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Cinema screenings

Find the list of cinema screenings in Haute Sarthe Alpes Mancelles.

Please note that all films are broadcast in French with no subtitles (unless otherwise specified).

May 2024 cinema screenings

Chien et Chat

Young audience screening

 

French adventure film by Reem Kherici – 1h26

With Franck Dubosc, Reem Kherici, Philippe Lacheau

Diva, a famous cat and star of social networks, and Chichi, a street dog, lose their respective masters. This is the start of a crazy journey between Montreal and New York, with humans on one side having lost track of their pets, and the animals on the other, left to their own devices to find their masters…

Thursday, May 2nd at 3pm
Salle André Voisin in Fresnay-sur-Sarthe
5€

La Promesse verte

 

French drama by Edouard Bergeon – 2h04

With Alexandra Lamy, Félix Moati, Sofian Khammes

In a bid to save her son Martin, unjustly condemned to death in Indonesia, Carole embarks on an unequal battle against the palm oil companies responsible for deforestation and powerful industrial lobbies.

Monday, May 6th at 8:30pm
Salle André Voisin in Fresnay-sur-Sarthe
5€

Les Explorateurs : l’aventure fantastique

Young audience screening

 

German-Argentinian animated film – 1h27

Alfonso, Arthur and Victoria are three explorers in search of great adventures. But what if they suddenly found themselves with some unlikely secret agents hot on their trail? What if a magical storm were to devastate their home? What if zany rabbits, dragons and flying machines were in the mix? Let’s set off on an incredible mission!

Friday, May 10th at 3:30pm
Salle Loisirs et Culture in Beaumont-sur-Sarthe

5,50€

Nous, les Leroy

 

French comedy by Florent Bernard – 1h43

With Charlotte Gainsbourg, José Garcia, Lily Aubry

Sandrine Leroy tells her husband Christophe she wants a divorce. Their children will soon be old enough to leave home. In a last-ditch effort as audacious as it is implausible, Christophe organizes a weekend to save his marriage: a trip through the key places in their family’s history. It’s a trip that’s not going to be easy…

Friday, May 10th at 8:30pm
Salle Loisirs et Culture in Beaumont-sur-Sarthe

5,50€

Les Rois de la Piste

 

French comedy-drama by Thierry Klifa – 1h56

With Fanny Ardant, Mathieu Kassovitz, Laetitia Dosch

Rachel, a sort of Ma Dalton, has raised her sons Sam and Jérémie, and grandson Nathan, in the cult of conning. From a series of botched schemes to a series of petty thefts, this friendly family is always on the lookout for a big score. Luck or fate, during a burglary, they steal a painting by Tamara de Lempicka, without knowing its value. Céleste, a shrewd and charming detective, and Gauthier, her faithful sidekick, set off in pursuit…

Saturday, May 11th at 8:30pm
Salle André Voisin in Fresnay-sur-Sarthe

5€

Heureux gagnants

 

French comedy by Maxime Govare and Romain Choay – 1h43

With Audrey Lamy, Fabrice Eboué, Anouk Grinberg

1 chance in 19 million. More likely to be hit by a meteorite than to win the lottery. For our lucky winners, the dream quickly turns into a nightmare, and their lives shatter in a spectacular display of black comedy and thrills.

Sunday, May 12th at 5pm
Salle André Voisin in Fresnay-sur-Sarthe
5€

Boléro

 

French biopic by Anne Fontaine – 2h

With Raphaël Personnaz, Doria Tillier, Jeanne Balibar

In 1928, while Paris was living to the rhythm of the Roaring Twenties, dancer Ida Rubinstein commissioned Maurice Ravel to write the music for her next ballet. Tetanized and lacking inspiration, the composer leafed through the pages of his life – the failures of his debut, the fracture of the Great War, the impossible love he felt for his muse Misia Sert… Ravel then plunged into the depths of himself to create his universal work, the Bolero.

