Rock’n Roll – Guillaume Canet

Guillaume Canet’s Rock’n’ Roll is a fine example of a genre of film not often seen from French directors. In addition, this self-parodying film comes from an actor/director not well-known for his pure comic talent.  Canet is more often seen in taut thrillers like La Prochaine Fois Je Viserai le Coeur or L’Homme qu’on Aimait…

Salaud, On t’Aime (We Love You, You Bastard) – Claude Lelouche

For his 44th film, veteran director Claude Lelouche has made, on his own admission, his most autobiographical film to date dedicating this film to his seven childen by five different mothers. Salaud On t’Aime is a rambling tale of a father’s attempt to reconcile with his four daughters which is marred by woeful miscasting and…