French films galore
Parlez vous francais?
No? Doesn't matter. Now's the best time to get your culture and romance fix from French cinema.
French films will be screened at GSC International Screens (Pavilion, 1 Utama and Mid Valley) until June 3.
The movies include:
Intouchables (Intouchables), the wild success by the famous Eric Tolédano and Olivier Nakache based on a true story that has sold 18 million tickets in France.
Le Père De Mes Enfants (Father of My Children), a personal trajectory of a man having to struggle to keep his life together after falling from the top to rock bottom.
Liberté (Korkoro), a moving drama by Tony Gatlif telling the story of gypsies during the Second World War,
Les Femmes du 6 eme étage (Service Entrance), a comedy from Philippe Le Guay about joyful spanish maids serving in conservatives French families in the sixties.
Les Emotifs Anonymes (Romantics Anonymous), a comedy from Jean-Pierre Améris mixing love and chocolate between two very emotional people.
An animated feature film, Une Vie De Chat (A Cat In Paris) which was an Oscars 2012 nominee is on the list.
Tickets for the movies are priced according to regular cinema pricing and will be shown with English subtitles. For other information of the festival, please go here.
This is part of the French Art and Film Festival which kicked of recently with champagne, distinguished gentleman and high-heeled ladies all ready to savour the culture that only the French offer.
C'est La Vie!
Published May 27 2012