Tuesday, 24 February 2009

paris






Okay, so it's not really breaking down too many stereotypes about life in Paris. But it is a beautiful film to lose yourself in for a couple of hours. And I have the biggest crush on Juliette Binoche - I'll definitely be writing more about her soon seeing as I've just learnt that's she's released a book of her paintings and poems, and is in Sydney at the moment with her dance performance show: is there anything this woman can't do!!!

So, back to the film - it follows the lives of 10 characters from a social worker - Binoche - to an African immigrant. It's not ground-breaking cinema but it is competently put together - shot, edited and written well. Well worth a night on the couch.

5 comments:

katiecrackernuts said...

Will do. Would love to see her dance performance. Ooooh. I see you've just read People of the Book. Good? I really enjoyed it and have loaned my copy out a couple of times. Oryx and Crake - magnificent.

Natalie Walton said...

Bit of gossip - a friend of Real Living's style director Jason Grant is doing Binoche's makeup while in town and says she's lovely - more reason to admire her!

Yes, enjoyed People of the Book. Not as much as Year of Wonders but more than March. Oryx and Crake is still three-quarters finished, I'm afraid. I'm not enjoying it as much the second time around. I guess the surprise element is gone.

Opi said...

You're not wrong, Very pretty Movie.

lorraine pennington said...

I just saw the movie Paris last night I liked it . I liked the dancing

lorraine pennington said...

I just saw the movie Paris last night I liked it . I liked the dancing

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