Review: I Got Life

A lovely, funny and charming French comedy that has a lot of appeal. Aurore, Agnes Jaoui, is going through many changes in her life some happier than others, but all confusing. Aurore then, by chance, bumps into an old boyfriend, more confusion or a chance to embrace her desire for life and love?

Review: A Man Called Ove

Ove (pronounced Oo-vah), who has given up on life, is a cantankerous, retired, lonely widowed man spending his time unofficially guarding the gated community where he lives. But he reluctantly develops a friendship with a young family new to the area which gives him a new lease of life. A beautiful, quirky comedy/drama about love and friendship across the generations.

Review: Chilé ’76

A scream outside in the street and the squeal of tyres as the secret police remove someone in plain sight as all the bystanders look away; this is Chile in the 1970’s. Carmen, the stylish wife of a prosperous Santiago doctor becomes gradually drawn into helping anti government forces in this compelling drama of privilege and dissent.