Monday, May 20th at 8:30pm
Salle André Voisin in Fresnay-sur-Sarthe

5€

Comme un fils

 

French drama by Nicolas Boukhrief – 1h42

With Vincent Lindon, Karole Rocher, Stefan Virgil Stoica

Jacques Romand is a teacher who has lost his vocation. Witnessing a mugging in a local grocery store, he helps arrest one of the thieves: 14-year-old Victor. But when Jacques discovers the plight of this out-of-school boy forced to steal in order to survive, he does everything in his power to help this youngster who has gone down such a bad path. Even if it means confronting those who exploit him. By fighting Victor’s own reluctance to offer him a better future, Jacques will change his own destiny…

Monday, May 27th at 8:30pm
Salle André Voisin in Fresnay-sur-Sarthe

5€

June 2024 cinema screenings

Borgo

 

French drama by Stéphane Demoustier – 1h58

With Hafsia Herzi, Moussa Mansaly, Louis Memmi

Melissa, 32, an experienced prison guard, moves to Corsica with her two young children and her husband. The opportunity for a fresh start. She joins the staff of a prison that’s not quite like any other. Here, it is said that it is the prisoners who watch over the guards. Melissa’s integration is facilitated by Saveriu, an influential young inmate who places her under his protection. But once released, Saveriu gets back in touch with Melissa. He has a favor to ask of her… A pernicious mechanism is set in motion.

Saturday, June 1st at 8:30pm
Salle André Voisin in Fresnay-sur-Sarthe
5€

Karaoké

 

French comedy by Stéphane Ben Lahcene – 1h29

With Michèle Laroque, Claudia Tagbo, David Mora

After an evening full of excess, Bénédicte, a famous opera singer, sees her career crumble. Fatou, a karaoke enthusiast, is the only one to offer her a helping hand. She has an idea: convince Bénédicte to take part in the big national karaoke contest. The perfect vocal mastery of one and the tenacity of the other could well create sparks and take them very far.

Sunday, June 2nd at 5pm
Salle André Voisin in Fresnay-sur-Sarthe
5€

N’avoue jamais

 

French comedy by Ivan Calbérac – 1h34

With André Dussollier, Sabine Azéma, Thierry Lhermitte

After 50 years of marriage, François Marsault, a retired general, is still madly in love with his wife Annie. When he discovers that she cheated on him 40 years earlier, his blood runs cold. To clear his name, there’s only one solution: leave her and go off manu militari to find Boris, his former lover, and smash his face in. But at her age, it’s not that simple…

Friday, June 7th at 8:30pm
Salle Loisirs et Culture in Beaumont-sur-Sarthe
5,50€

La Nouvelle Femme

 

French-Italian historical drama by Léa Todorov – 1h39

With Jasmine Trinca, Leïla Bekhti, Rafaëlle Sonneville-Caby

In 1900, Lili d’Alengy, a famous Parisian courtesan, has a shameful secret – her daughter Tina, born with a handicap. Unwilling to deal with a child who threatens her career, she decides to leave Paris for Rome. There, she meets Maria Montessori, a medical doctor who is developing a revolutionary learning method for children then known as “deficient”. But Maria was also hiding a secret: a child born out of wedlock. Together, the two women will help each other win their place in this man’s world and make history.

Monday, June 10th at 8:30pm
Salle André Voisin in Fresnay-sur-Sarthe
5€

Pas de vagues

 

Franco-Belgian drama by Teddy Lussi-Modeste – 1h32

With François Civil, Shaïn Boumedine, Bakary Kebe

Julien is a middle-school teacher. Young and strong-willed, he tries to bond with his class by taking a few students under his wing, including the shy Leslie. This preferential treatment is frowned upon by some of his classmates, who suspect the teacher of other intentions. Julien is accused of harassment. Rumors spread. The teacher and his pupil both find themselves caught in a spiral. But with the school in danger of going up in flames, there’s only one watchword: no waves…

Monday, June 17th at 8:30pm
Salle André Voisin in Fresnay-sur-Sarthe

5€

Un p’tit truc en plus

 

French comedy by Artus – 1h39

With Artus, Clovis Cornillac, Alice Belaïdi

To escape the police, a son and his father on the run are forced to take refuge in a summer camp for young adults with disabilities, posing as a resident and his special educator. It’s the start of a rollercoaster ride and a wonderful human experience that will change them forever.

Saturday, June 22nd at 8:30pm
Salle André Voisin in Fresnay-sur-Sarthe
5€

N’avoue jamais

 

French comedy by Ivan Calbérac – 1h34

With André Dussollier, Sabine Azéma, Thierry Lhermitte

After 50 years of marriage, François Marsault, a retired general, is still madly in love with his wife Annie. When he discovers that she cheated on him 40 years earlier, his blood runs cold. To clear his name, there’s only one solution: leave her and go off manu militari to find Boris, his former lover, and smash his face in. But at her age, it’s not that simple…

Sunday, June 23rd at 5pm
Salle André Voisin in Fresnay-sur-Sarthe
5€

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