FILM REVIEW: THAT CRIME IS MINE (2023, Francois Ozon)
THE ARMCHAIR OF THE ACCUSED / Score: 7
One of the most prominent European filmmakers on the contemporary scene releases his twenty-second feature film, closing a trilogy of light but profound comedies in the vein of "8 Women" (2001) and "Potiche" (2007). The prolific Francois Ozon returns to the big screen with a proposal drastically different from the last we saw of his vintage. In September of last year, in Cannes, it had been the turn to learn about the remake of "The Bitter Tears of Peter Von Kant", by Reiner W. Fassbinder. Chameleonic and inexhaustible, the Gaul freely adapts a play written by Georges Berr and Louis Verenuil in 1934; a small forgotten piece that resonates strongly in the present.
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