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Ariel Kleiman’s moody thriller PARTISAN (2015) is film of the week at The Montpelier’s Back Room Cinema from Sunday 7th February.
On the edge of a crumbling city, 11-year-old Alexander (Jeremy Chabriel) lives in a sequestered commune alongside other children, their mothers, and charismatic leader, Gregori (Vincent Cassel). 126 more words
In Monty Python’s election sketch, the renowned British comedy team explored the binary nature of modern politics, staging a comic election in which a ‘sensible’ party composed of regular politicians competed in an election race against a ‘silly’ party comprised primarily of clowns. 699 more words
2015’s Partisan follows a cult of single mothers and their children who have been charmed and raised by the charismatic Gregori (Vincent Cassel). At first this cult, hidden away in a high rise wasteland, seems to be a safe haven for the women and their children who have felt so abandoned by the outer world. 395 more words