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Gainsbourg (vie heroique) [FR Import]
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Also his other talent which is drawing comic book cartoons which appeared also in this movie as another charactor following Gainsbourg and keep making him annoyed which was really fun to watch.
Sometimes the cartoon images are appeared as part of the shots which was also a great delight to look.
But above all the acting of the Eric Elmosnio as the Serge Gainsbourg himself was the biggest joy for me. It's not that he is beautiful or handsome or anything but somethinng from somewhere grabbed me really tight. He was acting as if he doesn't care at all. He doesn't care whether he is cool or the audience will like him or the film means anything to him or even the world will be collapesed tomorrow. What ever. That was his attitude.
And that was cool.
Also all the other actresses are so beautiful and talented. And knowing the fact that they are all well known- kind of- was a bit surprised.
Lucy Gordon acted for Jane Birkin, Laetitia Casta for Brigitte Bardot, Anna Mouglalis for Juliette Gréco, Sara Forestier France Gall. They all were Serge's lover and most of them were very famous actors or singers.
The thing is Eric is not a promiscuous Casanova type of a guy but he happens to have a lot of different lovers during his career. And he loved them all so dearly.
As talking about his life, he was born as a Jew and becomes a Jazz singer to an iconic pop star. He suffered from alcohlic and smoked cigarrette too much but I don't think he was miserable.
He was a humorous delightful guy that everyone loved especially women.
The movie was filled with beautifully shot images and great music sang by the actor Eric Elmosnino himself and the orchestra joined sometimes.
The music done by Olivier Daviaud which I don't know much but he did it really well and it was almost as great as the famous the Michel Legrand.
It really made the movie even more better.
As I told you before especially Laetitia Casta for Brigitte Bardot, Anna Mouglalis for Juliette Gréco, two actresses were really charming and they were supporting the main actor very well. The three main actors are something that I remembered even after the movie was finished.
Also as I mentioned, the cartoon images and the appearance of the cartoon charactor following allthorugh the movie was a positive stream for this movie. It was kind of comic.
There was only one serious moment when Gainsbourg shot the real gun to the toy doll in front of his daughter for real and the first wife was freaked out and asked him for a divorce. After that I cannot remember any seriousness from this movie.
Just relax and you can enjoy the great music and storys of the great artist story.
It might be noted that this DVD offering is a 2 disk set - the second disk contains a 20 min featurette on the 'Director' of the film - French artist Joann Sfar. Sfar is apparently a huge fan of Gainsbourg and he previously produced a 'graphic novel' that chronicled Serge's life, and upon which he based this, his (premiere!) film making effort. The images of Sfar sketching in his own artistic notebooks mirror Gainsboug's own early forays into art (which he ultimately abandoned in favor of music) and demonstrate the degree to which his art was influenced by Gainsbourg.
Altho this is an inaugural Directorial outing for Sfar it certainly doesn't show - the film is not only thoroughly professional in every aspect but unusually inventive in how it presents its' story. The lead actor (Eric Elmosnino ) who portrays the adult Gainsbourg is excellent in the role and all of the actresses who play his lofty love interests are equally attractive and entrancing - as noted: Laetitia makes a very convincing BB! The movie covers a lot of ground - conveying pretty much all the notable stages of Gainsbourg's life: from precocious adolescent, through his pop ascendancy, into ultimate superstar burnout. One can imagine that Euro-viewers of this biopic would be humming along with the string of musical 'hits' that are portrayed within the film, as the plot & years progress. While N. American audiences might not have this same 'connection' to the material - the film still provides an engrossing and interesting experience and introduction to a major musical talent. I really enjoyed it! Technically - the film is presented in widescreen format - French language w/ English subs - numerous 'extras'.