I like to take it easy on Sunday, so much so I tend to call it #SlackerSunday, letting some sort of video do the talking for me. Today's SlackerSunday post is about as slackery as you can get. It's a repeat.
I really do love seeing trailers for American and English films in French. While the notion of one actor dubbing the voice of another is a trifle bizarre, it’s quite the art in France. We talked a bit about the art of dubbing films in French in my post The Hunger Games: The Lowdown on Dubbing.
I read and loved this book in English but I gather it has a whole host of international fans. Me Before You starring Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin, directed by Thea Sharrock and based on the book by Jojo Moyes is set for release on June 3rd. So is Avant Toi.
And especially for those of you stopping by from Paulita Kincer’s Dreaming of France meme, ici la bande annonce en français for Avant Toi. Has anyone read the French translation of Moyes’ book?