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His continuing efforts to cure her force him to find increasingly absurd forms of employment.
They work great together, while Baquet, who plays Gasoline, displays the natural charisma of a young Jean-Pierre Leaud and could go far. Camera (color), Laurent Brunet; editor, Elise Fievet; music, Jean-Claude Vannier; production designer, Stephane Rozenbaum; costume designer, Florence Fontaine; sound, Guillaume Le Braz; supervising sound editor, Jean Gargonne; re-recording mixer, Dominique Gaboriau; visual effects supervisor, Julien Hery; casting, Leila Fournier, Sarah Tepper.The resulting house-car — basically, a hand-constructed caravan that looks like a wooden cottage on wheels — is pure Gondry, but scrappy enough for audiences to believe that two kids built it.The mobile home might not be street-legal, but can conveniently camouflage itself as a shack in case they should run into any cops along the way, making for one of the film’s most amusing scenes, when a group of police stop to take selfies in front of the makeshift building while the boys hide out inside.After a short courtship that involves a magical trip around and above Paris in a cloud bubble contraption, they are married.But tragedy soon impinges on their fairytale romance, when, on their honeymoon, Chloe contracts an unusual illness, which begins to plague her.The wonder of Gondry’s handmade visual effects sometimes threaten to overwhelm the characters, but overall he has crafted a charming whirlwind of a movie that touches the emotions while delighting the senses.
‘Mood Indigo’ opens in New York City at Landmark Sunshine Cinema on Thursday, July 24, 2014.
When Colin learns that his best friend Chick (Gad Elmaleh) is dating Nicolas’ American cousin Alise (Aïssa Maïga) who shares his love of the philosopher, JeanSol Partre, (an obvious nod to Jean Paul Sartre) he decides that he must find a woman for himself.
At a friend’s party he is introduced to Chloé (Audrey Tautou), and after an awkward start, soon finds himself dancing the “Biglemoi” to Duke Ellington with her.
(France) A Studio Canal release of a Partizan Films production, in co-production with Studio Canal, with the participation of Canal Plus, OCS, in association with Indefilms 3, Cineimages 9, with the support of La Region Bourgogne, in partnership with CNC, with the aid of the Bourgogne Film Commission.
, the director sullenly lit a cigarette, typed the phrase "Tonight I stop smoking" on his laptop, and shot himself in the head.
Such true-to-life details marry surprisingly well with Gondry’s irrepressible surrealistic streak, inviting big smiles as this winning duo take their dynamic on the road from the outskirts of Paris to the Burgundy woods.