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While some art forms are considered provocative, the artists themselves usually differ in opinion. Jean-Pierre Barda is a classic example. Through scenes with his 1990s pop band, Army of Lovers, and made-up garb persona, Barda is shown here in an array of forms both on and off the stage. Leadel was able to sit down one-on-one with Barda and get an insight of his behind the scenes view on his own art, Jewish identity, ideas of glorification and personal story.A production of *******www.leadel****, a project of The European Jewish Congress(*******www.eurojewcong****) and made possible thanks to its President Moshe Kantor. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Jean-Pierre Coppola et Olivier au départ du Rallye MCH 2010.
Interview de Jean Pierre Coppola dans son Alpine A310 avant le départ de Reims.
Imbued throughout with Truffaut's infectious passion for the magic of cinema, this wise, witty blend of comedy and drama is arguably the most charming of all his films.
The title alludes to how our belief in movie storytelling is dependent on all manner of deceits, and it’s that gulf between reality and illusion which Truffaut - here playing the director of a melodrama being shot at a studio in Nice - delights in exposing and exploring. As the production proceeds, it's the job of the director to keep the chaos of real life off-camera - be it a diva repeatedly fluffing her lines, a feline extra's feeding habits, or the tempestuous romanticism of an immature leading man (Truffaut regular Jean-Pierre Léaud). Though behind-the-scenes gags abound, they never distract from the emotional truths of a script that constantly acknowledges the roles played in our lives by fantasy, anxiety and desire. A superb cast perfectly embodies the fleeting joys and pitfalls of teamwork, and Georges Delerue’s soaring score echoes the exhilaration of fertile creativity.
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YNN: “It has been a very emotional day here in Spring Valley, family and friends gathering to say their goodbyes to the three Pierre children. About 60 people attended the funeral service. It was a small one, but one filled with a great deal of tension.”
Tension – it’s the word news outlets are using to describe the funeral of the three children who drowned when their mother, LaShanda Armstrong, intentionally drove into the Hudson River.
ABC: “Losing patience from being put off, funeral staff constantly checked lists of names of who was invited, who was to enter when and when – keeping the families apart. Tension, on top of unbearable pain both families are suffering.”
Reuters reports it was the father Jean Pierre’s decision to bury the children separate from their mother that created a divide between the families. According to New York Daily News, Armstrong’s family believes Pierre was cheating- and Armstrong’s aunt blames him for the tension.
“I am very angry. This jackass just came in here and messed everything up. She should be buried with her children, regardless of what she did.”
It’s a view many media outlets are taking, calling for Pierre to take responsibility for the tragedy. In an opinion piece for Milwaukee’s Journal Sentinel, a reporter points out Armstrong had a history of domestic problems with Pierre, including the day of the murder/suicide. He writes,
“Pierre said he has been ‘inaccurately portrayed as being directly responsible for the tragedy.’ He may not be directly responsible, but if he was violent to Armstrong, then he should share some of the blame.”
The New York Times reports Pierre pushed tensions further when he limited access to the funeral for Armstrong’s side of the family.
“Ms. Green, a cousin of Ms. Armstrong, said Mr. Pierre had limited the number of Ms. Armstrong’s relatives who could attend the funeral and asked them to show identification at the door. She said she had been ejected out after she went to assist her 17-year-old son, who she said was being ‘manhandled.’”
What do you think? Should the mother been allowed to be buried with her children or it is right they were kept apart?
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