The rich array of tv series – right now, for instance, ”Billions”, ”Killing Eve” and ”Bosch” – makes it easy to forget the movies you actually want to see.
Funny, then, that Olivier Assayas charming dramakomedi ”Between the lines” go left on several of the city's cinemas. I was tempted when I read Helena Lindblad positive review a few weeks ago (DN 11/4).
is perfect in the spring, in addition, takes place in the world of culture, where the old critical ideals in a book publishing collide with the new market of digital logic. Google hits Paris! The algorithms are forcing a new start in professional life – and put deep, even tracks private.
Juliette Binoche plays an actress who took a break from theatre to do a polisserie for tv. Her husband (Guillaume Canet) is a publisher of the publisher and is forced to reluctantly save the economy with hot commercial titles and new thinking.
the internet corporation for assigned names and esteterna surar, of course. Posted for the hilarious conversations and express quibbling. On the streets and squares, bustling bistro or private dining.
to see a light-hearted movie where the director tells a story about the contemporary dilemmas without being over-stated handlingsdriven or dramatic, not unlike an updated sedekomedi. Between the lines is all business not about money.
Very French – but more fun than it usually is. To it helps the new find, the comedian Nora Hamzawi, who plays a hardened wife of Vincent Macaignes strulande author. He that fetches all the scandalous romanstoff from their own furry lives, but of course they call it fiction.
the Fun that the Swedish culture holds its own in France; Lars Norén mentions and Ingmars Bergman's ”winter light” is quoted. No scandinavian detective novel here!
”Between the lines” on the same list as Mike Nichols, ”Wolf”, and Nora Ephrons ”You have mail”. Entertaining work about a cultural transition.
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