intelligence is a humble violinist
Yesterday, fans of French cinema celebrated the birthday of a remarkable actor who played many memorable roles – Andre Robert Rembour, better known under the pseudonym Bourville. Therefore, when not today remember some sparkling French comedies – they can’t shoot anywhere else in the world.
The Great Walk (1966)
The brilliant duet of Bourville with another brightest movie star in France – the magnificent and unforgettable Louis de Funes. By popularity, “Big Walk” was able to get around only the “Titanic” by James Cameron in 1997 and the comedy “Bobro Squander” in 2008 (about it below). And it is no coincidence that the picture is one of the most beloved tapes of the French: subtle humor, funny adventures, charm and charisma of the leading actors. “A great walk” and nowadays to watch is a pleasure.
Tall Blonde in a Black Boot (1972)
A classic of not only French, but also world cinema! Continue reading