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I’m continuing my coverage of the Minneapolis/St.Paul International Film Festival with my review of the french comedy “Tu Dors Nicole(You’re Sleeping Nicole)”. I apologize if I don’t have any photos from the event, but in all honesty. I don’t own a camera, and even if I did. There wasn’t much for me to shoot. Most of the time when a screening got over, most people went home. While I stayed around to hopefully mingle with other critics. They were never around but I did manage to meet a few filmmakers. Some of them were extremely nice in getting me info, while others just shot me down. I have class so I won’t so who. Well without my ranting anymore. Let’s get on with the show.
Tu Dors Nicole
Cast: Julianne Cole,Marc-Andre Grondin,Catherine St. Laurent
Writers: Stephane Lafleur, Valérie Beaugrand-Champagne
Director: Stephane Lafleur
Photos de plateau du tournage «Tu dors Nicole» de Stéphane Lafleur, une production micro_scope
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This review appeared previously on The Vern’s Videovanguard.
The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec.
Cast: Louise Bourgoin, Mathieu Amalric
Writer and Director: Luc Besson
A few years ago at a convention. I got the chance to check out a really great movie that for whatever reason has never been released in the U.S. But now you can watch it on Netflix streaming. The Extraordinary Adventures of Adle Blanc-Sec is a very clever adventure/fantasy in the same kind of style as “The Mummy” or “The Indiana Jones Trilogy” and I hope more people get a chance to see it. Based on the comics from Jacques Tardi, this is a fun flick that the whole family will enjoy. Despite one semi violent death and a quick nude scene. This is appropriate for children over the age of seven and can read basic books since the movie does have subtitles.