Marina Foïs

  • Christine Carrière – Darling (2007)

    2001-2010Christine CarrièreDramaFrance
    Darling (2007)
    Darling (2007)

    On a farm in the West of France, Catherine a plump little girl, dreams of escaping her joyless life. Her parents do not seem to know what a heart is and her father can get violent occasionally. Her only hope lies in those big trucks that drive zooming along the main road under her bedroom window.Read More »

  • Rodrigo Sorogoyen – As Bestas AKA The Beasts (2022)

    Rodrigo Sorogoyen2021-2030SpainThriller

    Acclaimed Spanish filmmaker Rodrigo Sorogoyen (MOTHER, THE REALM) made his Cannes debut with this riveting rural thriller in which issues of class, modernity and masculinity erupt into violence. Well-to-do French couple Antoine (Denis Ménochet, INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS) and Olga (Marina Foïs, POLISSE) are happily settled into their new life in a quaint Galician village, farming the land and rehabbing old houses. But their bucolic existence is threatened when new wind turbines are proposed, promising a huge payout for the struggling locals but a disaster for the traditional life Antoine and Olga have been cultivating. Voting against the project, they make enemies of brothers Xan (Luis Zahera, THE REALM) and Lorenzo (newcomer Diego Anido) as long-simmering tensions reach a boiling point.Read More »

  • Catherine Corsini – La fracture AKA The Divide (2021) (HD)

    Catherine Corsini2021-2030DramaFranceQueer Cinema(s)

    Two women on the verge of a breakup, in a hospital, are further stressed on the night of a big demonstration by the overwhelmed staff and by angry, injured protestors who land up besieging the building.Read More »

  • Maïwenn – Polisse AKA Police (2011)


    A journalist covering police assigned to a juvenile division enters an affair with one of her subjects.Read More »

  • Maïwenn – Polisse (2011)



    The daily grind for the cops of the Police Department’s Juvenile Protection Unit – taking in child molesters, busting underage pickpockets and chewing over relationship issues at lunch; interrogating abusive parents, taking statements from children, confronting the excesses of teen sexuality, enjoying solidarity with colleagues and laughing uncontrollably at the most unthinkable moments. Knowing the worst exists and living with it. How do these cops balance their private lives and the reality they confront every working day? Fred, the group’s hypersensitive wild card, is going to have a hard time facing the scrutiny of Melissa, a photographer on a Ministry of the Interior assignment to document the unit. (~IMDb)
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