Bruno Dumont

Film Review: “France” — A Comic Drama about the Shallowness of Contemporary Journalism

December 13, 2021
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Léa Seydoux claims the spotlight as the title character in Bruno Dumont’s pithy and entertaining France, giving a performance that’s cunningly calibrated to mesmerize.

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Film Reviews: At the NYFF — Haynes’s “The Velvet Underground,” Dumont’s “France,” and Peleshian’s “Nature”

October 15, 2021
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Reviews of Todd Haynes’s documentary The Velvet Underground, Bruno Dumont’s France, a satire-drama about the news industry, and Nature, Artavazd Peleshian’s graceful parade of natural disasters.

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Film Review: Boston MFA’s French Film Festival — The Beautiful Idiosyncrasy of “P’tit Quinquin”

July 23, 2015
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The film proffers a winning combination of goofy humor and social critique.

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