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Domestic drama, Italian style in ‘There’s Still Tomorrow’

By France24
21 March 2024   |   7:51 am
"The Sweet East" sees cinematographer Sean Price Williams direct a strange journey through American subcultures. Critic Lisa Nesselson also tells us why Stéphane Brizé’s new romance, starring Guillaume Canet and Alba Rohrwacher, is too slow for her taste.

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