Betty Blue Blu-ray Review

At it's heart Betty Blue is an intense, unforgiving drama, which quickly unfolds to a devastating and emotional end. Whilst both the main characters, Betty (played by Béatrice Dalle) and Zorg (Jean-Hugues Anglade) spend a great deal of the film naked (not that anyone is complaining), the viewer quickly stops noticing this surface nudity and realises that it represents something so much more, something much deeper beneath the surface.

Win Our Children on Blu-ray

To celebrate the release of the critically acclaimed drama OUR CHILDREN starring Tahar Rahim, Niels Arestrup and Emilie Dequenne - available on DVD & Blu-ray now - we have two copies on Blu-ray to give away!

Our Children Blu-ray Review

Viewers of Our Children will not easily forget this harrowing examination of a seemingly perfect family dynamic slowly undoing itself from the inside.

Looking For Hortense Review

The unfortunate thing about Looking For Hortense is that Kristin Scott Thomas is the best thing about the film. This is unfortunate because whilst she practically fills every scene for the first ten minutes, the film is very quick to put her and her storyline aside to concentrate on Jean-Pierre Bacri's character, Damien.

In The House DVD Review

François Ozon returns with Dans la maison (In The House), which is one of the most sophisticated and shattering pieces of recent French cinema.

Les Invisibles Review

Having appeared out of competition at the Cannes Film Festival, Les Invisibles became associated with the heights of French cinema even before it screened commercially. The documentary by Sébastien Lifshitz... Read More...