Monday, April 1, 2013

L'ecume des Jours: Ou est la subtitles?

When I posted back in January about L'ecume des Jours - the French film based on the novel written by Boris Vian in 1947,  I couldn't lay my hands on the trailer.

Here it is en francais and ooh la la, Michel Gondry's film is a visual feast. Not so surprising when you think of the imaginative visual world Gondry created for his Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Roman Duris stars as Colin, a well-to-do inventor who falls in love with Chloe (Audrey Tautou). Their problem? Choe becomes ill when a water lily enters her lung and the only cure is to be constantly surrounded by flowers. It's good to see Audrey Tautou look more like a real woman, less a caricature of her iconic Amelie character.
L'ecume des Jours (Mood Indigo for English speaking audiences opens in France on April 24th; we're waiting to see when it will land here in the states. For now at least, none of the trailers come equipped with English subtitles.


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Every Monday Paulita at An Accidental Blogs hosts the Dreaming in France meme; visit to see what other bloggers have posted today. It's a great place for Francophiles to share pictures, stories, travel tips and their love of France with each other. 

3 comments:

  1. A Fan's Cut

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    if you have time then please take a look.

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  2. Wowza. That clip deserves more than a wow. It truly blew my mind. She has to be surrounded by flowers because of the water lily, but in the other scenes, what's up with the feathers? I can't wait for it all to be made clear -- in English. Thanks for playing along. Here’s my Dreaming of France meme

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  3. That looks like an wonderful film. I'm looking forward to it becoming available with English subtitles.

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