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LITERATURE

[REVIEW] “Pas à pas dans la brume électrique” (2009), a trip to Louisiana along with the director Bertrand Tavernier

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After forty-one days of shooting in Louisiana for the film “In the Electric Mist” with American actor Tommy Lee Jones, the French director Bertrand Tavernier (“Death Watch”, “Round Midnight” and “Fresh Bait”) remembers this rich but also arduous experience in his book “Pas à pas dans la brume électrique” (litterarly, “Step by step in the electric mist”).

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♥ [REVIEW] “Je reviens de mourir” (2008) by Antoine Dole: The breath away

♥ [REVIEW]  "Je reviens de mourir" (2008) by Antoine Dole: The breath away 1 image

Dernière mise à jour article : 7 February 2017 à 19:23A crush and an unexpected slap. At the publication of the book by Antoine Dole, Je reviens de mourir (aka I Have Died Again, 2008), it is a tragedy! There are critics on all side : a book “too violent”, “unsuited to the public”, “without hope or desire for redemption”. Indeed, the book is harsh. The description of pain and despair makes the story difficult to read. However, this brutality does not leave us indifferent… You go through all the colors and read each sentence, shuddering.

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Osamu Tezuka, the father of the manga

Dernière mise à jour article : 4 April 2017 à 20:08Let’s take advantage of the movie actuality with the release of Astro Boy (2009) by David Bowers, to have a quick look on Osamu Tezuka, the creator of this character and his work.

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[REVIEW] “La dernière Nuit, Tome 1 : La Tombe de Caïn” by Werner Maresta and Marco Belli

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Dernière mise à jour article : 13 December 2016 à 10:25In the not too distant future, the vampire race manages to block out sunlight, by an ancient ritual and starts to exterminate the human race. The survivors regroup themselves, become an armed coalition and resist… in La dernière Nuit, Tome 1 : La Tombe de Caïn [aka Last Night, Book 1: The Tomb of Cain] by Werner Maresta and Marco Belli.

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[REVIEW] “The Hunter” by Darwyn Cooke

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Dernière mise à jour article : 24 December 2016 à 12:36Before The Hunter by Darwyn Cooke, a while back, I saw Payback by Brian Helgeland, the crime flick with Mel Gibson in theaters. I liked the movie. I thought it was dark and cool. It had a cool anti-hero, lots of gunfights and a very unusual storyline. I thought the writers of the film were geniuses. How wrong I was!

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