how large retailers are adapting?

how large retailers are adapting?

Thanks to his communication strategy, Leclerc won a majority of the market shares. But the other major retail players are stepping up their efforts to stay competitive. The purchasing power of the French is largely influenced by inflation, which reached 5.2% year-on-year according to INSEE in May, according to INSEE. Prices are rising, especially in … Read more

Iran condemns ‘biased and political’ choice of Cannes Film Festival

Actress Zar Amir Ebrahimi won the Best Actress Award for her role in The nights of Mashhad, a choice that deeply displeased his country of origin, seen as an affront to the beliefs of the Shiites. Iran on Monday (May 30) denounced the “biased and political” praise of the Cannes Film Festival Nights of Mashhad … Read more

Zar Amir Ebrahimi, Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival

The actress is being rewarded for her role as a journalist investigating crimes committed against prostitutes by a serial killer Nights of Mashhad (Holy Spider)† A ruthless portrait of the country she had to leave. Iranian actress Zar Amir Ebrahimi, who had to leave Iran for France in 2008 after a sex scandal, was awarded … Read more

the crimes of David Cronenberg and the jogging of Nicolas Sarkozy

DAY 8 – The sulphurous filmmaker presents The crimes of the future. Édouard Baer plays the ballet masters while the former president makes his bodyguards sweat. A sensation spreads on the Croisette. This is goosebumps. What should we think of this Future Crimes by Cronenberg, which received a six-minute ovation when it premiered at the … Read more

those who love Chéreau do not take the train with Jaoui

DAY 7 – The actress and director of Taste of others rewinds his career on stage and then behind the camera, with a stainless candor. You have to know how to say goodbye. In almond trees, Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi, presented in an official competition, tells about the short-lived theater school in Nanterre where Patrice Chéreau taught. … Read more

“The West doesn’t understand Islam,” said Swedish director Tarik Saleh

The filmmaker presented to festival-goers boy from heaven, a political-religious thriller inspired by Name of the rose and takes place around the Islamic University of al-Azhar, in Cairo. †The West is both obsessed with Islam and at the same time doesn’t understand this religion at allAFP told director Tarik Saleh on Saturday, whose film Boy … Read more

Don’t cut!, the Japanese phenomenon that inspired Michel Hazanavicius

Big Japanese success in 2018, the amazing horror comedy offers less of a gory rendition of zombies than a surprise love letter to the cinema. The French reinterpretation is shown as the opening film of the 75and edition of the festival. A young woman, with her back in the corner of a room, her bloodstained … Read more

Has the Cannes Film Festival fallen in love with gore?

After the coronation of blood Titanium† Snow! who opens the festivities and Future Crimes will test the Croisette’s nerves. A year after the Palme d’Or in Titanium Cyberpunk bombshell, gory and taboo free, David Cronenberg promises to dissect living people in competition: has the Cannes Film Festival fallen in love with blood? Read alsoReview by … Read more