Young and beautiful: actresses of the new French cinema
When it comes to French actresses, most of us recall the names of legendary women who left their mark on cinema several decades ago. But cinema is changing, new directors…

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The best films about naval battles
Films on a military theme always attract the attention of viewers. Some of them tell about the dramatic events that took place during the years of various armed conflicts, others…

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The best films about love and passion
Cinema about love is a terrible cliche, cynics say, and yet ... It is saving and all-consuming, passionate and sensual, impudent, beautiful, uncomfortable, but alluring - many films have been…

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French cinema

Isabelle Huppert – Iron Lady of French Cinema

Isabelle Huppert proudly bears the status of an unshakable icon of French cinema from the seventies. For more than forty years, she has been fascinating, fascinating, frightening with her contradictory heroines – sometimes fragile and defenseless, then cold and tough. The actress herself almost does not react to such labels relating to herself, she does not confirm them, but does not dispute them either. Outside of cinema and in conversations not about cinema or theater, she generally prefers to remain silent.

Isabelle Huppert Isabelle Huppert was born in Ville d’Evray on March 16, 1953, in the family of an entrepreneur and English teacher. It was the most classic “decent family” with all the leisure activities and ways of education that ensued. In total, the Huppert family had five children – four girls (Isabelle, Continue reading

Polish Actresses: Movie Legends and Modern Stars

Cinewest presents a list of 20 Polish actresses, among whom you will find both the stars of modern cinema and the names of the legends of Polish cinema.

Beata Tyszkiewicz
Born on August 14, 1938 in Wilanow.

Polish movie actresses: Beata Tyszkiewicz

Movies:

Really Yesterday (Naprawde wczoraj), 1963 Continue reading

Marion Cotillard: “Love is the driving force”

In France, the new drama “The Illusion of Love”, which became the film adaptation of Milena Agus’s novel “Stone Disease,” was released in wide release. In Russia, the film is released on December 22.

“The Illusion of Love” is a story that spans 20 years of the life of Gabrielle, a young woman from the French hinterland. Passionate and freedom-loving, she was married off by her parents to a man to whom she had no experience, but then truly fell in love with another. The action takes place in the fifties.

Starring Marion Cotillard gave an interview to the French magazine Version Femina, where she spoke about the new role, self-awareness in the acting profession, working with partners and love. Continue reading

French comedies of the 80s
The eighties became an ambiguous period for French cinema. On the one hand, with the development of television, in particular, with the advent of Canal + in 1984, as well…

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Movies about time travel and parallel reality
Time travel films have gained popularity decades ago. Today, we are pleased to review them, and the directors do not stop making films on this topic, sending their heroes to…

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Contemporary Italian Actresses: Divas of Italy's New Cinema
In former times, Italian actresses were idols of viewers around the world, but today the situation has changed. Anyone who is not a passionate fan of contemporary Italian cinema is…

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Young Hollywood Actors: Modern American Stars
Each year, Hollywood presents to our attention new actors, regularly updating their own top list of the most fashionable, beautiful, sought after, talented and worthy names of modern American cinema.…

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