A highlight of the cultural calendar in Hong Kong is always Le French May – a 2-month-long arts festival that runs the gamut of Music, Dance, Theatre and, of course, Film. This year the organisers have put together something particularly mouth-watering with their programme entitled “NOIR – A Film Noir Retrospective Bridging France and Hong Kong”. Not only does the festival feature a panorama of the best French crime movies from the last decade – opening tonight with Jacques Audiard’s fantastic prison drama UNE PROPHETE – it also includes a selection of classics from masters of the genre such as Jean-Pierre Melville, Bertrand Tavernier and Claude Chabrol.

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