Friday, November 25, 2016

Marion Cotillard and her death in Batman : “Why have you kept it ?” – Paris Match

For the first time since 2012, the date of the release of “The Dark Knight Rises”, Marion Cotillard is back on the famous death scene of his character.

a few days ago, the team of the feature film “Allies” was in Paris for the promotion. On this occasion, the director Robert Zemeckis had granted us an interview during which he returned throughout his career, his peace of mind a few days of the release but also on “the evidence Cotillard”. In his eyes, no other French actress could embody Marianne Beausejour and thus give a reply to Brad Pitt.

read : Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard, two superstars in Paris

For its part, the actress got an oscar for her role in “The Kid” has agreed to come back on the single scene, criticized in his entire career : the famous death of his character in “The Dark Knight Rises” is Christopher Nolan. “There is no one or everyone is to blame. I found the reaction a bit disproportionate because it is hard to see summarized it this way, when I am doing the best I can to find the authenticity in each character,” she confided to the site Allociné. “We are all in the same boat. If sometimes it does go wrong, everyone suffers. But now, after it is sure that there are misfires and when we see them on the screen, one says, well, why ? Why have you kept it?”

But Marion Cotillard prefers to laugh. It does not accuse anyone, especially not Christopher Nolan, who offered him one of its most important roles in his career. “You have to laugh at everything and beyond to have the benefit of hindsight, there are things that are really more serious in life than that, even if there are things that can hurt… I have not been at the end of the roll. I just found the response disproportionate”.

Guillaume Canet as he had already given his opinion in the columns of the magazine “First” a few years ago. He was without appeal : “Nolan would have had to get another shot.

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