TATE TAYLOR, DIRECTOR O HELP

DEAUVILLE 37TH AMERICAN MOVIE FESTIVAL OPENING FILM : THE HELP (LA COULEUR DES SENTIMENTS)

DIRECTED BY TATE TAYLOR, BORN IN 1969 IN JACKSON, MISSISSIPI.

OUTSTANDING FILM AND BRILLANT INTERPRETATION .

THE STORY IS ABOUT THREE WOMEN IN MISSISSIPPI DURING THE 1960s WHO BUILD AN UNLIKELY FRIENDSHIP AROUND A SECRET WRITING PROJECT THAT BREAKS SOCIETAL RULES. FROM THEIR IMPROBABLE ALLIANCE A REMARKABLE SISTERHOOD EMREGES, INSTILLING ALL OF THEM WITH THE COURAGE TO TRANSCEND THE LINES THAT DEFINE THEM, AND THE REALIZATION THAT SOMETIMES THOSE LINES ARE MADE TO BE CROSSED EVEN IF IT MEANS BRINGING EVERYONE IN TOWN FACE-TO-FACE WITH THE CHANGING TIMES.

CAST : VIOLA DAVIS, EMMA STONE, OCTAVIA SPENCER, JESSICA CHASTAIN, BRYCE DALLAS HOWARD, MARY STEENBURGEN, MIKE VOGEL.

THIS FILM IS DEFINITELY  » A PRECIOUS MOMENT FOR ALL CINEMA LOVERS »

UN FILM OU L’ON PLEUR BEAUCOUP TANT LES EMOTIONS SONT FORTES.

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