The Last Duel, by Ridley Scott, starts after the biopic worn by Romain Duris. (Source: Le Film Français)
Offered in 27 Parisian cinemas, Eiffel attracted 1610 curious people this morning, which allows it to take the lead in the ranking of the first sessions of this Wednesday, October 13. This biopic of Gustave Eiffel, directed by Martin Bourboulon (Mom or dad) and worn by Romain Duris and Emma Mackey, starts well, even if it is far enough from the score of To die can wait last week (3,932 entries recorded in 32 theaters).
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Offered in 19 theaters, The Last Duel and Julie (in 12 chapters) each attracts a little more than 700 curious, which is a good surprise for the film by Joachim Trier, acclaimed at the last Cannes film festival (its main actress, Renate Reinsve, walked away with the Best Actress award), but below expectations for Ridley Scott’s medieval film, yet worn by popular actors (Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Adam Driver …). The animated film The Addams Family 2 and the thriller The man in the cellar, with François Cluzet, completed the top 5 thanks to 592 and 455 tickets sold in 15 and 12 theaters respectively.
The table of the first Parisian sessions of Wednesday, October 13, 2021:
The Last Duel is a new high for Ridley Scott [critique]