1. Rocketman – Elton John (29 may)
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Elton John has obviously organized his farewell so flamboyant. In addition to his visit to France in June for a farewell tour called Farewell Yellow Brick Road , it will celebrate the release of a biopic at the end of may. This film traces his life from its beginnings at the Royal Academy of music to his meeting with the lyricist Bernie Taupin and their long collaboration. With Taron Egerton in the role of the rock star.
2. Stan & Ollie – Laurel and Hardy (6 march)
In 1953, the legends, Laurel (Steve Coogan) and Hardy (John C. Reilly) leave Hollywood to embark on a tour across England. Aging, they are struggling to fill the rooms. But their ability to laugh with each other and reinvent themselves will enable them to win back the public, and to reconnect with success. A film by John S. Baird.
3. Colette (16 January)
In this biopic signed Wash Westmoreland, the writer Colette is embodied by Keira Knightley. We’re in 1893. Despite their fourteen years apart, Gabrielle Sidonie Colette, a young girl to the rebellious spirit, wife of Willy, the writer as self-centered as a seducer (Dominic Wash). Thanks to her relationships, she discovers the paris artistic world that stimulates our own creativity. Willy allows Colette to write – on the condition that he sign his novels at his place. Following the triumph of the series of Claudine, it was soon to become famous. Yet, while the infidelities of Willy weighing on the couple, Colette is suffering more and more not to be recognized for his work…
4. A woman of exception – Ruth Bader Ginsburg (2 January)
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Appointed as a Judge of the Supreme Court in 1993 by Bill Clinton, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 85 years, regularly talk about it. These days, despite the operation of the nodules cancer to the lung, “RBG” has voted from his hospital bed against the law anti-migrant intended by Trump. Icon of the progressives, and his health is scrutinized with concern by the Democrats. If she had to leave, it would be replaced by a judge, a conservative appointed by Donald Trump. Born into a jewish family in Brooklyn in 1933, she was educated at Cornell university and married a classmate, Martin Ginsburg. She then studied law, first at Harvard and then at Columbia, at a time when the world society was almost exclusively male. Miliante fierce women’s rights, she will fight with success to put an end to a century of discrimination against women. It is here embodied by Felicity Jones.
5. The Front Runner – Gary Hart (January 16)
By 2019, Hollywood has been interested in the lives of its men and women in politics. Not necessarily the most well known. After the life of judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg (see above), Jason Reitman reminds us of the true story of Gary Hart, a young senator promised the most beautiful future idol voting american and the favorite for the nomination for Democratic party in the presidential election of 1988. A meteoric rise was abruptly halted by the revelation of a scandalous love affair with Donna Rice. A film by Jason Reitman, with Hugh Jackman in the role of Gary Hart.
6. Vice – Dick Cheney (13 February)
a connoisseur of the mysteries of american politics, Dick Cheney has managed, without any noise, was elected vice-president alongside George W. Bush. Become the most powerful man in the country, it has contributed significantly to impose a new world order of which we still feel the consequences today…A biopic of Adam McKay with Christian Bale (Dick Cheney), Amy Adams (Lynne Cheney), Steve Carell (Donald Rumsfeld) and Sam Rockwell (George W. Bush).