New DVD releases for may!

You're sleeping Nicole Gerontophilia The Voice of
the Shadow
French Women Love is a
perfect crime
Yves Saint Laurent

You're sleeping Nicole

Making the most of the family home while her parents are away, Nicole, 22, is enjoying a peaceful summer with her best friend Véronique. When Nicole’s older brother shows up with his band to record an album, the girls’ friendship is put to the test. Their vacation takes an unexpected turn, punctuated by a heatwave, Nicole’s growing insomnia, and the persistent courtship of a 10-year-old boy. You’re Sleeping Nicole takes a humorous look at the beginning of adulthood and all its possibilities.


18-year-old Lake has a sweet activist girlfriend, but one day, he discovers he has an unusual attraction for the elderly. Fate conspires to land him at a job at a nursing home where he develops a tender relationship with Mr. Peabody. Lake decides to wean Mr. Peabody off his medication and help him escape, resulting in a humorous and heartfelt road trip that strengthens their bond. The always provocative Bruce LaBruce is back with a new romantic comedy (of sorts).

The Voice of a Shadow

Marie-Hélène and Thomas have been lovers for five years. When he sinks into coma after an accident, Marie-Hélène visits his every day... Convinced that he can hear her, she tells him all about the people she meets and photographs in the streets. Day by day, she weaves a thread in his mind that will become his lifeline to memory and creativity.

French Women

Paris. The first 28 days of Spring. 11 women. Mothers, businesswomen, girlfriends, mistresses, wives... Each represents a facet of the modern woman: Complex, joyful, hung up, explosive, sassy, surprising... In short, endlessly paradoxical, completely confused absolutely alive, simply WOMEN!

Love is a perfect crime

Marc, a University professor and serial ladies’ man, finds his life spinning out of control when his brightest student and latest conquest, disappears. Things become even more complicated when Marc meets Anna, a woman searching for answers but with secrets of her own.

Yves Saint Laurent

Paris, 1957. 21-year-old Yves Saint Laurent was unexpectedly called upon to oversee the legendary Paris fashion house established by the recently deceased Christian Dior. During Saint Laurent’s ground-breaking show, he met with another fate when introduced to Pierre Bergé. Three years later, the two founded the YSL Company. In spite of his obsessions and his private demons, Yves Saint Laurent was about to revolutionize the world of fashion with his modern and iconoclastic approach.