Copie conforme

Copie conforme

           Copie conforme
               Genre: Drama
               Writers, Italy, reality, Cannes 2010, gallery owner, original, copy, fiction
  You are a beautiful couple – at least at first glance. When the British writer James Miller (William Shmell) his new book about original and fake, and wrong about real art, presenting in Italy, you thought the woman (Juliette Binoche), who sits in the front row, his wife in front of him to have and in the son, who accompanied his wife, his son. realized only after the reading, which leaves the woman prematurely, we know that the writer and those living in Italy so far not to know French, but that they seem to be interested in him, even though, as she confesses to her son, book was quite boring in places. Nevertheless, the two arrange to meet for the afternoon, until the departure of the train by James remain a few hours using the man and the woman for a trip in a small and quite naturally picturesque village in Tuscany. During the trip sneak in a little disharmony in the conversation, misunderstandings and self-righteousness always provide for awkward silence and hurt feelings. And yet the two keep firmly to their plan, just to spend some nice time together. Eventually, the situation tilts purely accidental, and due to a spontaneous inspiration, the two begin to play to their environment and that they were a married couple for 15 years, the relationship shows the normal wear and tear of such a marriage. The longer the game, the more are behind the hypothetical conversations real injuries and visibly disappointed hopes, possibilities and eventualities arising from the genuine claims to each other and almost inevitable injuries. At the end of the two end up in a hotel room, but whether from this hypothetical relationship, a genuine and will even be able to, it can at best speculate. It is undeniably a nice idea, the turmoil of a marriage not based on a real but an imaginary relationship show. Originally from Iran, director Abbas Kiarostami makes this idea a sparkling, light, sometimes a little chatty summer comedy for the Tuscany Group, in the picturesque town, making the backdrop for the “marital drama” is the third main character. In a rather melancholy Copie conforme competition so far, without any question, the thematic flyweight and acts almost like a variation on Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise for the Generation 40plus. As quite witty comedy about love and the difficulties involved, one could imagine the film in German cinemas well – despite some recalcitrance on men and women copy has conforme also because of the fantastic scenery certainly the stuff to an audience favorite to be. (Joachim Kurz)
  Title: Copie conforme Country of production: France, Italy, Iran Year of Production: 2010 Length: 106 (Min.) (# )

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