Tag Archives: Luc Chessel

Nicolas Klotz – Low Life (2011)

At university, Carmen meets Hussain, a young Afghan poet. This encounter changes both their lives: falling in love, they become inseparable. Soon, Hussain learns that his asylum application has been rejected, forcing the couple to hide. However, Hussain starts feeling suffocated and needs to leave. Read More »

Léo Richard – Les idées s’améliorent AKA The Plagiarist (2018)

On Entrevues Belfort website :
“Ideas improve. The meaning of words plays a role in that improvement. Plagiarism is necessary. Progress depends on it. It sticks close to an author’s phrasing, exploits his expressions, deletes a false idea, replaces it with the right one.” Read More »