Shortly after the British evacuation at Dunkirk, the German Occupation reaches the small French town of Bussy. When a Nazi officer (Matthais Schoenaerts, Rust and Bone; Far From the Madding Crowd) is billeted with Madame Angellier (Kristin Scott Thomas) she barely conceals her contempt, but her daughter-in-law Lucille (Michelle Williams) is drawn to his charm and sensitivity. Based on the wartime manuscript written by Irene Nemirovsky (who died in Auschwitz before she completed the novel), Suite Francaise is a moving story of love, divided loyalties and sacrifice, with superb performances from two of the most exciting actors working in movies today.
"A handsome and intelligent adaptation… nuanced and compelling." Dave Calhoun, Time Out
"Rewardingly complex and disarmingly compassionate." Mark Kermode, The Observer
A portrait of the legendary Canadian rock band Rush from their early days in Toronto, through each of their landmark albums, to the present day.
"Wonderfully engaging." Andew Pulver, The Guardian
"A doc that anyone can enjoy. Fans will gorge on this deft, year-by-year portrait of the ultimate enduring cult band. And even a skeptic may come away with an affection for the intricate labor of Rush’s skewed-time-signature epics." B+ Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly