FILM Passe ton bac d’abord Maurice Pialat, 1978, 86’ Maurice Pialat: This isn’t cinéma-vérité. That doesn’t exist. Everything is always reconstituted. The only truth of the cinema is what’s filmed with sincerity; there’s authenticity there. FILM Loulou Maurice Pialat, 1980, 110’ Nelly, a restless middle-class girl abandons her bourgeois friends and a steady relationship for the unemployed, leather-clad layabout, Loulou. Which part of French cinema’s heritage do you feel you have the most in common with? FILM Van Gogh Maurice Pialat, 1991, 158’ A look at the last 60 days of Van Gogh’s life. After leaving the asylum, he settles in the home of Doctor Gachet, an art lover and patron.