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The Stars of Cannes 2017: Exclusive Interviews with Juliette Binoche, Mathieu Amalric & Jeanne Balibar
In French director Claire Denis's latest drama, Un beau soleil intérieur (Let the Sunshine In), the opening scene is a close-up of Isabelle (Juliette Binoche), her eyes closed in dreamy sexual rapture. She's in bed with her lover, an arrogant, married
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Four films with Daniel Craig taking on the iconic role of James Bond are collected in this special release tailor-made for lovers of action movies. Craig stars in CASINO ROYALE, QUANTUM OF SOLACE, SKYFALL and SPECTRE, a quartet of films that helped update the Bond character for the 21st century by eschewing some of the camp of the earlier installments in the long-running series and instead focusing on the grittier side of being a special agent for MI6. Acclaimed actors Javier Bardem, Christoph Waltz, Mads Mikkelsen, and Mathieu Amalric take on scene-chewing villainous roles in the films included here. Also making appearances in this collection are Judi Dench, Ralph Fiennes, Jeffrey Wright, Monica Bellucci, Eva Green, Olga Kurylenko, and La Seydoux.
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The former editor-in-chief of French Elle magazine describes the rare stroke to the brain stem he suffered at the age of forty-four that left his mind intact in a nearly totally paralyzed body. Reissue. (A French-language film from Miramax films, directed by Julian Schnabel, releasing December 2007, starring Mathieu Amalric, Emmanuelle Seigner, & Max von Sydow) (Biography & Autobiography) *Author: Bauby, Jean-Dominique/ Leggatt, Jeremy (TRN) *Subtitle: A Memoir of Life in Death *Publication Date: 1998/07/01 *Number of Pages: 131 *Binding Type: Paperback *Language: English *Depth: 0.50 *Width: 5.50 *Height: 8.25
Roger Ebert's Movie Yearbook 2010
FEATURES: GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY: Marvel blasts off with its riskiest movie yet PHIL LORD & CHRISTOPHER MILLER: Go back to college with 22 JUMP STREET CHARLIE'S COUNTRY: Rolf de Heer stakes his claim REAL TO REEL: Great docos about movies CHINA 'THE NEW FRONTIER': The changing face of world cinema. PREVIEWS: PALO ALTO: Teenage dreams LOCKE: Behind the wheel JOE: Ballad of a tough guy PREMIERE: THE HUNGER GAMES: Mockingjay Cannes Film Festival REGULARS: DIRECTORS CUT: Roman Polanski (VENUS IN FURS), Lenny Abrahamson (FRANK), Laurent Tuel (TOUR DE FORCE), Teller (TIM'S VERMEER) FILM FEST FRENZY: Cannes 2014, Melbourne International Film Festival 2014 LOCAL FOCUS: MELBOURNE - Victoria's Secrets; Animation Celebration; Melbourne Resources ACTOR SPOTLIGHT: Chris Lilley ROLE MODEL: Juliette...
Roger Ebert's Movie Yearbook 2010 is the ultimate source for movies, movie reviews, and much more. For nearly 25 years, Roger Ebert's annual collection has been recognized as the preeminent source for full-length critical movie reviews, and his 2010 yearbook does not disappoint. The yearbook includes every review Ebert has written from January 2007 to July 2009. It also includes interviews, essays, tributes, and all-new questions and answers from his Questions for the Movie Answer Man columns. Fans get a bonus feature, too, with new entries to Ebert's Little Movie Glossary. This is the must-have go-to guide for movie fanatics.
