The Truth

PG, 106 minutes­­­­­ 4 Stars Review by © Jane Freebury This delicate, relatable family drama with a mother-daughter relationship at its core is set in the warm tones of a Paris autumn. A New York-based screenwriter flies in for a visit as her mother, a screen actress, is having her memoir published. With husband and… Continue reading The Truth

At home with The Truth: interview with director Hirokazu Kore-ada

By © Jane Freebury After winning the top prize at Cannes festival last year for his film, Shoplifters, the director Hirokazu Kore-ada went to work on a new project in France. He had something quite different up his sleeve. It was to be set in a grand old Parisian home with a leafy garden, the… Continue reading At home with The Truth: interview with director Hirokazu Kore-ada