Les Derniers jours du monde

Robinson, appropriately named as we will soon discover, is on vacation in Biarritz with his wife. What follows is the story behind the loss of his arm, a story that becomes increasingly bizarre and eventually apocalyptic, leading us down a narrative path of labyrinthine complexity. The resulting film is an extraordinary feat of imagination and daring, set against the backdrop of a world on the verge of destruction. Alors que s’annonce la fin du monde, Robinson Laborde se remet peu à peu de l’échec d’une aventure sentimentale pour laquelle il s’était décidé à quitter sa femme. Malgré l’imminence du désastre, et peut-être pour mieux y faire face, il s’élance dans une véritable odyssée amoureuse qui l’entraîne sur les routes de France et d’Espagne.

Marguerite

Not far outside Paris, at the beginning of the Roaring 20s, Marguerite lives in a sumptuous mansion, spending much of her time singing famous opera arias dressed in elaborate theatrical costumes. Marguerite sings whole-heartedly, bearing her soul, but is also terribly, and comically, out of tune. When a young, provocative journalist writes a rave review of her latest private recital, Marguerite’s delusion that she’s a talented diva continues to grow. She finds her intricate fantasy of artistic accomplishment enabled by Madelbos (Denis Mpunga), a butler with his own aesthetic strivings, as well as her audience who encourage her to perform purely for their own amusement.

Haute Cuisine

The story of Danièle Delpeuch and how she was appointed as the private chef for François Mitterrand.