Saturday, April 23, 2016

Café Society: the Hollywood of the 30s by Woody Allen prism – Le Figaro

VIDEO – The trailer for the upcoming film American filmmaker reveals the film industry at the heart of the Roaring Twenties. Café Society will be screened for the first time at the opening of the Cannes Film Festival.

“Life is a comedy written by author sadistic “. Woody Allen always has the meaning of the formula. To Café Society , its forty-seventh feature film, the New York director has chosen Jesse Eisenberg as alter ego, to express his fascination with the Hollywood industry in the 1930s

After Midnight in Paris (2011) and Magic in the Moonlight (2014), Woody Allen revisits the past to extract flakes and pranks, like leaves see the first trailer unveiled this week.

Café Society interferes in the heart of Hollywood nebula following the footsteps of Bobby (Jesse Eisenberg), who lands on Los Angeles heights in order to work there as a steed with his uncle, star agent (Steve Carell). It is the gateway to the vibrant “Café Society”, a popular New York club where found themselves particular stars and patrons at the time, as well as the latest jazz talents, the stringer its floods besides this new film.

Poster Caf & # xe9; Society

Show Café Society

Bobby is seduced by this world and the beautiful Vonnie (Kristen Stewart), assistant to his uncle. This is nevertheless taken and then it makes the meeting of the spruce Kat (Blake Lively). “Between boredom and fascination,” Bobby discovers this universe and his life takes movie-like.

In this next feature film, Woody Allen finds his taste for hot images, picturesque scenery and years in 1930 he cherishes. A vintage signed by the master of the New York comedy that will star in the upcoming Cannes Film Festival, where Café Society will be presented at the opening of the event, May 11

This film gives the filmmaker a third opportunity to open the event, after Hollywood Ending in 2002 Midnight in Paris in 2011. For others, c is in theaters the next day it is available.


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