Olivier Assayas ('Personal Shopper', 'The Clouds of Sils Maria') returns with the well-read comedy-drama 'Non Fiction' - exclusively in cinemas and on Curzon Home Cinema this month. Here he reignites the Paris of the early '70s and his own youth in this moving and nostalgic drama.
After the May '68 protests, revolution is still in the air. Gilles and his friends are part of a radical group intent on causing havoc. However, issues of personal responsibility and the role of idealism cause them to question their actions and future plans. The film features another excellent performance by Lola Créton ('Goodbye First Love', 'Bluebeard').
★★★★ Joshua Rothkopf, Time Out
★★★★★ "This might just be Assayas' masterpiece" - Wally Hammond, Little White Lies