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Merad is hysterically funny as possibly the world's worst impressionist, who temporarily aligns himself with Galapiat's Fascist movement. In just her second film role after Les Deux Mondes, Arnezeder is a stand out with a wonderful voice and looks to die for.
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The muted vintage look comes from Tom Stern, the cinematographer who gave most of Clint Eastwood's recent films the.
Jugnot, who starred in the director's 2004 hit Les Choristes, gives the movie its heart and soul. We know from the opening scene that he's accused of murder, but his victim and the circumstances are unclear until the final denouement. Adidas Superstar Maroon Stripes
(Clovis Cornillac) to reopen the theatre in an uneasy partnership with Galapiat. After a disastrous opening, the joint gets a boost with the arrival of sexy young chantoosie Douce (stunning newcomer Nora Arnezeder). Galapiat has designs on Douce, who is attracted to the brash Milou. There are some poignant moments, particularly in the heartache Pigoil endures without his son, and in a sub plot involving Douce and a character named Max (Pierre Richard), who's known as the Radio Man because he's spent 20 years in his flat, with only the radio Adidas Superstar White Black And Gold
for company, until he ends his self imposed exile. But too often, just as the tension builds, Barratier throws the switch to vaudeville.
Donnadieu is suitably menacing as Galapiat, while Cornillac exudes charisma as the ladies' man/political agitator. There are echoes here of Moulin Rouge!, although this film is far Adidas Superstar Gold Stripes less pretentious or self consciously 'arty," and the characters are far more believable. There are some marvelous songs by Reinhardt Wagner and Frank Thomas, and a knock out production number that would have been right at home in an MGM musical. The film drips with clichs guys sporting berets and droopy moustaches, accordions tinkling away, shots of the Eiffel Tower but that's forgivable in a homage to some of the great French films of the 1930s and '40s.