Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Ciné Midi (mars 2011)

"Paris je t'aime" Tuesday 03/15

Love generation. This film sets up a succession of scenes in different quarters of Paris. Short love stories, hidden, undeclared or even revealed are carried on by lots of different actors such as Fanny Ardant, Leila Bekhti (who just won a Cesar for her role in another French film) Natalie Portman, Juliette Binoche, Ludivine Sagnier or Gerard Depardieu.

" "Paris je t'aime", c'est au fond une déclaration d'amour au cinéma.", Telerama

" "Paris, je t'aime", is basically a love declaration to cinema",

"Il y en a pour tous les goûts (...) Et au pire, pour chaque spectateur, il y a des passages anodins et oubliables, mais jamais d'exaspération ni d'ennui.", Positif

"There are stories for each taste (...) And for each spectator, there are trivial and unforgettable parts, but never exasperation or boredom.",

"La Bicyclette Bleue" part 1 Tuesday 03/22
part 2 Tuesday 03/29

1939. Léa Delmas (Leaticia Casta) lived in Montillac with her family in a vinyard next to Bordeaux. The war bean in the middle of this happiness and soon came chaos. Léa must affront the debacle, the exodus, the Nazi occupation, the fragility of feelings and death. In defiance of lots of dangers, she will choose the Resistance against the Occupation. Her youth, her courage and her ardor will enable her to fight for life and for her own amazing destiny.