Juliette Binoche

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  • Antigone Play Report

    This Wednesday, October 14,2015 I went to see a play called Antigone. The play was directed by Ivo Van Hove ,and it was awfully different than what I was expecting. Antigone is basically a play about a girl named Antigone played by Juliette Binoche trying to bury her brother no matter what the cause ,and her experiences that she goes through to buy her brother. This lovely performance took place at the Power Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan. There were many thing in the performance that were done very well but also there were many that I didn 't quite like. Now let 's get started on the details of the performance. The beautiful and bright setting of the performance was by far one of the best things of the performance. The set was a beautiful part of the performance because it had hidden secrets. When you look at the setting at first you will see basically a white blank wall in the background ,and in the front you will see a couch, a few desks ,Chairs ,and a couple of book shelves. But the part that 's…

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  • Chocolat: Movie Analysis

    If you keep an appetite for delicious food then movies that are based of food is a must watch for you. Here, is a list of few movies that are a must watch for all foodies in the town. 1. Chef This American comedy-drama film released on the 7th march 2014. It features famous actor Jon Favreau as Carl Casper, who plays a professional chef for a popular restaurant in Los Angeles, but quits his job after a public argument with a food critic. He later returns to Miami, reunites with his ex-wife and…

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  • Magical Realism In Pan's Labyrinth

    Within Pan’s Labyrinth it is quite simple to get enveloped into the magical story that writer and director Guillermo del Toro weaves for the occasion, as he foretells of the fantastical world, set in 1944 fascist Spain, that the young Ofelia experiences in her day to day life (Pan’s Labyrinth, Del Toro). Meanwhile, in Chocolat inspired by Joanne Harris’s novel, screenplay by Robert Nelson Jacobs, and directed by Lasse Hallström (Chocolat, Hallström). Tells of the vagabonds Vianne and her…

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  • Scarlett Johansson's Adaptation Of If Ghost In The Film

    targeting the general public as a whole, the focus will now be shifted to cater to Japanese fans, which is not the director’s intention. Racial diversity does not only apply to the selection of casts but everyone in general. Thus, diversity among audiences is paramount. For this particular remake, the director is taking an international approach by incorporating a multi-cultural mix of actors. Right from the beginning, the creators of Ghost in the Shell have declared that the counterpart of…

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