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Expat Cinema : Mars Express

Réalisé parJérémie Périn

Expat Cinema : Mars Express

Réalisé parJérémie Périn
  • LANGUE(S) ORIGINALE(S) FR
  • SOUS-TITRES EN
  • PAYS France
  • Durée 85
  • Prix 9.50 €, 7.50 €, 6.50 €, 6.00 €
  • Ticket modérateur Article 27, Arsène 50
  • Abonnement Carte 5 places Cinema Galeries, UGC Unlimited, Cineville Pass

Introduction

French director Jérémie Périn’s highly accomplished, Japanese-inspired film plunges us into a cyberpunk SF atmosphere with whodunit overtones.

The film is part of the Official Selection of the Cannes and Annecy 2023 festivals.

9ème semaine

Synopsis

In 2200, private investigator Aline Ruby and her android partner Carlos Rivera are hired by a wealthy businessman to track down a notorious hacker. On Mars, they descend to the capital deep into the planet's underbelly, where they discover a dark story about brainfarms, corruption and a missing girl who holds a secret about the robots and threatens to change the universe.

Introduction

French director Jérémie Périn’s highly accomplished, Japanese-inspired film plunges us into a cyberpunk SF atmosphere with whodunit overtones.

The film is part of the Official Selection of the Cannes and Annecy 2023 festivals.

Synopsis

In 2200, private investigator Aline Ruby and her android partner Carlos Rivera are hired by a wealthy businessman to track down a notorious hacker. On Mars, they descend to the capital deep into the planet's underbelly, where they discover a dark story about brainfarms, corruption and a missing girl who holds a secret about the robots and threatens to change the universe.

Jérémie Périn successfully explores the frontier between science-fiction and crime in a thrilling first feature film set against a backdrop of artificial intelligence and Martian colonisation.
CineEuropa
Playing in competition in Annecy after premiering in Cannes, Jérémie Périn’s sci-fi thriller “Mars Express” offers an uncommon spin on modern anxieties — particularly when it comes to AI.
Variety
The team, led by director Jérémie Périn, draws a clear line between the technology of today and the cyberpunk future of « Mars Express. » This is not a case of imagining a wildly different futuristic world that will feel vastly outdated and fake in a few years, but something closer to the world we live in.
Slash Film