Entre deux Mondes
In ‘Entre deux Mondes’, director Emmanuel Carrère paints a loving portrait of workers who are invisible to society, but find solidarity in each other, while at the same time fashioning a cutting critique of capitalist exploitation.
‘[Carrère’s film shares] a kinship with the work of the Dardenne brothers and Ken Loach… The film raises a thorny ethical question: is lying and misleading justifiable when the aims are laudable? Is a friendship built on deception even a friendship at all? Binoche is the star and will undoubtedly be the main draw, but it’s an incendiary, scene-dominating turn from newcomer Hélène Lambert that gives the picture its jagged, furious energy.’—Wendy Ide, The Observer