This week, the Americans released on big screen of angry birds, actor Jean Dujardin decreases in growth, and Tom Hanks met with the king.
Mired with failures of character Hanks bought a plane ticket and went almost in a parallel world - Saudi Arabia. His goal was to conclude a business deal with the local monarch. But the king was a person elusive and from the first day of the trip it all went wrong. In the end, the attempt to escape from the problems turned into a fateful adventure. And, of course, the hero found in the Arabian Peninsula much more than expected. "A hologram for the king" would be just a banal film about finding yourself, if not original take on the exotic Arab world, unobtrusive humor, itself emerging at the intersection of cultures and, of course, the game of the Oscar-winning Hanks.
But, and French movie star Omar Sy in the movie "Chocolate" tells the story of the first in France of a black clown. "Footit and Chocolate," the famous clown Duo in France in the late XIX century. But in this picture all the attention paid to only one spouse - the first in the country in the black clown "Chocolate". A biography of him was extremely vivid and dramatic. escape from the slave owner, meetingwith Putitem, the unprecedented success of their duet, the test of money and fame. However, in the foreground in this movie the theme of inequality. Black clown wished to do Shakespeare and it is that society never forgave him. "Chocolate" is interesting not only as historical drama and dive into the circus backstage, but as a new creative winning actor Omar Sy.
Another prominent Frenchman Jean Dujardin in the film about the great love plays a very small Romeo. "Love not the size of" a film about the struggle of feelings and prejudices. Divorced blonde Diana meets the perfect man. He is a talented architect, decent, gallant, rich, with a great sense of humor and with only one fault, the knight barely comes to Diana on the shoulder. Director Laurent Tirar took a very provocative "love story", turning everything on its head all the templates and girlish dreams of a charming Prince, and the main character was forced to suffer hard, breaking through public opinion and their own stereotypes. Outweigh any stunning charm of Dujardin its unusual growth. This romantic Comedy will make us feel a whole range of new and familiar feelings.