Le Brady

10th arrondissement
Venue name: Le Brady
Address: 39 boulevard de Strasbourg
10e
Paris

Transport: Métro : Château d'Eau
  • Uneven but fascinating movie in which a medical student from a diplomatic family suddenly finds himself the unexpected owner of a severed head, following which he's plunged into the dark confusing world of espionage. Too long for its own good, but...
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  • After An American Tale, Bluth surely had the clout to make a more adventurous animated feature than this, with its anthropomorphic espousal of American nuclear family values and its static, unimaginatively rendered backgrounds. You'd have thought,...
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  • Time Out says
    • 5 out of 5 stars
    This is probably one of the few great films of the Seventies. It's the tale of three Pennsylvanian steelworkers, their life at work, at play (deer-hunting), at war (as volunteers in Vietnam). Running against the grain of liberal guilt and substitu...
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  • Although a bit like a four-hour Sunday school lesson, 'Ben-Hur' is not without its compensations, above all, of course, the chariot race (which was directed not by Wyler but by Andrew Marton, and it shows). The rest is made interesting by the most...
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  • Time Out says
    • 4 out of 5 stars
    In June 2013, after several months of coded messages back and forth, US security worker Edward Snowden summoned three people to a hotel room in Hong Kong to reveal who he was and what he wanted. Two of the three were journalists: freelancer Glenn ...
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  • Time Out says
    • 2 out of 5 stars
    There’s little about this overly fruity adaptation by American playwright Israel Horovitz of his own 2002 Paris-set stage play to suggest that the original was especially worthy of becoming a film. It’s essentially a three-hander performed by the ...
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