In Aimé Césaire, un homme une terre, Sarah Maldoror paints a portrait of her friend Aimé Césaire, who was a Martinican poet, politician, essayist, activist and one of the founders of the négritude movement, a progressive artistic and political current that defended black culture.
After being humiliated at school for having her first period, Carrie discovers she has telekinetic powers. When the bullying gets out of hand at senior prom, she uses her newly discovered gift against her classmates and teachers, setting in motion a disastrous chain of events.
« À bord d’une bagnole qu’il faut descendre dans le Sud de la France, quatre types se retrouvent coincés ensemble. Tandis que les deux premiers sont propres sur eux et voudraient bien « y » arriver, les deux autres sont légèrement relous, un peu largués, sacrément gouailleurs.
Two goddesses, a pair of beings from the sphere of the sun or the moon and who take the form of women, engage in a strange battle in the bars, hotels, and mystical power-spots of Paris. They fight over the possession of a magical diamond that will allow them to remain on earth.
“[Kimiavi] employed an authorial, surrealist, and avant-gardist style consisting of real people enacting either their own lives or fictionalized versions thereof; the seamless mixing of fantasy and documentary; ironic, humorous, contrastive, and critical juxtapositions of worlds, elements, and s
“For me, this film reveals a new cinematographic language. As far as I know, a director has never committed, with such obstinacy, to the cinematographic representation of a region: that is to say, to the difficult communion between men, landscapes, and the seasons.