Ah, those Frenchmen: ‘Toujours l’amour’!
The winner of the 65th Cannes Film Festival is Michael Haneke’s apparently very moving marriage drama Amour, starring acting legends Emmanuel Riva and Jean-Luis Trintignant. The choice of the film was not unexpected, as it was unanimously praised by…Continue
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Et de deux! After The White Ribbon in 2010, Amour gives Austrian Director Michael Haneke his second Palme d'Or. Although the movie did divide French critics it was largely praised by Cannes' international audience.…Continue
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After four days made of eclectic movies, brief encounters (but of the Third Kind), tasty Provence food and unpredictable Provence (?) weather, we are now back from Cannes! To those of you I could see, it was a real pleasure to either meet you or see you again. To the others the good news is: I will…Continue
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We? Oh! Nothing, we just paid a short visit to world' little famous Cannes Film Festival. More about it…Continue
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SylC is going to Cannes! Meet us there, May 21.-25.
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*Goodbye the dwarf, ndt
This is the end. French vote has given rise to many parody visuals and comments inspired from the movie world- a few of them going viral as relayed on the web2.0 by social media society observers and trend…Continue
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