Is seeing Paris again with Virginie Efira the best film of this season? – Cinema news

Is seeing Paris again with Virginie Efira the best film

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


1st: See Paris again – 4/5

“The director of “Proxima” grasps the era head on to paint a portrait of her city in the aftermath of the attacks. Two months after the verdicts of the trial of the attacks of November 13, “Revoir Paris” is the cathartic film that the capital was waiting for.” By Adrien Gombeaud (Les Echos)

“A champion of women “next door” (the mother-astronaut of “Proxima”, the patient of Professor Charcot of “Augustine”), the filmmaker combines her ethereal sensitivity with a very concrete, documented approach to her subjects and signs a tightrope walker film, with an unstable balance.” By Nicolas Schaller (L’Obs)

2nd tie: Rodeo – 3.6/5

“While in recent weeks, the subject of urban rodeos has been very much in the news, the film deserves our interest. (…) It’s bumpy, feverish, dangerous. But so alive! adrenaline replaces gasoline.” By OD (Le Figaro)

“The film, shot in the stomach, fires all kinds of wood and all genres (western, polar, fantastic…) and reveals in Lola Quivoron, who is making her first feature film, a sacred temperament for cinema.” By Jacques Mandelbaum (The World)

2nd tie: Everybody loves Joan – 3.6/5

“Constructed by judgment, by layers of key moments or anecdotal commas, Céline Devaux’s film goes back and forth between romantic comedy, nonsensical delirium, introspective drama, social radiography and even animation.” By Lelo Jimmy Batista (Liberation)

“Everybody loves Jeanne deals with the existential torments of a depressed forty-something with a mixture of humor and seriousness, of spleenetic mood and absurd and comical humor.” By Emily Barnett (Marie Claire)


1st: See Paris again – 4/5

“With “Revoir Paris”, Alice Winocour has made her most successful film, a remarkably staged film, very well documented, moving and fascinating from start to finish. Virginie Efira masterfully interprets the role of Mia, perhaps her finest role in an already very rich career.” By velocio

“The film reflects well the work of moral reconstruction of these victims. It is very well done without excessive pathos but the emotion is palpable throughout this absolutely remarkable film.” By Coric Bernard

2nd: The visitor from the future – 3.9/5

“For those who have never seen the web series, everything is introduced in a super clean way, with zero heaviness, you are welcome to discover these awesome characters! For the fans of the 1st hour, know that they take into account everything brilliantly (…) By Francois L

“A little pearl made in France with superb production and humor straight from the future! ;-)” By Linou M

3rd: The Tiger and the President – 3.8/5

“Nice success for a 1st feature film with some nice directorial finds to tell us the story of this forgotten president and the confrontations with his great adversary, Clémenceau.” By sydney

“A surprising film combining humor and history! Guided by a duo of actors at the top of their game: Dussollier and Gamblin take as much pleasure in acting as they give us in watching them.” By sydney

* According to the ratings of the AlloCiné barometer, as of Friday September 9, 2022, for films released in theaters on September 7 with at least 10 reviews for the top press and 50 ratings for the top viewers. These two tops do not include films already released once or several times in France.

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