“Aftersun”, “Asterix and Obelix”, “Knock at the Cabin”: here are the releases of the week – Les Inrocks

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The holidays of a daughter and a father in the heartbreaking first feature film by Charlotte Wells, an isolated chalet in the middle of nature by the master of anguish, and the new opus of Asterix and Obelix by Guillaume Canet… Here are the outings of the week. Knock at the Cabin by M. Night … Read more

Avec “Imagine”, Krystian Lupa ancre son théâtre au réel d’un monde bousculé par la guerre en Ukraine – Les Inrocks

Avec Imagine Krystian Lupa ancre son theatre au reel dun

À l’occasion du festival Boska Komedia de Cracovie où il présentait “Imagine”, le metteur en scène réagit au contexte de la guerre en Ukraine et à sa situation d’artiste en Pologne. Il lève aussi le voile sur sa prochaine pièce “Les Émigrants” d’après W.G. Sebald avant sa présentation à La Comédie de Genève et sa … Read more

Betye Saar at Frac Lorraine: moonlight in the fight – Les Inrocks

Betye Saar at Frac Lorraine moonlight in the fight scaled

African-American artist Betye Saar, born in 1926, a key figure in the Los Angeles art scene and the Black Arts Movement, is presented for the first time in France. Bewitching, his installations are an invitation to become fugitives. At Betye Saar, it’s all about flexibility. This is not post-modern fluidity: some don’t have that luxury. … Read more

For his big return to France, the artist Cyprien Gaillard takes the time head on – Les Inrocks

For his big return to France the artist Cyprien Gaillard

For the return of the child prodigy of 2010s art in France, Cyprien Gaillard is consecrated with an exhibition in two parts, at the Palais de Tokyo and at Lafayette Anticipations. A solipsistic meditation around time, ruins and renovation, imbued with the defeatist melancholy of the end of the century. It is from a bygone … Read more

“Arthur Curse”: the meta fiasco of Luc Besson – Les Inrocks

A filmic object as meta as it is improbable, “Arthur Malédiction” is a meditation by its producer and screenwriter dressed up as an indecent parody of a horror film. “Like what, a film can do damage.” Spoken by a strange country cop, one of the last lines ofCurse Arthur resonates like the moral of a … Read more

“Elvis” sparkles in an extraordinary biopic – Les Inrocks

Baz Luhrmann signs a sumptuous and intelligent film on a King too divine for the consecrated formulas of the biopic genre. The personalities who are going through the mill of the Hollywood biopic factory this year come from an unusually high category of celebrity. The highest in fact, that of myth – so high that … Read more

Why you should read “The Art of Walking”, Rebecca Solnit’s cult book – Les Inrocks

This month of June, “The Art of Walking”, the book by feminist Rebecca Solnit is reissued by Editions de l’Olivier. We should wonder about the reasons that have pushed so many authors for the past ten years to take walking as an obsessive, almost fetishized object of reflection. We no longer count the number of … Read more