After years in entrance of the digicam, she’s now crafted a teen romance with a distinction. Director Charlotte Le Bon’s haunting “Falcon Lake” conjures up the depth of past love. She joins us within the studio to speak about constructing a fancy feminine protagonist, about how visible arts feed into her filmmaking and touches on taking part in trailblazing artist Niki de Saint Phalle sooner or later.
We additionally talk about French documentary “Tax Me if You Can”, which reveals the soiled tips deployed by establishments and people to flee the taxman. Movie critic Lisa Nesselson tells us why it is a completely entertaining tackle monetary mischief on an enormous scale.
And we check out Hirokazu Kore-eda’s newest launch “Dealer”, because the Japanese director decamps to South Korea for a story of household, future and the ties that bind us.