Lost in the multiplex, haggard in the bookstore, disoriented in front of streaming platforms… Don’t know what to see, read, listen to, do this weekend? The Culture team gives you some advice.
From the voluptuousness of the 1910s to the emptiness of a dystopian future, Bertrand Bonello has created a meandering science fiction film about the retention of desire, led by Léa Seydoux convinced of a mysterious catastrophe to come. On cinemas.
Delirious around the figure of the surrealist painter, turned into a five-headed interpretation, Quentin Dupieux’s latest feature film subverts temporality through a rehashed aesthetic. On cinemas.
First spearhead of British rap, the London rapper launches himself with a funk and nervous touch Don’t take it personally a particularly lively eighth album.
An experienced church organ technician, the American musician transforms time into space with mesmerizing and unique compositions.
The author and director resumes his Tales and legends, a docufiction of anticipation that plays with the confusion between children and androids. A powerful reflection on the construction of identity, at the Théâtre de la Porte Saint-Martin (75010) until March 31.
«Così Fan Tutti»
The Russian Dmitri Tcherniakov manages to adapt Mozart’s improbable work with frank realism, despite some passages marked by a lack of rhythm. At the Théâtre du Châtelet (75001) until February 22.
Masculinity, dreams, loneliness… In this beautiful retrospective of the famous Canadian photographer, the images are offered as so many enigmas and possible scenarios, defying time and the laws of gravity. At the Fondation Beyeler (Switzerland), until April 21.
Between painted frescoes, photographs and digital installations, around twenty artists from the Interstices collective take over the basements of La Défense for a spectacular and intimate urban exploration. Until February 25.
“Mr. and Mrs. Smith”
The remake of the successful action comedy cultivates composure and seduction thanks to its new duo of secret agents, played by Donald Glover and Maya Erskine. On Prime Video.
Produced by Ryan Murphy and directed by Gus Van Sant, the anthology series about the rivalry between Truman Capote and a host of glamorous socialites enjoys an accomplished production, but is especially worth it for its unrivaled star actresses.