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A la fin des années 1920, un jeune auteur new-yorkais décide de donner l’un des rôles de sa dernière création à la petite amie peu talentueuse d’un gangster. En échange, celui-ci s’engage à financer la pièce. (LaCinetek)

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français "Bullets Over Broadway" est une célébration nostalgique et chaleureuse du théâtre et de tout ce qui en fait un art si beau et complet. Woody Allen est au sommet de sa forme. En quittant le cinéma, j'avais envie d'enlacer chaque spectateur satisfait et de me réjouir avec eux de la merveille que nous venions de voir. Magnifique ! ()


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anglais I know the competition is fierce, but I still think Bullets Over Broadway is one of Woody Allen's best comedies. The unmistakable (not only) black humor in combination with the period gangster atmosphere and great acting performances is simply something for me. Jennifer Tilly and Jim Broadbent are especially great here. ()



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anglais Woody Allen's period stories have become my great certainty. I will have a smile on my face while reading them, sometimes broad, sometimes slightly turned down at the corners by that ubiquitous melancholic mood. And I will definitely avoid making any statements about how "this time the director really showed off" because I fortunately have always seen his love for art, irony towards actresses, and the indispensability of romance. It's just a coincidence that everything came together here on Broadway at such an unbelievably slow pace. As a whole, the shots are traditionally excellent and Allen's language speaks clearly and distinctly. ()


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anglais An interesting cabaret-theatre staging, the confused and whiny dialogue that is typical of Woody Allen, the famed Chazz Palminteri doing what he does best, a mobster. Otherwise, unfortunately, it's a boring, hysterical farce with unremarkable protagonists. The already mentioned homage to theatre occasionally comes through, but that doesn't make a film a film. Putting this on for a modern audience is a punishment. ()

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