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This week, I have chosen five Christmas movies to watch before the holidays, at home, staying safe before the reopening of movie theaters and theaters on December 15th. On the bilingual Movieintheair blog, I do for you a press review every Wednesday and keep the best of national and international audiovisual news.  
This week, I have chosen ten feel-good movies to watch at home, staying safe. We heard a very good news: the reopening of movie theaters and theaters. On the bilingual Movieintheair blog, I do for you a press review every Wednesday and keep the best of national and international audiovisual news.  

Scheduled for last March, the Festival du Cinéma Israélien de Paris - Paris Israeli Film Festival had to be cancelled.

It will finally take place from November 25th to 29th on the website La 25ème Heure.

You will be able to buy your tickets from this Monday, November 23rd.

 

This week, I have chosen four movies about the past. They are four movies from four different eras that still resonate in our lives today. On the bilingual Movieintheair blog, I do for you a press review every Wednesday and keep the best of national and international audiovisual news.  
What are the films you think of when we talk about movies about truth? This week's victory of the Democrats in the Presidential election reflected the victory of truth over lies. The current protests show how difficult it is for the former President to recognize the truth when confronted with it. I have therefore chosen to talk to you about movies that deal with the universal subject of truth. On the bilingual Movieintheair blog, I do for you a press review every Wednesday and keep the best of national and international audiovisual news.  
As I write, we still don't know the results of the American elections. We hope in Joe Biden's victory in the American elections. A special American elections special this week, with four films and two series that speak to us about history, freedom of expression, political struggles, universal subjects. Obviously a tribute to one of the last giants of cinema was obvious, I named Sean Connery, and I have chosen for you a few excerpts from the films he shot throughout his successful career. Here is an actor who knew how to choose his films and play with his image, between James Bond and The Offence, he is unrecognizable. And a review of Sofia Coppola's latest film, On the Rocks, the Israeli series Tehran and the first episode of The Mandalorian, a spin off from the Star Wars saga. On the bilingual Movieintheair blog, I do for you a press review every Wednesday and keep the best of national and international audiovisual news.  

A tribute to Sean Connery.

The Offence: This movie is not very well known in Sean Connery's carrier.

But he did it on purpose.

The Offence has been directed by great director Sydney Lumet. This radical and strong movie is about Sergent Johnson, a police officer, who, after twenty years of carrier, chases a raper of girls, in the suburbs of a big city of England.

This week, I chose to speak to you about challenge in movies. Characters in movies are facing challenge which seem almost impossible. Maybe this newsletter will be outdated tonight but please keep watching movies. On the bilingual Movieintheair blog, I do for you a press review every Wednesday and keep the best of national and international audiovisual news.  
Your autumn movies to watch during the Toussaint holidays. This week, I chose to speak to you about freedom, freedom to choose who we want to be, freedom of speech and thoughts and fighting for these rights. Two movies moved me, Drunk by Thomas Vinterberg and The Trial of the Chicago 7 by Aaron Sorkin. On the bilingual Movieintheair blog, I do for you a press review every Wednesday and keep the best of national and international audiovisual news.  
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