80's pop icon Gilles Gabriel is about to make a comeback in the French music scene, until he accidentally hits Ranu, a slightly nutty accountant, when out driving one day. Both are horrified to realise that Gilles died in the crash, and that his spirit now lives in Ranu's head! The kooky accountant's life soon becomes chaos!
- Stars:Ananda Everingham, Florence Faivre, Andrew Lin, Karen Mok, Daniel Auteuil, Alain Chabat, Marina Foïs, François Damiens, Denis Maréchal, Édith Le Merdy, Fred Tousch, Bastiaan Cornelisse, Christian Van Raaijen, Siewert Van Dijk, Rodolphe Blanchet, Randolph Toom, Mathilde Wambergue, Bruno Vatin, Philippe Chaine,
- Director:Nicolas Charlet, Bruno Lavaine,
- Writer:Nicolas Charlet (screenwriter), Bruno Lavaine (screenwriter)
Ranu, a shy accountant, suddenly discovers a completely opposite personality living in his head: 80's singer Gilles Gabriel. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(nl) wrote: i had no idea they had a second one of these until i stumbled upon it -- & this one isn't bad; i can't decide it i like it more or less than the first. this one was certainly less sexual than the first so that was refreshing. there's also a 2.5 but i don't recommend that one. the shorts weren't that great & they were all the letter "M" so that was boring. i think half the fun is trying to figure out what the letter is going to stand for whilst watching the short.
(kr) wrote: A brilliant insight into the work of British photojournalist Don McCullin who has walked his life hand in hand with tragedy and conflict. So prevalent was McCullin's coverage as a war photographer, that this documentary is as much a history of conflict in the '60s and '70s as it is about the man himself.As a man he is very considered and forthright. He has obviously battled with the ethics of his art; he is a humanist and staunchly anti-war in his politics. His photos are predominantly of the victims of war. Some of the images are absolutely crushing and I was moved to tears in several places.As a documentary it serves to tell the story of the artist behind the photos, and it does this through a simple mix of interviews, title cards providing context, and close-ups of McCullin's photographs. The narrative is fairly by-the-numbers: moving from his early life and education, through his career and to his retirement. However the film never feels generic or bland. It has depth and perspective and I would recommend it to anyone.
(jp) wrote: Wow, no really plot, its a time pass movie and not worth paying money to watch.
(jp) wrote: It is like the Coen brothers meet David Lynch in this depraved, vicious and incredibly gripping festival of sadism that Friedkin puts us through - a spectacular thriller that is both brutal and hilarious in a twisted way, like what he did in his fantastic Bug, also written by Tracy Letts.
(it) wrote: I am going to pass on this one.
(us) wrote: How can you miss when my sweetie, Catherine Deneuve, is in the movie? A taut mystery as Deneuve plays an emotionally ice cold woman who has not gotten over the mystery of her mother leaving the family while she was only a child. Deneuve's adult daughter returns to the family home and rediscovers a hidden diary left by the missing woman and uncovers secrets that Deneuve would prefer not to relive. Beautifully acted as tension fills the air of people who have closed off their emotional self from others but cracks soon begin to appear. A film of nostalgia, broken dreams, fantasized pasts and the loss of trust.
(ag) wrote: it was good, the air battles were neat.
(br) wrote: I expected it to be better...but I guess for that time it was ok...
(it) wrote: My Week with Marilyn captures the aesthetic feel of the 1950s, coupling with a marvelous performance by Michelle Williams, giving voice to the damaged icon of Marilyn Monroe. Williams is convincing when acting out Monroe's signature moves and playful mannerisms, while also brilliantly and subtly showing the dark side of her character hidden behind a thin, fragile veil.