Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Oscar: “Saint Laurent” represent France – Le Parisien

             Alain Grasset |
             September 22, 2014, 2:18 p.m.
             | Update: 3:45 p.m.


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It’s official. After “Renoir” last year who had not gone beyond the first selection, “Saint Laurent”, the biopic of Bertrand Bonello on the life of the famous French couturier with Gaspard Ulliel in the title role and the Belgian Jeremiah Renier in the skin of his companion Pierre Bergé was chosen to represent France for the Oscar for best foreign film.
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“Saint Laurent”, produced by Eric and Nicolas Altmayer, distributed by EuropaCorp, released in the rooms on Wednesday, says the years 1967-1976 of designer flagships, “decade the richest, the most interesting in terms of mode of life,” according to Bertrand Bonello. The movie lasts 2 hours and 30 had been screened in official competition for France, but he was left empty-handed, forgotten by the jury Jane Campion. The director then explained that he wanted to show that “it cost the couturier Yves Saint Laurent to be every day,” between creation and depression. Another biopic of fashion “Yves Saint Laurent” directed by Pierre Niney Lespert in the role was released earlier this year and attracted 1.5 million viewers.

Still running goes on for an Oscar for best foreign film. Countries make their proposal (Canada chose “The Mommy” Xavier Dolan) and the Academy Awards in December to announce the first list of selected films 9 last year of 76 proposals. before publishing the list on January 15 finally selected five movies. The Oscars will take place on February 22 2015 Recall that France did not win the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film since 1993 It was Regis Wargnier for “Indochine” with Catherine Deneuve

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