110min

4

Une vie meilleure

Vendredi 7 janvier 2012 @ UGC Ciné Cité Bercy - Ma note : ★★★★☆☆☆☆☆☆


Synopsis, Yann et Nadia, amoureux, se lancent dans un projet de restaurant au bord d'un lac. Leur rêve d'entrepreneur se brise rapidement. Nadia, contrainte d'accepter un travail à l'étranger, confie provisoirement son fils à Yann. Elle disparaît…


Mon avis, ce film n'a pas du tout marché sur moi, je suis restée, j'ai essayé mais rien à faire, j'ai été complètement hermétique du début à la fin. L'absence de musique m'a cruellement manqué, je n'ai pas trouvé les acteurs bons, je trouve que ce film n'a pas vraiment de but… En étant objective je pense que si j'ai été aussi imperméable c'est parce que je suis allée voir ce film pour son affiche (photo et acteur) sans avoir lu le synopsis et je m'attendais vraiment à voir “une vie meilleure” :x Mais la critique ci-dessous exprime très bien ce que j'ai pu ressentir.

Critique “contre” de Télérama (Frédéric Strauss)Scène 1 : Yann rencontre Nadia. Scène 2 : il l'embrasse. Scène 3 : ils couchent ensemble. Scène 4 : ils trouvent l'endroit idéal pour leur avenir : un restaurant. (…) Mettre une action derrière une autre, c'est sans fin : le film ne trouve pas la sienne. (…) Dénoncer, s'indigner ? Ça n'intéresse pas Cédric Kahn.

The Immigrant - Me - Russian premiere
  • The Immigrant: I will touch your heart, I promise.
  • Me: Well, there is Renner inside, so I hope you will.
  • The Immigrant: ...
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  • The Immigrant: ...
  • The Immigrant: Wake up!
  • Me: What? Did I missed the moment Renner appeared?
  • The Immigrant: No, but look at those poor people!
  • Me: So what?
  • The Immigrant: Does their poor life touch your heart?
  • Me: Nope. Half of human population lives like this so far. As to Russia, this is 2/3.
  • The Immigrant: OK, but this beautiful woman?
  • Me: Elena Solovey? Yes, I used to like her in my youth.
  • The Immigrant: No! I mean Eva!
  • Me: By the way, speaking of Eva. I like her big sad eyes, but maybe you could show me something else, finally?
  • The Immigrant: But this is...
  • Me: Wow, sorry, those were Hoakin's... er, then I should thank you.
  • The Immigrant: ...
  • Me: Shut up! Here is my hero!
  • The Immigrant: ...
  • Me: Why did you hide the secret of his levitation from me? Do you think I can believe he had overcome gravity?
  • The Immigrant: Oh, I like how it sounds)
  • Me: Of course you do. Stop disturbing me. Oh, a white rose!
  • The Immigrant: ...
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  • Me(to myself): Don't sleep, woman, don't sleep.
  • The Immigrant: ...
  • Me: Oh, my... oh, my... he's dancing!!!
  • The Immigrant: ...
  • Me: Hurray! He is breaking the show!
  • The Immigrant: ...
  • Me: Besides, do you really mean that Bruno is in love with Eva?
  • The Immigrant: Yes, I do.
  • Me: Well, he uses a very strange method. Putting her on the street...
  • The Immigrant: ...
  • Me: I'm applauding to you, brave little pillow.
  • The Immigrant: ...
  • Me: Bravo, Jeremy, play more piano, this is amasing.
  • The Immigrant: ...
  • Me: Hello there, Romeo)
  • The Immigrant: I am afraid you will be touched to the heart very soon.
  • Me: Look, if you mean him being killed, everyone knows it for months.
  • The Immigrant: ...
  • Me: Yes, girl, don't say Bruno that the gun is empty. And you, Orlando, better step closer to Bruno: he can't strike you with his knife from this position. OK, well done now.
  • The Immigrant: ...
  • Me: Do you really want me to believe this is Renner's body Bruno carries? Nobody is able to trick me with this after "Jessie James", man.
  • The Immigrant: ...
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  • The Immigrant: Well, that's all...
  • Me: ...
  • The Immigrant: So you won't buy DVD...
  • Me: Of course I will!!! Renner dancing!!!!