'For me, cinema is where we can speak to our own fragility and vulnerability': Mikhaël Hers discusses <em>Amanda</em>
Mikhaël Hers talks about his approach to tragedy in Amanda, which follows a young girl and her uncle as they reckon with the consequences of a terrorist attack. The film is screening in the Rendez-Vous with French Cinema festival at Lincoln Centre in NYC on March 9. Vincent Lacoste and Isaure Multrier in Mikhaël Hers' Amanda If terrorist attacks are becoming more frequent in Europe cities, they are no less shocking to the sense of safety shared by most people who build their lives there. Mikhaël Hers’ Amanda looks at this particular situation from a resolutely individual, human-sized perspective. Rather