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BEWARE THE BACK CAST- or, More on Jean Dujardin

for the third time now, Pete Tyjas at Eat Sleep Fish asked me to send a little something to be included in issue 41 that came out last week.   297 altre parole

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The French Connection: Both Sides Now

Director/co-writer Cédric Jimenez’s “The Connection,” based on the life/work of a relentless 70s Marseilles magistrate, Pierre Michel (Jean Dujardin), although less compelling than William Friedkin… 277 altre parole


Film Review: The Connection

There’s a lot of fandom on display in The Connection. For genre. For period. For style. In fact, Cédric Jimenez’s latest thriller is so in love with the period it depicts that you can’t help thinking about the works of other famous pulp directors. 519 altre parole


Lights! Camera! Action! Interview with Anna Sherbinina

Films directors always say she’s got the cold beauty of a Hitchcock Blond.  We discovered she’s got a very bright personality, an incredible smile and a brilliant carrier. 1.465 altre parole


The Connection competition

Friday 29 May sees the release of The Connection, starring Oscar winner Jean Dujardin. This high-octane crime drama from young up-and-coming French writer-director Cédric Jimenez is thrilling, stylish filmmaking at its best.  453 altre parole