This update is all about Paris Je T’aime. Jenn spotted some new pics of Nat on the films Cannes page.

For the lazy, here they are…

And the first reviews have started to arrive. The first is from the Hollywood Reporter and is quite positive. You can read it here.

And then Herzwerk sent in a couple translations of reviews from Libération (french paper) and Le Temps (swiss paper).

The first is mostly negative but the second is very positive, even though Natalie’s short didn’t get a mention.

The translations are in this word document.

And just arrived in my inbox is this addendum from Herzwerk.

other reviews are out for Paris, je t’aime, but I won’t translate them since there’s nothing new in it. but the overall feeling is that it’s a very good movie, very artistic and poetic.

None of the reviews talks particularly about Natalie or True, but if I find one I’ll let you know.

Something interesting from the allocine.com article: the version shown in Cannes is the 81st version of the movie (yes, 81). that’s probably why it took so long to be out 😀

I’ll probably be back with more later.


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  • minimaggit says:

    Great pictures!!!

    A bit funny really, especially the at the rail way station.

  • Sak says:

    Very interesting! It’s going to be a movie you can’t possibly get bored with, no matter what’s your taste, with all that variety. And BTW she looks so beautiful.

  • Lynda says:

    I wonder why she didn’t attend the cannes festival.

  • _Anyathe says:

    I’d say, Lynda, that she didn’t attend because she’s working on Goya’s. I think filming’s not wrapped up yet.

  • dazza says:

    Goya’s wrapped awhile ago. She’s working on Magorium into next month if my memory is correct.

  • vampiro says:

    More pain in the neck tnah a vampire, eh?. Never the less, I want to insist about those Hugo paints deserve a gallery.