Sino-American epic "The Great Wall" transports us to 12th century China as Matt Damon plays a mercenary on the hunt for gunpowder. Film critic Lisa Nesselson tells us why this special effects spectacle is also a feminist tale.
Meanwhile, Ethan Hawke impresses in a biopic of the tortured jazz trumpeter Chet Baker, "Born to be blue".
Sean Penn’s "The Last Face" sets a love story amid war-torn countries but the humanitarian thriller fails to impress the critics.
And we take a look at the best of Chinese cinema, as the Cinémathèque Française screens a selection of releases from the beginning of this century.