
A French werewolf film. A true story of genre assumed with the pleasing singularity. a Teen wolf in the Pyrenees, boosted by the devastating performance of Anthony Bajon, ball of energy and hallucinating intensity, who carries the film of his monster humanity.
A pure family farce which has enough to give you enough, with its “body swap” style pitch in the vein of Freaky Friday. A very effective comedy carried by the duo Alexandra Lamy / Franck Dubosc, with overflowing alchemy.
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