All of the inhabitants, in this corner of the countryside, can count on Jean-Pierre, the doctor who cares for them and who reassures them day and night, seven days a week.
From the director of March of the Penguins comes this extraordinary encounter with the awe-inspiring and strange landscapes of Antarctica. With sweeping cinematography, we are introduced to the story of pioneering climate scientist Claude Lorius and his ground-breaking findings. Now 83, he reflects on his adventurous life and love of the natural world he has seen change before his very eyes. A bittersweet tribute to a life of passion, reflections on Lorius’s formidable career are set against delightful and breathtaking encounters with penguins, ice floes and shooting stars.
Marie is a teenager who excells at school and who is passionate about the cello. Victor is nice, dynamic boy, who has a few learning problems. Victor falls in love with Marie, although he is unaware that she is losing her sight. And, little by little, to his great surprise, Marie starts helping him. When Marie reveals her secret to him, the two teens make a pact: Victor will help Marie hide her failing eyesight so that she can pass the exam to enter the music academy. An indestructible friendship blossoms between this pair, willing to do anything to stand up to the rest of the world.
It all starts at daybreak, three young surfers on the raging seas. A few hours later, on the way home, an accident occurs. Now entirely hooked up to life-support in a hospital in Le Havre, Simon’s existence is little more than an illusion. Meanwhile, in Paris, a woman awaits the organ transplant that will give her a new lease on life.
Zucchini is not at all like a vegetable. His is a brave little boy. He believes that he's alone in the world when his mother dies. But he didn't count on the people he'll meet in his new life in a home for children. Simon, Ahmed, Jujube, Alice, and Béatrice: they all have their stories to tell, and each story is as sad as it is tender. And then there's this girl, Camille.
When you're ten years old, having a gang of pals, falling in love... there are things to discover and learn. And you may even be happy.
Two years have passed. After messing up their separation, the Leroys seem to be successfully coping with their divorce. But the appearance of two new lovers in the lives of Vincent and Florence will spark of a new crisis. The match between the two ex-Leroys gets underway again.
1948. Jacques-Yves Cousteau, his wife, and his two sons, live in paradise, in a beautiful house looking out over the Mediterranean Sea. But Cousteau dreams only adventure. Thanks to his invention, an autonomous diving suit that allows him to breathe underwater, he has discovered a new world. Henceforth, he will explore this world. And he's prepared to sacrifice everything to do so.
Nathalie is a philosophy teacher in a Parisian high school.
Passionate about her job, she loves conveying the deep pleasure of thought. Married and with two children, her time is divided between her family, her former students, and her very possessive mother.
One day, her husband tells her that he is leaving her to live with another woman.
Confronted by unexpected freedom, she must reinvent her life.
In I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO, entirely narrated with the words of James Baldwin, via his personal appearances and the text of his final and unfinished book project, the award-winning director Raoul Peck goes back to the tragic deaths of Malcolm X, Martin Luther King and Medgar Evers to bring a powerful clarity on how the image (and reality) of Blacks in America today is fabricated and enforced. Narrated by Award-winning actor Samuel L. Jackson
Thirty-three-year-old Mathieu doesn't know who his father is.
One morning, he receives a phone call and discovers that his father was Canadian and has just died. He also learns that he has two brothers. Mathieu decides to go to the funeral to meet them.
But in Montreal, no one knows of his existence or seems to want to know him.
Loïe Fuller was born in the American West. Nothing in her background prepared this robust cowgirl to become the toast of the Parisian cabarets of La Belle Epoque, even less to dance on the stage of the Paris Opera. Then she invents the "Serpentine Dance." Hidden by yards of floating fabric, her arms extended by two wooden poles, as she moves beneath the stage lights; Loïe becomes a flower, a butterfly, flames, and each night crowds call out for more. This young, awkward woman lacking charm has found her place in this world.