Sunday, March 19, 2006

De battre mon coeur s'est arrêté

Jacques Audiard attracted my opinion some time ago, when i came across his following quote: "In essence, my work brings a plus of realism and eliminates the classical story in which you accept the conventions, but don't actually manage to identify yourself with the characters." I really liked the sound of this, and i've considered it a planner's ego ever since.
Since i am so fond of (good) French movies anyway, i was quite familiar with the atmosphere, as well as with the development the movie would offer, and wasn't disappointed at all by any element. Tom Seyr has every chance of following his father's footsteps, into dirty real estate business. However, he's not ready to let go his dream of becoming a pianist, just like his mother, especially since he's offered the chance of an audition, by his mother's agent. Trapped between his father's demands, his love for his best friend's wife and his passion for music, which is enough to turn into the only connection with his Chinese virtuoso teacher, who doesn't know a bit of French, Tom is vividly analysed and portrayed on the screen. Everything in 2005 De battre mon coeur s'est arrêté, winner of 8 César awards, one BAFTA Film Award and a Silver Berlin Bear.


Blogger Inflicted said...

movies suck, animations rule:D

7:58 PM  
Blogger diana said...

i don't totally agree with your statement, but i'm sure gonna go see this

12:04 AM  
Blogger Inflicted said...

check also everything made by:

[alien language]
stiu studiouri excelente de animatie unguresti, cehe, poloneze
si nimic romananesc!!
ce se intampla cu tara astaaa:((
[/alien language]

2:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

je suis d'accord que le film etait nul.....

i agree that the movie wasn't all that great....

6:26 AM  
Blogger bogdan minea said...

fain filmul

7:48 PM  

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