Tuesday, January 8, 2019

FRENCH MONDAY: L'INTERVENTION ACTION THRILLER TRAILER WITH OLGA KURYLENKO, VINCENT PEREZ! A MERMAID IN PARIS ROMANTIC FANTASY POSTER WITH CLEMENCE POESY, VIRGINIE LEDOYEN

'A MERMAID IN PARIS'
FIRST POSTER REVEALED!
While Hollywood is resting from their wild Golden Globe parties, the spy is taking you across the pond (many Globes did go across the pond last night -
Mermaid is set to start shooting this spring
mostly to Britain, bravo to Richard Madden) straight to France.
The first, rather atmospheric, poster has been revealed for A MERMAID IN PARIS (Une Sirene a Paris) which will see Reda Kateb playing Gaspard, a man who has gone through breakups and believes he has no more love to give. One day, he crosses paths with an injured mermaid, Lula (Clemence Poesy), by the Seine in Paris and takes her home to heal in his bathtub, but learns that any man who falls in love with her dies. Initially immune to her endearing charm, Gaspard slowly falls in love with Lula, who also truly falls for him. Also starring Virginie Ledoyen, the movie will shoot next spring.

'L'INTERVENTION' TRAILER
SENDS OLGA KURYLENKO AND VINCENT PEREZ TO DJIBOUTI
Already ready to hit cinemas at the end of this month is Fred Grivois' drama L'INTERVENTION toplined by our favourite Olga Kurylenko and
L'Intervention is out in French cinemas January 30th
Vincent Perez! In February 1976 in Djibouti, a school bus was taken hostage at the Somali border. The Elite Gendarmerie GIGN is sent on the spot, after 30 hours of tension a rescue operation is organized. 

12 comments:

  1. The French Foreign Legion were the primary group who assaulted the bus I believe!

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  2. "J'aime beaucoup le concept du French Monday"...Well done!

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  3. So, 'today's offer'is french, for a change.

    Paris is the place where everything can happen, especially love in all its forms, including that with a mermaid.
    Well, I'll go for The Intervention. Although life where I live is made up of daily small or big "interventions" ,and I'm fed up with it, still, I prefer the reality to the fairy tale.

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    1. I have to go international whenever Hollywood is sleeping :) Good news is that international post are usually our most visited ones, especially the French and Russian stories.

      I understand you, some nations, like yours and mine, seem to be destined to live under constant threat and security :( I myself am fed up with wars (survived one too many for a relatively short life) and poverty (we never seem to catch a financial break as the country).

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  4. I haven't seen a French film in forever!

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    1. I want to see that movie with Olga Kurylenko about the apocalyptic fog that covers Paris.

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  5. Paris and mermaids and impossible love, oh my! Sounds like one I would enjoy.

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)