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Re: "The Conquest" film at the DIA

From: Julia K.
Sent on: Friday, February 17, 2012 10:59 AM
Bonjour (encore) tout le monde,
En fait...on va aller au DIA pour regarder le film le 9 MARS....pas le 10 mars....toute l'information a pars ca c'est la meme....
Alors, dites-moi si vous voulez venir avec nous le 9 MARS...pas le 10....
Desolee pour le changement!!!

2012/2/16 Julia Kessler-Hollar <[address removed]>
Bonjour tout le monde,
On a une opportunite de regarder un autre film francais mais cette fois ce film n'est pas au Michigan Theater mais au Detroit Institute of Arts!!  Lisez-en bas pour des infos du film!!
On veut y aller le 10 mars a 19h00 pour regarder le film et si vous voulez, on sortira au restaurant avant le film pour manger ensemble...
Le film = $7
1)  Dites-moi si vous voulez venir le 10 mars pour le film
2)  Dites-moi si vous voulez diner avec nous avant le film
3)  Dites-moi si vous voulez aller au film/diner ensemble (dans la meme voiture je veux dire) ou vous allez nous rejoindre au restaurant/au film
4)  Dites-moi si vous voulez conduire :)
5)  Dites-moi tous AVANT le 1 mars!!
A mercredi prochain!!
"The Conquest"
Friday and Saturday, March 9 and 10 at 7:00 and 9:30 PM
Sunday, March 11 at 2:00 and 4:30 PM
France/2011 directed by Xavier Durringer
The day is May 6, 2007, France's run-up to the presidential elections.
As the French people are getting ready to go to the polls to elect
their new president, presidential candidate Nicolas Sarkozy (a
tour-de-force performance by Denis Podalydes) has shut himself away at
home. For hours he has been trying to reach his wife, Cécilia (Florence
Pernel), to no avail.
The previous five years start to unfurl before our eyes, recounting
Sarkozy's unstoppable ascent to power, riddled with in-party
backstabbing, media manipulation, riots, sarcastic confrontations and
extra-marital affairs, in other words, politics as usual. A
rollicking, scandalous, real-life version of The Candidate that was as
popular in France as Oliver Stone's W. was not in the US. The Conquest
is highlighted by witty and convincing performances all around and
chronicles the right-leaning Sarkozy' startling ascension to the
Presidency of France, and the emotional and psychological stakes that
accompany the ultimate but oft-unspoken goal of politics and power. In
French with English subtitles. (105 min.)
A tragicomic circus act with most of the narrative mayhem and laughs
coming from sharp dialogue and strong acting. Boyd van Hoeij,Variety
A vivid re-imagining of Nicolas Sarkozy's rise to power and the
simultaneous unraveling of his marriage. Associated Press
Julia Kessler-Hollar
"Le sourire est le baiser de l'ame"

Julia Kessler-Hollar

"Le sourire est le baiser de l'ame"

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