Belgium, France, Germany, Italy | 2021 | Bruno Dumont
Léa Seydoux (Blue Is the Warmest Color, Spectre, The French Dispatch) stars in the new film by Bruno Dumont (L’Humanité, Li’l Quinquin). It’s a broad satire of the contemporary news media in which a seemingly unflappable superstar journalist finds her life, career, and stability shaken by an unfortunate automobile accident. “By far the most biting and ironic satire to premiere in Cannes competition this year…For those willing to take the film seriously, there’s a lot here to unpack.” –Variety. Cleveland premiere. Subtitles. DCP. 133 min.
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