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    Exclusive Cahiers du Cinema Reviews in English: Serge Bozon on 'Land of Madness'

    Luc Moullet's film is a comedic look at a primitive form of madness, says Cahiers critic Serge Bozon.

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    Exclusive Cahiers Du Cinema Reviews in English: Eric Rohmer's 'The Tree, the Mayor, and the Mediatheque'

    One of Rohmer's most atypical works receives a revival screening in New York.

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    Exclusive Cahiers du Cinema Reviews in English: Jacques Rozier's Special Touch

    Critic and historian Joël Magny investigates the unique appeal of Rozier's "Du côté d'Orouët," screening this week in New York.

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    Exclusive Cahiers Du Cinema Reviews in English: A Welcome Alternative to American Teen Comedies

    In this latest translation from the seminal French film magazine, a close look at the adolescence comedy "French Kissers."

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    Exclusive Cahiers du Cinema Reviews in English: What Makes French Comedies So Great?

    With a new series of French comedies screening in New York, we've partnered with Cahiers du Cinema to present the magazine's reviews of the program in English for the first time.

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    Toronto Review: 'Eden' is a Refreshing Spin on the History of Electronic Music

    Mia Hansen-Love's unassuming look at French house music covers nearly 20 years of events, but the time flies by.

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    Review: 'Abuse of Weakness' Features a Stunning Isabelle Huppert

    Catherine Breillat's new film draws from a horrific chapter of her life.

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    Audrey Tautou and Michel Gondry on Critics and the Overwhelming Experience of Making 'Mood Indigo'

    Over a year after opening their first collaboration "Mood Indigo" in their native France, Audrey Tatou and director Michel Gondry were on hand in New York lcasast week to discuss their visually audacious adaptation of Boris Vian's popular 1947 novel "Froth on a Daydream."

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    Why Michel Gondry's 'Mood Indigo' is Better Than It Used to Be

    The new version of Gondry's Boris Vian adaptation is more than half an hour shorter.

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    How American Indies Can Find Audiences in France

    The Champs-Élysées Film Festival provides an opportunity for American independent film to find a commercial life in France.

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