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Emma has no idea what's become of Francois and reports him missing before she returns to Paris, where she's helping a Japanese student of the paranormal (Momoko Fructus) find an apartment. but then I said myself I could not draw any conclusions by just one movie...
Francois's brother Michel (Eric Ruf) believes Emma is up to no good when he arrives in Paris to speak with her about Francois's disappearance, but just like his brother he's drawn to her beauty, even though he's already married. and I made the error of watching yet another Godard movie (oh how I regretted it! Then I said myself Godard could not be representative of French movies... Even if from time to time (sadly still frequently) I continue to have disappointments I have to say I saw many interesting French movies.
You learn a lot about yourself when your parents tell you the television is permanently broken. They didn’t let us watch TV-OZ: Deprive your children of television: That’s something families don’t do at all anymore. In the ’80s, I was the only one who didn’t watch the shows about teenagers. Clemence Poesy OZ: So you were raised on theater and literature instead. CP: When I was little, he performed in a troupe called the Théâtre du Campagnol, which rebelled against the Théâtre du Soleil against Ariane Mnouchkine at the Cartoucherie de Vincennes. CP: My references, my musical tastes, everything that I like, in fact, comes from the ’70s. At the same time, she’s always been someone who’s very straight and solid, which wasn’t that -common in families with “’68er” parents. I didn’t feel I was selling my soul to the devil, and it was a way to get some freedom, too.
Eric Forestier l'explique : "Je vois très bien d'où vient le film, d'où vient Emma.Emma (Clemence Poesy) is a real estate salesperson who is visiting an airport when she meets Francois (Gaspard Ulliel), a scientist doing research on black holes and similar interstellar phenomena.