Delightfully comic exploration of the emotional and social geography of an art-house film director.
Ils sont célèbres. Qu’ont-ils dit avant de mourir ? Le Fin mot de l’histoire est à l’origine une série de chroniques diffusées pendant l’été sur France Info. Jamais anodines, souvent émouvantes, parfois grinçantes, ces ultimes paroles mises en scène par la plume alerte de Thomas Snégaroff sont autant de courtes biographies. De John F. Kennedy à John Lennon en passant par Marie Curie, Martin Luther King et Édith Piaf, on s’instruit, on sourit, on s’étonne en traversant l’histoire du XXe siècle.
Death Metal meets Hard Rock on the new Debauchery vs. Blood God album! Welcome to the world of Blood Gods! Debauchery has always been unique. Those who couldn't or wouldn't accept and understand it, were kindly asked to **** off. There's one thing the band offers for everyone who's still there: Death Metal straight in your face! Blood God is the Heavy Metal/Hard Rock offshoot of Debauchery. Judas Priest, Accept, Iron Maiden, Motörhead, AC/DC - these bands were the reason why the Blood Gods started playing music. Blood God have a Debauchery feel to them, but everything's still a bit more different: a little bit more Heavy Metal and a lot more Rock 'n' Roll!
The seventh of RKO's Fred Astaire–Ginger Rogers musicals, Shall We Dance casts Astaire as a world-renowned ballet dancer and Rogers as a musical comedy headliner. Rogers' manager Jerome Cowan concocts a phony romance between his client and Astaire in order to garner publicity for them both. Eventually, of course, the twosome falls in love for real, but not before a cornucopia of confusion, complications and misunderstandings. Highlights include a number performed on roller skates and Astaire's dance solo in the art-deco boiler room of an ocean liner. The George and Ira Gershwin score (their last for Astaire and Rogers) includes "Slap That Bass," "Beginner's Luck," "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off," "They All Laughed," "They Can't Take That Away From Me," and the title number.