Film show: ‘Lover for a Day’, ‘Strange Birds’ and ‘Cinéma, mon amour’

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    Freshly back from the Cannes Film Festival, France 24 film critic Lisa Nesselson takes us through the best of what’s hitting silver screens this week: from moody, black-and-white relationship drama “Lover for a Day”; to an ode to passion and perseverance in “Cinéma, mon amour”, a Romanian documentary about one man’s struggle to keep his movie theatre from sliding into extinction. Plus, what’s a 50-year age gap between book lovers in Elise Girard’s bittersweet comedy “Strange Birds”?

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