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A very discrete hero...The movie begins with a little tale by Jean-Louis Trintignant which end is "the most beautiful life you can live is the one you invent"...A coward provincial leaves his little village at the end of WWII to "make it happen": he wants to be a hero although he cannot join the army. In Paris he meets a real soldier who tells him all about the army. Reading newspapers, he starts to invent his life as a French resistant till he becomes a leading light in the ministry of the army. The photography iand the pace of the film are fantastic. A wonderful script for a beautiful story.
Kasovitz est un brillant acteur dans ce film brillant.
A story about a man who deceives his way into success - in spectacular style and audacity. Kinda muddled, and I've yet to see a film from Audiard that really impressed me.
Ce film est admirablement joue, l'histoire originale et interessante mais... mais j'ai pas accroche, voila, les temoignages sont superflus et compliquent superficiellement la trame. De plus, impossible de ressentir la moindre emotion.
"Les plus belles vies sont celles qu'on s'invente"
Kassovitz parfait (super real ET acteur...), la voix d'Anouk Grinberg, Dupontel fantastique. Et surtout le scenario. En plus j ai decouvert Deniaux grace Ã ce film. Dernier point: j adore le principe selon lequel des enfants heureux donnent des adultes malheureux car forcement decu de la vie..Avec Requiem c'est le seul film que j'ai vu 2fois de suite au cinÃ© (fan je vous dis...lol)
Set in France at the end of World War II Albert Dehousse finds out his father wasn't a war hero and his mother is a collaborator. He leaves his wife and goes to Paris. Gradually he inveigles himself with the resistance movement. They trust him and he helps them trace collaborators.
Generally humourous; with irregular narrative. A convincing Mathieu Kassovitz.
A thoroughly enjoyable film, hilarious and not mere fluff. The interviews add a playful touch of 'realism'.
Like Amelie, but not as good.
voila ce qu on appelle un film intelligent, a voir absolument