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ROJEK meets incarcerated members of the Islamic State, and their wives detained in prison camps, from all over the world and sharing a common ideal: to establish a caliphate. Confronted with the fundamentalist beliefs of the jihadists, the film attempts to trace the beginning, the rise and the fall of the Islamic State (IS) through their personal stories. These conversations constitute the common thread of the documentary through which various sequences describing post-war Syrian Kurdistan intertwine. ROJEK offers an intimate look at an unknown reality, bearing witness to pivotal moments experienced by the actors of this conflict. The film discusses how this ideological war is only the beginning of a new threat.


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Ciné-Club -La salle des profs

Original version with French subtitles. Germany. 2023. 95 min. (G) With Leonie Benesch, Michael Klammer, Rafael Stachowiak. Carla Nowak investigates a series of thefts in the teachers' lounge at the school where she teaches. Soon, the whole school is shaken by her discoveries. "A scenario that skilfully blends social allegory and anxiety-inducing thriller. Relentless direction, with exemplary editing. Flawless acting, dominated by the hyper-sensitive Leonie Benesch". (George Privet, Mediafilm)


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Ciné-club : RÙ

Canada (Quebec). 2023. 116 min (G ) With Chloé Djandji, Chantal Thuy, Karine Vanasse, Patrice Robitaille. After a perilous sea crossing and a harrowing stay in a refugee camp in Malaysia, young Vietnamese Tinh and her family arrive in Quebec, where they begin their new life. Thanks to a warm welcome from everyone, including the family who sponsors them, Tinh slowly adapts to her new reality. She overcomes her shyness to learn a new language, discover a new culture and adapt to a new life in Quebec. "At the dawn of the holiday season, RU, which means "to cradle" in Vietnamese, lands on the cultural landscape like a long, comforting embrace." (Léa Harvey, Le Soleil)


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Ciné-club : Les chambres rouges

Canada (Quebec). 2023. 118 min. (13+) With Juliette Gariépy, Laurie Babin, Maxwell McCabe Lokos. Kelly-Anne wakes up every morning at the courthouse gates to secure her place in the high-profile trial of Ludovic Chevalier, a serial killer she's obsessed with. As the days go by, the young woman forms a bond with another groupie, which momentarily lifts her out of her suffocating solitude. "Hard-hitting, confronting, poignant and downright memorable... With LES CHAMBRES ROUGES, Quebec-born filmmaker Pascal Plante delivers a devilishly effective psychological thriller that leaves us breathless and shaken." (Bruno Lapointe, Le Journal de Montréal)