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This is the story of a man, Alexandre Beck. His wife is murdered, and, 8 years later, he is still unable to move on from his loss. One day, he receives an email containing a hyperlink, and when he clicks on it a video pops up. It’s his wife, seemingly still alive. This launches a complicated murder-mystery with overtones of The Fugitive; the police suspect him of the murder of his wife, and, when the case is reopened, they’re after him once again. (more…)

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Il y a longtemps que je t’aime (I’ve Loved You So Long), written and directed by Philippe Claudel, is a beautiful movie. I want to start by saying that above all else.

It is the story of Juliette Fontaine, who has just been released from prison. She goes to live with her sister Lea and Lea’s family and tries to rebuild her life. We find out fairly early on what it is that she did that got her put in prison, but the lingering question is ‘why’.

Very simple, on the face of it. But it has a depth that makes it a work of art. (more…)

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