The Beat That My Heart – De battre mon coeur s’est arrêté

The Beat That My Heart - De battre mon coeur sest arrêté

The Beat That My Heart – De battre mon coeur s’est arrêté

  So goes the other way too: Just had grown accustomed to that Hollywood regularly abkupfert in European cinema and successful films just hangs up all over again, to expect the home crowd not too much “Old Europe” to have. The success of the remakes to the U.S. market was modest, and then again sometimes immense – see Spoorlos, Three Men and a Baby, and Insomnia. Now, the French director Jacques Audiard, an old American film from 1977 was adopted, James Toback thriller Fingers (Finger – Affectionate and brutal), in which Harvey Keitel played the lead role once conjured, and therefore one of the most remarkable films of the Berlinale 2005 – De battre mon coeur s \ ‘est arrêté.

Tom is a charming guy handsome, witty and powerful. A typo? No, because Tom is moving in dubious circles, earned a dubious money with real estate transactions and entmietet also look at the hard way. In this respect he is like his father, as well as the works in this brutal industry. One day he feels himself a chance encounter with the former manager of his mother encouraged to play the piano and how to become a concert pianist. Maybe this is his last chance to give his life yet another turn, and pursue a completely different life. To achieve this lofty goal, he took lessons from the Chinese piano virtuoso, Miao-Lin (Lhin-Dan Pham), who lives only recently in France and speaks French, therefore, not a word. Tom’s frustration grows, and then still have a few people from his past, a bill with him openly …

convincingly and accurately succeeds Jacques Audiard, the transformation of the club to – at least wannabe – to describe pianist, and although Tom is not exactly the type of person one would like to have as a friend, succeeds Romain Duris (cinema-goers from L’Auberge Espagnole yet known) through his remarkable game that you mitfiebert as spectators but as the film starts well. And if you did not know better, one would probably take any oath that the film is obviously urfranzösisch – and this is not just a Hollywood remake of a much higher praise than it would suggest some other film from the Grande Nation.

Title: The Beat That My Heart – De battre mon coeur s’est arrêté Country of production: France Year of production: 2004 Length: (# ) 107 (min) of material: Concorde Film Distribution

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