French Letter Describing Movie Review Of Some Movie I Watched Online French Task Letter

636 words - 3 pages

Jacques Benoit
Parc Club du Moulin A vent
22 allee picard
69200 Venissieux
Capitaine Jean luc Picard
52 rue des fleurs
33500 Libourne
Cher Mon ami,
Ni La Haine (1995) ni Amélie (2001) ne sont des films tournés ouvertement vers l'intrigue. Les histoires fournissent des études de personnages et des aperçus sur la façon dont les personnages interagissent avec ceux qui les entourent. Amélie suit la jeune serveuse titulaire (Audrey Tautou) alors qu'elle se promène dans Paris en essayant d'améliorer la vie de sa famille, de ses amis, de ses collègues et de ses voisins tout en cherchant l'amour. Il s’agit d’un conte de fées moderne composé de nombreuses vignettes croisées amusantes, poignantes et magnifiquement détaillées.
Amélie ne pouvait pas être plus éloigné du récit plutôt nihiliste de La Haine, centré sur un groupe de trois jeunes démunis (Vincent Cassel, Hubert Koundé et Said Taghmaoui). Après avoir passé 24 heures à errer sans but à travers la ville, à la suite d'une nuit d'affrontements avec la police, le trio recherche la violence, l'argent et une distraction de leur vie quotidienne. Il s’agit d’une centrale d’un film qui se penche non seulement sur les conflits dans la société parisienne, mais aussi sur les luttes entre la destruction et la rédemption, la maturité et l’insolence, les rêves et la dure réalité.
La toile de fond parisienne
Amélie peut être vue comme la lettre d'amour de Jeunet à l'image romancée de Paris, qui vient à l'esprit quand quelqu'un mentionne la ville. L'histoire se déroule au cœur de la pittoresque ville de Montmartre, où le café et la culture du marché sont en plein essor. D'autres épisodes se déroulent dans des sites de premier plan, notamment le Sacré-Cœur et la gare du Nord. Le Paris d'Amélie transforme la ville en un terrain de jeu géant, rempli d'un air de joie et d'innocence; chaque prise de vue pourrait être l'image d'une carte postale.
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