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The New Girlfriend - Trailer Trailer


Claire is left broken-hearted when her best friend Laura passes away at a young age. She vows to keep an eye on her young daughter Lucie, as well as her husband David. Claire's husband decides to contact David and invite him out to dinner as an offering of sympathy, but Claire begins to find herself with feelings about David she never thought she'd have. However, things get even more complicated when she discovers that David has a secret passion; a hidden persona that he has never before revealed - and it's easy to see why. Nonetheless, Claire's feelings for him begin to intensify over this now shared secret, resulting in a relationship that would surely bring scandal on them both if anyone were to discover them.

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Anna Karenina Trailer


Anna Karenina is the young wife of senior statesman Alexei Karenin. Theirs was more of a marriage of convenience rather than love and soon Anna's eyes begin to wander elsewhere as her desire for romance becomes ever more intense. She meets Count Vronsky, a handsome cavalry officer with whom she enters into a passionate adulterous affair. When people find out about their involvement, Anna's honour is crushed in the eyes of the Russian noble men and women and she is forced to make a choice; to leave her loveless marriage and family and lose all honour and dignity, or end her affair with her possessive lover and be potentially forgiven.

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Trois Mondes (Three Worlds) photocall during the 65th annual Cannes Film Festival

Raphael Personnaz - Clotilde Hesme, Raphael Personnaz and Arta Dobroshi Friday 25th May 2012 Trois Mondes (Three Worlds) photocall during the 65th annual Cannes Film Festival

Trois Mondes (Three Worlds) photocall during the 65th annual Cannes Film Festival

Raphael Personnaz Friday 25th May 2012 Trois Mondes (Three Worlds) photocall during the 65th annual Cannes Film Festival

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Trois Mondes (Three Worlds) photocall during the 65th annual Cannes Film Festival

Raphael Personnaz - Clotilde Hesme, Reda Kateb, Raphael Personnaz, director Catherine Corsini, actors Arta Dobroshi and Alban Aumard Friday 25th May 2012 Trois Mondes (Three Worlds) photocall during the 65th annual Cannes Film Festival

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Trois Mondes (Three Worlds) photocall during the 65th annual Cannes Film Festival

Raphael Personnaz - Raphael Personnaz and Arta Dobroshi Friday 25th May 2012 Trois Mondes (Three Worlds) photocall during the 65th annual Cannes Film Festival

Trois Mondes (Three Worlds) photocall during the 65th annual Cannes Film Festival

Raphael Personnaz - Catherine Corsini, actors Arta Dobroshi, Raphael Personnaz and Clotilde Hesme Friday 25th May 2012 Trois Mondes (Three Worlds) photocall during the 65th annual Cannes Film Festival

Special Forces Review


OK
Slick and pacey, this military thriller feels contrived as it ramps up the drama, but it has a terrific cast and a vivid sense of violent peril and political instability. The film gets increasingly worthy as it goes along, but is sharp enough to engage us.

Barely recovered from a full-on secret mission to Kosovo, the French Special Forces team (including Hounsou, Menochet, Figlarz and Marius) heads to the mountains of Pakistan, where journalist Elsa (Kruger) and her local assistant (Nebbou) have been kidnapped by wild-eyed fanatic Zaief (Degan). The team is joined on the ground by Tic-Tac (Magimel), and while the rescue goes to plan, Zaief's well-armed militia is relentless (Personnaz's sniper calls them "playful"). And getting out is trickier than these six tough guys expected.

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The Princess of Montpensier Review


Excellent
Veteran filmmaker Tavernier approaches this 16th century drama with a fresh touch. It has everything you hope for: swashbuckling, romantic intrigue, heaving bosoms. But a blast of realism continually catches us off guard.

The Marquis of Mezieres (Magnan) is only mildly annoyed that his daughter Marie (Thierry) has fallen for suave warrior Henri (Ulliel), even though she's promised to his brother (Domboy). Then a better offer comes along, and the Marquis offers her to Prince Philippe (Leprince-Ringuet), son of the Duke of Montpensier (Vuillermoz). Leaving Marie with his loyal mentor Chabannes (Wilson), Philippe rejoins battle alongside his old friend Henri in the war between the Catholics and the Huguenots. But Philippe soon becomes jealous of Henri, as well as the flirtatious Duke of Anjou (Personnaz).

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The Princess Of Montpensier Trailer


In 16th century France, wars were raging between the Catholics and the Protestants. Heiress Marie de M'ziSres is forced into marriage by her father, the Marquis de M'ziSres to a man she has never met, Prince Philippe de Montpesier. Marie refuses at first, because she's in love with her handsome childhood friend, Henri de Guise.

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