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From 6 May 2021

Delete History Effacer l'historique

Gustave Kervern, Benoît Delépine / France / 2020 / 106 min / English, French

In a provincial suburb, three neighbours are overtaken by new technologies and social media. They decide to fight back against the Big Tech companies. A resolutely analogue and wonderfully ridiculous satire about the digital promised land. 

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Silver Bear winner at the 70th Berlinale.

“An empathetic tribute to those who are ‘left behind’, who hold up a mirror to us all and our perceptions of reality.”
- Berlinale

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