Director François Ozon
Starring Pierre Niney, Paula Beer, Ernst Stötzner
Frantz has been killed in the trenches of WWI and every day his fiancée visits his grave. One day she meets a stranger who claims to have been Frantz’s best friend. The film examines the positive and negative effects of lies and the age-old dilemma of whether to trust.
“A gripping homage to Hitchcock” The Telegraph
Average = 8.42
The futility of war.
Black and white and so colourful.
Very powerful and an enigmatic ending.
Never has lying been so compelling yet so compassionate.
I enjoyed it but don’t think I understood it all.
Absolutely brilliant and so moving.
What a complex web we weave when we practise to deceive.