‘Paris, 13th District’ is sexy French rom com with diverse cast, says critic

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Makita Samba plays “Camille” and Lucie Zhang plays “Émilie” in Jacques Audiard’s “Paris, 13th District.” Courtesy of IFC Films.

Critics review new film releases: “Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore,” in which Professor Albus Dumbledore relies on a new team to prevent Gellert Grindelwald from taking over J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World; “Father Stu,” about an agnostic man who starts attending church to win over a Sunday school teacher he met in a supermarket, then realizes he’s meant for priesthood; “Paris, 13th District,” which is adapted from the graphic novels of Japanese American cartoonist Adrian Tomine, and it’s about four people who fall in and out of love with each other; and “Dual,” about a woman who tries destroying her clone. 

Credits

Guests:

  • Shawn Edwards - award-winning film critic for FOX-TV in Kansas City, co-founder of the African American Film Critics Association
  • Katie Walsh - film reviewer for the Tribune News Service and the Los Angeles Times - @katiewalshstx

Host:

Michell Eloy