Cinema releases on August 18: Baby Boss 2, Bac Nord, Les Fantasmes … – Actus Ciné

Cinema releases on august 18: baby boss 2, bac nord, les fantasmes... - actus ciné

Anecdotes of the shooting, notes of intention, information for film enthusiasts: every week, take a look behind the scenes of cinema outings.

Boss Baby 2: A Family Affair by Tom McGrath

With Alec Baldwin, James Marsden, Amy Sedaris …

What is it about ? The Templeton brothers are now adults and have lost sight of each other. While Tim is a stay-at-home dad, Ted is the boss of a hedge fund. But a new Baby Boss with a strong character is about to re-bond between the two brothers …

Did you know ? The release of Baby Boss 2: A Family Affair has been postponed several times due to the pandemic. Then, initially set for October 13, 2021 in France, it was finally brought forward to August 11. In the United States, the film was also brought forward from September 17, 2021 to July 2, when it was seen in theaters and on Peacock TV for premium streaming.

Cédric Jimenez’s North ferry

With Gilles Lellouche, Karim Leklou, François Civil …

What is it about ? 2012. The northern districts of Marseille hold a sad record: the area with the highest crime rate in France. Pushed by its hierarchy, the North BAC, a field brigade, constantly seeks to improve its results.

Did you know ? Bac Nord is inspired by a real case of corruption within the police in Marseille. In 2012, eighteen members of the city’s anti-crime squad were taken to prison for drug trafficking and racketeering.

The Fantasies of Stéphane Foenkinos, David Foenkinos

With Karin Viard, Jean-Paul Rouve, Ramzy Bedia …

What is it about ? Faced with their fantasies, six couples try to explore the hidden sides of their intimate life. Six questions on access to pleasure.

Did you know ? Les Fantasmes is inspired by If You Love Me… an Australian film by Josh Lawson released in 2014. The producers Eric and Nicolas Altmayer proposed the project to Stéphane and David Foenkinos.

Be careful at the start! by Benjamin Euvrard

With André Dussollier, Jérôme Commandeur, Jonathan Lambert …

What is it about ? Missing the train is ugly. So seeing him leave with your children and those of your friends for whom you are responsible is another story …

Did you know ? Ingrid Morley-Pegge, Benjamin Dumont, Charly de Witte and Benjamin Euvrard form a collective of four authors, “Les Neveux à la Reine d’Angleterre”. One day, the first heard of colony monitors who had let children go on the train without them. The SNCF had been warned and of course recovered them.

Louloute by Hubert Viel

With Alice Henri, Laure Calamy, Bruno Clairefond …

What is it about ? 1980s, Normandy. Between the cows, the Club Do ‘and the big woolen sweaters, Louloute dreams, falls in love and quarrels with those close to her. As the family farm goes into debt, her life will change forever.

Did you know ? Nourished by Greek or Shakespearean tragedies as well as by Carl Jung, Erich Fromm or Bachelard for their analyzes of symbols, Hubert Viel wrote Louloute wishing to create a point of junction between tale and naturalism.

Drive My Car by Ryusuke Hamaguchi

With Hidetoshi Nishijima, Toko Miura, Masaki Okada …

What is it about ? While he still cannot recover from a personal drama, an actor and theater director agrees to stage Uncle Vanya in a festival in Hiroshima. There he meets a reserved young woman who has been assigned to him as a driver.

Did you know ? Ryûsuke Hamaguchi adapts a short story by Haruki Murakami, taken from a collection of seven, entitled Des Hommes sans femmes. The director was won over by the two main characters, whom he describes as “intriguing”, and the setting, that is to say a car.

Summer White by Rodrigo Ruiz Patterson

With Adrián Rossi, Sophie Alexander-Katz, Fabián Corres …

What is it about ? Rodrigo, a lonely teenager, has a strong relationship with his mother. Things change when she invites her new boyfriend to come and live in their home on the outskirts of Mexico City.

Did you know ? Summer White is a late childhood movie. “Infancia” in Spanish etymologically means “the impossibility of speaking”. This is what the young hero of the feature film faces: the difficulty in communicating feelings he is experiencing for the first time and over which he has no control.

The Chessboard of the Wind by Mohammad Reza Aslani

With Fakhri Khorvash, Mohamad Ali Keshavarz, Akbar Zanjanpour …

What is it about ? Following the death of his wife, Haji Amou, a traditionalist, patriarchal and corrupt trader, plans to get rid of his stepdaughter, Petite Dame, the titular heir to the fortune and the beautiful luxurious house in which they live.

Related Posts

error: Content is protected !!