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French Film Festival: Oh La La Pauline! (Pauline s’arrache)

Thu, Mar 23 / 9 pm
Directed by Émilie Brisavoine
2015, France, 88 min
French with English subtitles

It starts out like a fairy tale: there’s a queen, a king, and their beautiful children, Pauline, Anaïs and Guillaume. But it’s a bit more complicated than that. The king wears high heels, the queen’s trying to make up for lost time, and their heirs have become rebellious. It’s all gone haywire and Pauline makes her getaway.

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Fraction / Directed by Alain Delannoy, 2012, Canada, 8:49 min / Fraction is a hand drawn animated short film created with computer animation. Without spoken language, the film follows the story of an elderly artist who, caught in a battle of time, struggles to complete his body of work.

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Reviews

"Emilie Brisavoine’s documentary tackles family conflicts, a frightening and moving mass of “primitive” wounds, of fears and frayed nerves… Between reality and psychoanalysis, an intentionally marginal form of cinema with an incredibly refreshing raw beauty to it." - Muriel Del Don, Cineuropa
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