Lanie Goodman caught up with the actors behind two of the biggest success stories at this summer’s film festival LET THE SUNSHINE IN Juliette Binoche stars as a middle-aged painter looking for love In French director Claire Denis’s latest drama,... She’s in bed with her lover, an arrogant, married banker (Xavier Beauvois), but the steamy atmosphere quickly veers into comedy when we realise that neither of them is really getting what they want. Vincent puts his expensive suit back on, gazing at his mistress with an inscrutable smile and then exits with a resounding slam of the door. Isabelle’s eyes flicker with a range of contrasting emotions – affection, frustration and hurt – but the pain won’t stop her from seeing him again. In fact, Isabelle, a divorced, fifty-something Parisian artist, is on a merry-go-round of fleeting joys, since the stream of unsuitable men she chooses to love invariably disappoint. She is convinced that the love she so desperately desires is just around the corner. TOUR DE FORCE. Premiered at the Fortnight of Directors during this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Let the Sunshine In was warmly praised by critics, who unanimously hailed Juliette Binoche’s performance as a finely nuanced tour de force. Indeed, the film goes beyond a mere bedroom farce. her portrayal of emotional registers that shift from laughter to tears in the blink of an eye is entirely believable. Initially, director Claire Denis ( Beau Travail , 1999. Les Salauds , 2013) set out to adapt Roland Barthes’s bestselling work, A Lover’s Discourse: Fragments , but soon abandoned the idea. Instead, she drew inspiration from Barthes’s fragmented elliptical sequences as a way of conjuring Isabelle’s episodic dalliances with wholly inappropriate men. The most decisive factor, Denis says, was teaming up with renowned provocatrice and author Christine Angot ( L’Inceste , 1999), who co-wrote the script. The film’s hilarious, acid-laced dialogues were painstakingly respected by all the actors. (“You are charming but my wife is extraordinary,” says Vincent to Isabelle, believing he is paying her a compliment). “I knew I wanted to cast a sensual brunette,” Denis says. “I’ve known Juliette for a long time and even though we’ve never worked together, we both knew this was right for her. She stuck so closely to the script it was amazing – even when she stammers in disbelief with half-words, even quarters of words. “I think we’re all desperate to love,” says Binoche with a smile, perched on the edge of a deep sofa. We’re sitting in a backroom at the UniFrance Pavilion in Cannes, where the 53-year-old actress is holding interviews. “Isabelle’s life is a disaster. As an actor, I always try to find that weak spot, that place where the character has to protect herself from the things that are too painful. In the film, the series of amorous entanglements includes an impetuous actor (Nicolas Duvauchelle), a fellow artist (Bruno Podalydès), her ex-husband (Laurent Grévill) and a stranger she meets on a dance floor (Paul Blain). “The way she gives herself to each man – she throws herself into a possible love until she realises that she can’t stand it any more – ends up putting her into a worse state of confusion. For Binoche, who shot the film in only five weeks, the collaboration with Claire Denis and the crew was an entirely joyous one. “I embraced the film like I embraced all the men in the film. To prepare for the part, Binoche listened to Etta James and in one scene dances alone to James’s celebrated ballad At Last – an ironic counterpoint to Isabelle’s own dogged search for love. One of the high points, she says, was shooting the final scene with Gérard Depardieu (with whom she recently made up after falling out over some comments Depardieu had made about her), who plays a wacky, flirtatious psychic. Torn in a thousand directions, Isabelle seeks his advice, but gets no answers. “The psychic says one thing, then contradicts himself, and she believes it all. At one point in my life, when things weren’t going well, I had a similar experience with a.
Mathieu Amalric - IMDb
Mathieu Amalric, Actor: The Grand Budapest Hotel. Mathieu Amalric was born on October 25, 1965 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, Hauts-de-Seine, France. He is an actor and ...
Mathieu Amalric - Wikipedia
Early life. Amalric was born in Neuilly-sur-Seine, a suburb of Paris, France, the son of journalists Nicole Zand, a literary critic for Le Monde, and Jacques Amalric ...
Mathieu Amalric — Wikipédia
Mathieu Amalric, né le 25 octobre 1965 à Neuilly-sur-Seine, est un acteur et réalisateur français. Comédien éclectique dans ses choix, allant du cinéma d ...