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Two wrongs don't make a right in the tense movie, The Insult

By Rosslyn Hyams

In this month's Cinefile, RFI's Rosslyn Hyams meets Lebanese director Ziad Doueri to talk about his tense movie, The Insult which released on 31 January in France. Miran-sha Na-yik joins in by phone from India to talk about his first feature called Juze (The Child from Goa). Ridley Scott's thriller All the Money in the World caught RFI's Tony Cross' attention this month.

Love smoulders in Cold War and embers refuse to die in L'amour Flou

A compassionately splendid The Happy Prince, in We the Coyotes, LA tests young love

Young men make tough, clear choices in 'Shéhérazade' and 'Sauvage'

Martel's colonial, absurd and splendid 'Zama' and Silver's rare Franco-US coprod 'Thirst Street'

Lav Diaz's dark Season of the Devil, Samuel Collardey's luminous A Polar Year

Cannes Film Festival awards and The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir

Is Gemma Arterton a happy woman; Walid Mattar follows the Northern Wind

The Prayer; The International Paris documentary film festival

A unique look at war in Philippe van Leeuw's In Syria and Raoul Peck's lesser-bearded The Young Karl Marx

Egypt in the foreground and background In the Last Days of the City

Nothingwood - a French filmmaker's take on an Afghan film star

Cannes Film Festival makes space for Andrew Steggall's Departure along with Abel Ferrara's Alive in France