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Se faire un cinéma

I highly recommend that you go to see Hugo, directed by Martin Scorsese. It’s based on a children’s book named The Invention of Hugo Cabret, by Brian Selznick. Without spoiling the plot for you, it’s a story about an orphan … Continue reading

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Le cinéma est une invention sans avenir

Auguste Marie Louis Nicolas Lumière (born October 19, 1862 – died April 10, 1954) and his younger brother Jean Louis (born October 5, 1864 – died June 6, 1848) were pioneers of filmmaking, rather appropriate since their name means “light”.  … Continue reading

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