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“The Empire”, by Bruno Dumont: what is this UFO halfway between “Stars Wars” and “P’tit Quinquin”?

2024-02-20T15:51:11.638Z

Highlights: “The Empire”, by Bruno Dumont: what is this UFO halfway between “Stars Wars” and “P’tit Quinquin”?. Lightsaber fights… but filmed in front of beet fields. Imposing spaceships that suddenly land in the heart of the Pas-de-Calais countryside. Spatiotemporal faults which materialize off a beach in the English Channel. This is what spectators can expect by purchasing a ticket for “Empire” in theaters this Wednesday, February 21.


Combining social naturalism in Boulogne lands and galactic confrontation, the new film by Bruno Dumont, which hires inhabitants of the r


Lightsaber fights… but filmed in front of beet fields.

Imposing spaceships that suddenly land in the heart of the Pas-de-Calais countryside.

Spatiotemporal faults which materialize off a beach in the English Channel.

This is what spectators can expect by purchasing a ticket for “Empire”, by Bruno Dumont, in theaters this Wednesday, February 21.

An extraordinary film, a delirious UFO which takes place today around a village near Boulogne-sur-Mer (Pas-de-Calais), a region dear to its author-director.

In this uneventful hamlet, everyone – farmer, fisherman, idle young person, etc. – goes about their seemingly very mundane activities more or less peacefully.

Only in appearance, because we quickly discover that some of the villagers have their bodies “inhabited” by two enemy extraterrestrial entities, the “Zeros” and the “Ones”.

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Source: leparis

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