Calamity, a childhood of Martha Jane Cannary best film of the week according to the press

Calamity, a childhood of Martha Jane Cannary best film of the week according to the press

To help you make your choices, here are the 3 best rated films of the week by the press on AlloCiné!

1ST: CALAMITY, A CHILDHOOD OF MARTHA JANE CANNARY – 4.1 / 5

“Full of sumptuous colors and grandiose landscapes, the new animated film by French director Rémi Chayé depicts the fantasized childhood of one of the most famous figures of 19th century America.” By Sandra Onana (Liberation)

“A desire to deconstruct stereotypes which also involves re-reading the mythology of Calamity Jane, inscribed in Western legend as a woman posing as a man.” By Alex Masson (CinemaTeaser)

All about Calamity, a childhood of Martha Jane Cannary

2ND: DRUNK – 3.9 / 5

“From this extravagant premise, Thomas Vinterberg signs the heartbreaking portrait of four men overwhelmed by the wounds that hide behind their monotony. Imperial Mads Mikkelsen.” By Christophe Caron (La Voix du Nord)

“If it takes a little time for Thomas Vinterberg to set up his alcoholic experiment, this last one ends up winning it in a whirlwind of humanity and cinema which leaves the spectator reeling and satisfied.” By Simon Riaux (Large Screen)

Everything about Drunk

3RD: PARIS CALLIGRAMMES – 3.7 / 5

“” Paris Calligrammes “is a successful interweaving of past and present, of the personal and the universal, of the infinitely large and the infinitely small. A documentary, much more singular than it seems – under its classic false tunes. ” By Xanaé Bove (Culturopoing.com)

“We can therefore initially be surprised by the rather wise writing of this archive collage resuscitating the Paris of its youth […]. But the beauty of the film lies in its almost didactic aspect. […] “Paris Calligrammes” is a beautiful training novel. “By Jean-Marc Lalanne (Les Inrockuptibles)

All about Paris Calligrammes

* According to press notes from the AlloCiné barometer, as of Friday October 16, 2020, and for films released on October 14 with at least 10 reviews.

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