Movies on the Big Screen as They Were Meant To Be Seen.
Dir: Nicolas Provost
“Amadou (Issaka Sawadogo), a swaggering bull of a man, makes his way from an unspecified African country to work illegally in Europe. He finds a tough construction job in Brussels…Amadou is a man on the make, both financial and sexually, so it isn’t long before he’s engaged in a steamy affair with Agnès (Stefania Rocca), a sophisticated, white European woman. When this liaison turns sour, Amadou’s fortunes quickly deteriorate. A chap who has previously been a potentially model EU citizen - hard-working, caring, conscientious, intelligent, resourceful - spirals into bloodshed and murder…Slickly accomplished and anchored by an outstanding central performance by the imposing Sawadogo, this offbeat picture will be a surefire talking point at festivals, especially those also showing Steve McQueen’s SHAME, with which it happens to share certain key thematic and visual parallels.” - The Hollywood Reporter. In French with English subtitles.