Pierre Banderet

  • Robert Guédiguian – Ki lo sa? (1986)

    “Robert Guédiguian is well-known for his idiosyncratic slices of life set
    in his beloved Marseille, in films such as Marius et Jeannette (1997)
    and À la place du coeur (1998). Whilst most of Guédiguian’s films are set in this historic
    French port they span a remarkable range of genres and encompass a
    dizzying assortment of themes, including noir-style thriller intrigue,
    classic romance and pressing social issues. Ki lo sa?, Guédiguian’s
    third feature, is one of his more unusual films in this series, a
    surprisingly dark and mystical work which explores various
    existentialist concerns through the interlocking prisms of black comedy
    and social realism.Read More »

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