Through their film ‘Le Saisons’, Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud proffer any number of instances that allow the viewers to be enthralled by the sheer grandeur of nature, and the sights that it beholds. Running for ninety seven minutes, ‘Le Saisons’ is a nature documentary that is unlike anything else that I have seen.
Asghar Farhadi’s slow moving drama is one that seems to hold plenty of promises in its fold, with characters simply refusing to relive their past lives even as they remain obsessed with it, almost to the point of devastation. Running for almost two hours, ‘Le Passe’ is a painfully sluggish exploration of a truth that would redefine a few lives that lie around it. Continue reading “Le Passe (2013) French Movie Short Review”