La toile se fait écho de la présence de Dégradé – Breizh Film Fund 2014 – à Toronto

Dégradé – Breizh Film Fund 2014 – le premier long-métrage des frères Tarzan et Arab Abu Nasser, après la Semaine de la Critique – Cannes, a fait sa première nord-américaine au Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), sélectionné dans la catégorie Découverte. La 40ème édition du festival s’est tenue du 10 au 20 septembre.

Revue de presse – non exhaustive – suite au passage de Dégradé à Toronto, l’un des plus importants festivals de films au monde !

VARIETY, de Nick Vivarelli
“European Producers Join Middle East Filmmakers to Ride Arab New Wave”

THE MARY SUE, de Lesley Coffin
“[…] It is why the directing debut of twin brothers Tarzan and Arab Nasser feels like such a find…because they aren’t just telling a story about women as a gimmick, they seems genuinely interested in observing and understanding the most intimate moments of their lives. […]”

MOVIE MOVES, de Ulkar Alakbarova
“[…] You will be amazed by the high quality of the film with solid performances from the entire cast, which is, unfortunately, very little known in North America.”

CINEMA AXIS, de Jess Rogers
“[…] What the Nassers succeed in doing is providing a glimpse into what it’s like for women living in a place where most aspects – her hairstyle, her dress, and when all hell breaks loose outside, even her freedom to walk outside – are restricted on various levels. […]”

TORONTO FILM SCENE, de Andrew Parker
“[…] Few filmmakers outside of Quentin Tarantino would allow characters like this to banter and interact as much as they do, but it lends the film on the whole a great deal of authenticity that makes it fly by at a tightly packed 80 minutes. […]”