The cinema releases of March 2: The Batman, Robuste, Come and take you away… – Actus Ciné

The cinema releases of march 2: the batman, robuste, come and take you away... - actus ciné

Shooting anecdotes, notes of intent, information for film lovers: every week, discover behind the scenes of cinema releases.

The Batman by Matt Reeves

With Robert Pattinson, Zoe Kravitz, Paul Dano…

What is it about ? When a killer preys on Gotham’s elite through a series of sadistic machinations, a trail of cryptic clues sends Bruce Wayne aka Batman on an investigation into the underworld, where he encounters figures such as Selina Kyle aka Catwoman, Oswald Cobblepot, aka the Penguin, Carmine Falcone and Edward Nashton, aka the Riddler.

Did you know ? After Adam West, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, George Clooney, Christian Bale and Ben Affleck, Robert Pattinson is the seventh actor to play Batman in the flesh on the big screen.

Come, I’ll take you by Alain Guiraudie

With Jean-Charles Clichet, Noémie Lvovsky, Iliès Kadri…

What is it about ? In Clermont-Ferrand, Médéric falls in love with Isadora, a 50-year-old prostitute, but she is married. While the city center is the scene of a terrorist attack, Selim, a young homeless man takes refuge in Médéric’s building, causing collective paranoia.

Did you know ? Come and take you takes place in Clermont-Ferrand, qualified by Alain Guiraudie as a city “black and warm”. In his eyes, it represents a profound and historic France. “Visually, in addition to its darkness, the city offers perspectives on the surrounding plateaus and mountains, it is a city in the countryside”.

Don’t Give a Fuck by Emmanuel Marre, Julie Lecoustre

With Alexandre Perrier, Adele Exarchopoulos, Mara Taquin…

What is it about ? Cassandre, 26, is a flight attendant in a low-cost company. Living from day to day, she connects flights and parties without a future, faithful to her Tinder nickname “Carpe Diem”. As the pressure from her company increases, Cassandra ends up losing her footing.

Did you know ? Initially, Emmanuel Marre and Julie Lecoustre wanted to entrust the role of Cassandre to a real air hostess (the filmmakers also financed the film like this): “But I still had Adele in the back of my mind, and when we decided to meet her, we felt from the first meeting that something resonated with her.”

Ali & Ava by Clio Barnard

With Adeel Akhtar, Claire Rushbrook, Ellora Torchia…

What is it about ? Ali and Ava had no reason to meet. Hurt by life, it is their common affection for Sofia, a young girl for whom Ava is the school assistant that makes them cross paths. From there will be born a deep bond beyond social and cultural differences.

Did you know ? Ali & Ava is inspired by two people Clio Barnard met while making her films, The Arbor and The Selfish Giant. On the first, she worked with Moey Hassan, an actor, DJ, and landlord in Bradford, and on the second, she rubbed shoulders with Rio, a mother and teaching assistant.

Robust by Constance Meyer

With Gerard Depardieu, Deborah Lukumuena, Lucas Mortier…

What is it about ? When his right arm and only companion has to be absent for several weeks, Georges, an aging movie star, is assigned a replacement, Aïssa. Between the disillusioned actor and the young security guard, a unique bond will be forged.

Did you know ? Constance Meyer and Gérard Depardieu know each other well since the actor starred in the director’s three short films, but also in L’Autre Dumas and Bellamy on which she worked as assistant director.

Up there perched by Raphaël Mathié

What is it about ? Perched in a hamlet in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, Mich, Coco, Christiane, François and the others resist as best they can the passage of time, loneliness and the misfortunes of life. When an old meteorite story resurfaces.

Did you know ? It was through his ex-girlfriend that the director discovered the village of Chasteuil. While he was there to write, he met a villager who said to him: “No need to write, just open your eyes wide. Here we make movies every day and it’s been going on for forty years”. Raphaël Mathié remembers: “I had been waiting for such a click for ten years. »

Belfast by Kenneth Branagh

With Caitriona Balfe, Jamie Dornan, Jude Hill…

What is it about ? Chronicles the life of a little Irish boy and his working-class family amid the riots of the late 1960s.

Did you know ? Kenneth Branagh describes Belfast as his most personal film. It took him 50 years to figure out how to tell about his childhood and the tumultuous times that Belfast was going through at that time.

Vincennes Gate by Claude Chamis

With Arthur Molinier, Pablo Alarson, Laura Ketels…

What is it about ? After the attacks in Paris in 2015, Raphaël Mehlman became aware of his Jewishness. His brother, the writer Joël Mehlman, develops a novel then loses himself between his characters and reality, thus mixing his fiction and his own life.

Did you know ? “Porte de Vincennes does not deal directly with the attacks that hit Paris in 2015 but talks about them in a transversal way to get back to the essentials: the human being taken in his complexity. We have not made any judgment of any order whatsoever. either on these tragic events. Our desire was to show the shock wave caused by terrorism within a small community of young Jews “says the director.

Down In Paris by Antony Hickling

With Antony Hickling, Jean-Christophe Bouvet, Dominique Frot…

What is it about ? Richard, a filmmaker in his forties, won over by an unexplained anxiety attack, drops his filming in progress and indulges in a stroll through nocturnal Paris.

Did you know ? “I’m Parisian but of English origin, and I’ve wanted to show Paris through my eyes for a while”, explains the director. Filming took place during the second lockdown: “It was a truly unique experience: sometimes we felt like we had the city to ourselves!”

Kombinat of Gabriel Tejedor

What is it about ? A documentary immersion in the daily life of the workers of the largest Russian steelworks.

Did you know ? After having traveled many times in Russia or in the former Soviet republics, Gabriel Tejedor went to Magnitogorsk, intrigued by the description given by his guide: “An industrial city that could be a setting for the movie Mad Max”. It was marked by the difficult living conditions of the inhabitants evolving in a hostile environment.

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