To help you make your choices, here are the 3 best rated films of the week by the press on AlloCiné!
1ST: NURSERY – 3.8 / 5
“The young novice is confronted, in the midst of all these young mothers in spite of themselves, and their children, with the heartbreaking renunciation of motherhood. Maura Delpero illuminates this choice with a lot of grace, delicacy and gentleness.” By Nathalie Chifflet (Le Dauphiné Libéré)
“Never filming any man and only bellies swollen as if by a miracle, Maura Delpero creates a strange filial sensuality which never stops deporting and blooming from body to body, too powerful not to always cross the line.” By Laura Tuillier (Liberation)
All about Maternal
2ND: LUPINE III: THE FIRST – 3.7 / 5
“Very young spectators will find it difficult to follow (the shadow of Hitler hangs over the plot) but from the age of 7, it is the assurance of a great spectacle, damn entertaining. And a real curiosity for the taller.” By Christophe Caron (La Voix du Nord)
“Cocktail of gags and chases,” Lupine III “mixes the most heterogeneous influences. Inspired by a French hero, this Japanese Lupine resembles cheese yakitoris, both improbable and addicting.” By Adrien Gombeaud (Les Echos)
Everything about Lupine III: The First
3RD: WAITING FOR THE CARNIVAL – 3.5 / 5
“As long as we need to be crazy, it’s because the world will not have completely lost the ball, reassures us Marcelo Gomes. But can we only live while waiting for the carnival? A great film on the happiness, finally. ” By Frédéric Strauss (Télérama)
“The precision of the frames accounts for the repetition of workers’ gestures, the sound composition weaves a shocked hymn.” By Claire Allouche (Cahiers du Cinéma)
All about Waiting for Carnival
* According to the press notes from the AlloCiné barometer, as of Friday October 9, 2020, and for films released on October 7 with at least 10 reviews.