When a mild-mannered uncle is put in control of his nephew, a touching adult-child relationship develops in Mike Mills’ newest movie, “C’mon C’mon”. Movie critic Lisa Nesselson tells us about this low-key plot and the movie’s aesthetic attraction. In the meantime, Belgian filmmaker Laura Wandel paints a troubling portrait of childhood in “Playground”, as we uncover a few of the unnerving penalties of bullying.
Plus, Argentinian actor Nahuel Pérez Biscayart places his polyglot skills to good use in “Persian Classes” and we focus on the extraordinary premise on the centre of this chilling World Warfare II drama.
Lastly, we uncover a touching documentary tribute to director Michael Cimino and listen to about his singular attraction amongst French audiences.