Tag Archives: Kristin Scott Thomas

Cinema Review – Suite Francaise

In 1940, the small town of Boussy is, at first, unaffected by the conflict in Europe, but when Parisian exiles arrive in the town, along with German occupying forces, things rapidly change. Romance quickly blossoms between Lucile (Michelle Williams) and German soldier Bruno van Falk (Matthias Schoenaerts), who is installed in the home Lucile shares with her mother-in-law Madame Angelier (Kristin Scott Thomas). When a French man is accused of murdering a German solider, however, the relationships between the people of the town begin to change. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Only God Forgives

After his brother is killed in retribution for murdering a prostitute, Julian (Ryan Gosling) must find a way to avenge his brother and placate his mother (Kristin Scott Thomas). Continue reading

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JDIFF 2012 REVIEW – Bel Ami

Georges Duroy (Robert Pattinson) rises from penniless clerk to one of the most powerful men in Paris thanks to his manipulation of the city’s most influential women. Continue reading

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