If only every illness could be treated in such a poetic way: In Michel Gondry’s upcoming film Mood Indigo, Chloe (Audrey Tautou) becomes ill on her honeymoon with Colin (Romain Duris) and can only be treated by being surrounded by flowers. We’d take that over cough syrup any day.
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A new trailer has arrived for Michel Gondry’s upcoming animated documentary Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?, which prominently features notable professor, linguist, political philosopher, and activist Noam Chomsky.
The film’s unique premise involves recorded conversations the French director had with Chomsky on his theory of the emergence of language. Gondry then paired these recorded conversations with his own hand-drawn animation sequences to create the final product.
The trailer plunges the viewer right into a conversation with Chomsky, who is contemplating the similarities between willow trees. Anyone who has ever felt a bit lost while attempting to take a stab at studying the political philosopher’s work will surely relate to Gondry’s interjection of “As you can see, I felt a bit stupid here.”
Watch the trailer for Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy? below:
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If you’ve been obsessed with Audrey Tautou ever since she stole your heart in Amélie, then you will love the trailer for director Michel Gondry’s Mood Indigo.
Tauto stars as a women who has a sickness caused by a flower growing in her lungs. And the only treatment is surrounding her with even more flowers.
The movie is based on the novel L’Ecume des Jours by Boris Vian.
The trailer is all in French, but there’s very little dialogue, mainly just a lot of Gondry’s signature life-as-a-beautiful-fantasy playfulness. Underwater weddings, feathers as weather, and loving gazes abound. Enjoy: READ FULL STORY
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