This week, the cinema transports us to a tennis court, on a journey across France, to the heart of a tumultuous love story and to a mysterious forest. Enough to escape and be transported into adventures on the big screen.

Genre : biopic, romance, drame

Duration: 2 hours

Back to Black, named in homage to Amy Winehouse’s second album, traces the rise of the famous British singer of the 2000s. This film delves into her passionate and toxic love affair with Blake Fielder-Civil, her assistant. production and husband. This tumultuous relationship, a source of torment for the artist, will be at the origin of many emblematic songs in his repertoire.

To embody this soul icon, everything rests on the shoulders of Marisa Abela, a British actress who we could see in the film Barbie by Greta Gerwig. Each of the songs in the film is performed by the actress herself, from “Rehab” to “Stronger than me”. To play Blake, the man to whom the star was married for two years, the role was entrusted to English actor Jack O’Connell.

Genre: drama

Duration: 1h 46m

Brothers tells the true story of two young brothers abandoned by their mother during the summer of 1948 who find refuge in a forest and stay there for seven years. They will thus weave an unbreakable bond that will unite them forever.

To play one of the brothers, Patrice, we find Mathieu Kassovitz, famous for his performances in La Haine. To support him, Yvan Attal plays Michel, the second brother.

This is the second feature film by Olivier Casas, who previously directed Baby Phone. In this film, he abandons comedies to concentrate on an intimate drama.

Genre: thriller, detective

Duration: 1h 50m

The Soul Eater is adapted from the novel of the same name by Alexis Laipsker. The story follows Commander Élisabeth Guardiano who is responsible for investigating a double murder of rare violence in a small town in the Vosges. There, she will meet gendarmerie captain Franck de Rolan who is facing a series of disappearances of children. Convinced that the two cases are linked, they will have to join forces despite themselves.

In the main role, we find Virginie Ledoyen, accompanied by Paul Hamy.

If that wasn’t enough for you, here’s another film you don’t want to miss.

Genre: documentary

Duration: 1 hour 36 minutes

Claus Drexel presents the documentary Les Vieux. This film offers a fascinating look at the lives of these simple men and women, of all origins, who spanned nearly a century of history. Funny, touching, and sometimes rebellious, they captivate and amaze us. The director’s objective is to give voice to a generation that is often silent and rarely heard.

The director’s objective is to give voice to a generation that is often silent and rarely heard. During a preview at the UGC les Halles, he also declared: “I also wanted to change public opinion on the elderly, which is too negatively connoted” according to Claus Drexel.

To finish…

Genre : sport, romance

Duration: 2 hours 11 minutes

Challengers is Luca Guadagnino’s latest production. After Bones and All, the Italian filmmaker plunges us into the heart of a love triangle between Patrick (Josh O’Connor) and Art (Mike Faist), both in love with Tashi Ducan (Zendaya). Years after they met, Tashi is now a coach dedicated to the career of her husband, Art. It transforms him from a mediocre player into a world-renowned Grand Slam champion. However, facing a series of recent defeats, Art is drawn into a “Challenger” tournament, where he finds himself facing Patrick, his former best friend and Tashi’s ex-boyfriend.

Genre: comedy

Duration: 1 hour 36 minutes

François Marsault played by André Dussollier, a retired general, is still madly in love with Annie, his wife played by Sabine Azéma. But when he discovers that she cheated on him 40 years ago, the man falls from a height. To preserve his honor, there is only one solution: go in search of Boris played by Thierry Lhermitte, the former lover, to settle his scores. But at his age, accomplishing this mission proves to be a major challenge for this man of honor.