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Berlinale honors sci-fi parody “L'Empire”.

2024-02-24T19:32:20.263Z

Highlights: Berlinale honors sci-fi parody “L'Empire’s” jury prize. French director Bruno Dumont pokes fun at common science fiction stories in his film. It tells the story of the struggle between two worlds from the depths of space that want to ensure their survival on earth in a French fishing village. The film by Dumont received the jury prize on Saturday evening. The Berlinale runs until February 24, 2024. For more information, visit the Berlinale website.



As of: February 24, 2024, 8:18 p.m

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The Berlinale honors the science fiction parody “L'Empire”.

The film by French director Bruno Dumont received the jury prize on Saturday evening.

Dumont (65) pokes fun at common science fiction stories in his film.

It tells the story of the struggle between two worlds from the depths of space that want to ensure their survival on earth in a French fishing village.

Source: merkur

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