(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
do not tell»
it is often called in the film industry. Based on this is
the little reason Olivier Assayas' Between
the lines must work particularly well, all the time it
is a film where it is talked about almost continuously. On top of that about literature, and
most of all about the publishing industry's challenges in the face of the digital
But the art of writing good dialogue should not
underrated – just watch the majority of Woody Allen's movies. And there is more
than the exquisite replica exchanges in Between
the lines which may bring to mind the aforesaid
American filmmaker, while the film in many ways must be said to be
«Life imitates art far more than art imitates life", Reads a famous quote by Oscar Wilde. IN this film, however, is about art that imitates life, more specifically what is gradually referred to as "reality literature".
Between the lines (Original title Double
bias, English title
Non-fiction) is a smart and enjoyable
ensemble comedy with five central characters: the publishing editor Alain (Guillaume Canet), the actress Selena
(Juliette Binoche), author Vincent (Vincent
Macaigne), the political adviser Valérie (Nora Hamzawi) and the young and ambitious Laure (Christa Théret),
who works with digital strategies in the same publishing house as Alain. Alain and Selena. . .
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