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Francofonia is the story of two remarkable men, louvre director Jacques Jaujard and Nazi Occupation officer Count Franziskus Wolff-Metternich - enemies then collaborators - whose alliance would be the driving force behind the preservation of museum treasures. v explores the relationship between art and power, the Louvre museum as a living example of civilization, and what art tells us about ourselves even in the midst of one of the bloodiest conflicts the world has ever seen.
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Good grief. Over what seems like six or seven hours, we are treated to acting more wooden than the chairs being sat on or the doors which on at least one occasion an actor struggled to open. We are assailed with shots of various ships in storms accompanied by amateur video effects aiming to give the impression that it is being seen on a computer screen. Whilst on video effects, do we need fake film scratches? Do we need a representation of the sound track at the edge of the film? Do we need any of it? Enough rhetoric: the answer is a clear No.
What better way to spend an evening? For little more than the cost of the hire I could have bought a tube of Veet for Men which would surely have caused less pain.
Looks an intriguing portrayal.
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Nice views of the Louvre didn,t really understand the plot or what the moral of the story wasPublished 1 month ago by Robert Mark Hutton
I'm sure this is a great film. It's a shame, though, that the streaming version has no ENG subtitles!Published 2 months ago by Nick