French cultural life - February 2019

A round-up of news, and those creating ‘le buzz’ in French cultural life

1. Baby love

Receiving glowing critical acclaim is Pupille (English title In Safe Hands), a devastatingly tender and touching drama by Jeanne Henry about the administrative mosaic and emotional turmoil for all concerned in the adoption process of a baby, Theo, given up at birth by his young mother in Brest, Brittany.

Acting heavyweights excel: Gilles Lellouche as the temporary new ‘Dad’; Sandrine Kiberlain as the child protection officer; and Elodie Bouchez (above, with Lellouche) in a compelling turn as ...

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