Two French language films involving police brutality (in these films, police opening fire causing riots) make this year nomination entries for their country’s Best Foreign Language Film entries. ANTIGONE is Canada’s entry for the Best Foreign Film. LES MISERABLES is France’s entry. Both films are quite different. The short list has at the time of writing not yet been announced.
ANTIGONE is an ambitious film adapted from the classic Greek tragedy.
ANTIGONE is the name of a Lebanese immigrant living in Montreal with her grandmother, sister and two brothers. The film begins with a dinner scene where the audience is…
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