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CAMILLE COTTIN

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THE MYSTERY OF HENRI PICK (2020)
Starring Fabrice Luchini, Camille Cottin, Alice Isaaz, Bastien Bouillon, Philypa Phoenix, Louis Descols, Josiane Stoléru, Astrid Whettnall, Marc Fraize and Hanna Schygulla. Directed by Rémi Bezançon.

REVIEWS The Mystery of Henri Pick - A charming literary detective story

ROOM 212
Starring Chiara Mastroianni, Vincent Lacoste, Camille Cottin, Benjamin Biolay, Carole Bouquet, Marie-Christine Adam, Harrison Arevalo, Stéphane Roger and Charlie Morgan. Directed by Christophe Honoré.

Maria is a formidable university professor, whose stale marriage of two decades has seen her seek out affection elsewhere. After their latest squabble, Maria checks into the hotel directly across the street from their apartment; article 212 of the French civil code states spouses “owe each other respect, fidelity, support and assistance”, so it’s no coincidence that the room she’s allocated bears this number. >{? As it happens, the room offers more than a bird’s eye view of her home; she’s magically able to scrutinise not only her husband but scenes from their marriage. The arrival of some unexpected visitors from their past complicates things further: they have opinions too, and plan to share them.
SAVAGE
Starring Lily-Rose Depp, Laurent Lafitte, Aloïse Sauvage, Camille Cottin, Jonas Bloquet, Yoann Zimmer, Baya Kasmi, Eugène Marcuse and Lucas Moreau. Directed by Vincent Mariette.
DUMPED
Starring Miou-Miou, Camille Cottin, Camille Chamoux, Johan Heldenbergh, Olivia Côte, Youssef Hajdi, Elliot Daurat, Thomas Scimeca and Sylvain Quimene. Directed by Eloïse Lang.

REVIEWS Dumped - A breezy comedy for the ladies

FAMILY PHOTO
Starring Vanessa Paradis, Camille Cottin, Jean-Pierre Bacri, Pierre Deladonchamps, Chantal Lauby, Rio Vega, Jonathan Boudina, Émilie Cazenave and Antonio Lanciano. Directed by Cécilia Rouaud.

Gabrielle, Elsa and Mao are three adult siblings, leading very different lives. Single mother and artist Gabrielle has struggled to make ends meet, and finds herself working as a human statue along the Seine; Elsa has married well but is increasingly distraught at her inability to conceive; video game designer Mao drowns his melancholy and frustration at the world in psychoanalysis and booze.

Their long-separated parents aren’t exactly helping matters. Pierre has taken up with a woman younger than them all, and Claudine drives everyone crazy. The passing of their grandfather forces a family reunion, and the raising of a question that none of them wants to face: what to do about beloved matriarch, Mamie?

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