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François Ozon: ‘Young people now don’t have the inhibitions older actors did’

The director on waiting 35 years to film the perfect gay love story, and how French cinema is coping with CovidFrench writer-director François Ozon, 52, is famous for his prodigious output. He directed his first full-length feature, Sitcom, in 1998, and his 19th, Summer of 85, a love story about two teenage boys in a […]

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‘The Truth’ Trailer: Hirokazu Kore-eda Tackles Family With Juliette Binoche, Ethan Hawke & Catherine Deneuve

It is common for parents and their children to butt heads over things, over time those tiffs and arguments are replaced with respect and admiration. However “The Truth” sees the tensions rise between an actress and her screenwriter daughter.Read More: Catherine Deneuve Is A Joy In Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Playful English-Language Debut, And That’s ‘The Truth’ […]

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