Look At Me! -Comme une Image

Look At Me! -Comme une Image

Look At Me! -Comme une Image

  The young Lolita Cassard (Marilou Berri) equals, despite their name, not just the seductive beauty of their environment, what are you going to be honest pretty on my nerves. Anyone who believes however that she found support and confirmation at home, looks quickly disappointed, because her father Etienne Cassard (Jean-Pierre Bacri), an influential and hugely admired by all writers and publishers, is a vain egomaniac, but purely for its own sensitivities nothing at all interested. And that Etienne has a girlfriend named Karine (Virginie Desarnauts) at the age of his daughter, which looks very attractive and desirable, is to the whole thing on the crown. So Lolita utters Despite its rough nature, with even the people on the head, it is my honest with her – for example, the young journalist Sébastien () No Bouhiza. After all, who are already with her, without actually so famous father think?

, Too, Sylvia (Agnès Jaoui), Lolita’s singing teacher, is no exception. Although she attests her pupil a very beautiful voice, but she finds that these too soggy and grumpy goes through life. Sylvia’s indifference, however, turns into excitement as she learns who is Lolita’s father. After that, it does not take very long to be admitted, she and her husband, tormented by self-Pierre, a previously unsuccessful writer (Laurent Grevill), Etienne Cassard in the narrow circle of sycophants and Mighty, yes-men and vassals. There, the couple learned, among other things Cassard assistant Vincent (Grégoire Oestermann know) that can be put up for half an eternity, that his boss him either exploited or having fun at his expense. Around this circle of characters unfolds now a round of secret passions and desires, which always revolves around a theme – the search for recognition and the price one is willing to pay.

The director Agnès Jaoui is one of the shooting stars of French cinema, it was, inter alia, for the Cesars film scripts to Smoking / No Smoking and Life is a chanson by Alain Resnais and 4 Cesar and Oscar nomination for her first film, like our own – Le goût des autres. And the high expectations of their new movie have been fully met because Look At Me! is a witty and trenchant social satire with a serious background, which was considered at the Cannes Film Festival with the award for best screenplay. Seemingly effortlessly, and without compromising their human, very human characters, or ordered to succeed in a warm, abysmal and entertaining look at the everyday quest for love and acceptance – a movie you should not miss.

Title: Look At Me! -Comme une Image Country of production: France Year of production: 2004 Length: 110 (Min) of material: Prokino / Twentieth Century Fox (# )

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