Dans La Maison
France | 2012 | François Ozon
The New Yorker calls the clever, playful new film from veteran French helmer François Ozon (Swimming Pool, 8 Women) "one of his best.” And they’re right. A literature teacher at a French high school finds himself seduced by the written compositions of a precocious student who has insinuated himself into a classmate’s "typical" bourgeois home and begun reporting about what he sees there. The instructor becomes hooked by this ongoing voyeuristic narrative, and pretty soon all kinds of boundaries are being crossed—including the big one between truth and fiction. With Kristin Scott Thomas. "Wry humor and mystery…Might be acclaimed filmmaker François Ozon's most accomplished and unpredictable work to date." –Film Journal Int’l. Subtitles.
105 min. 35mm.
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