Summary of Première n ° 522: A special issue in tribute to Jean-Paul Belmondo

Summary of Première n ° 522: A special issue in tribute to Jean-Paul Belmondo
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Premiere n ° 522: Jean-Paul Belmondo is on the cover
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Premiere n ° 522: Here is its illustrated summary
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Premiere n ° 522: Belmondo in six cult films
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Premiere n ° 522: On the cover: Homage to Jean-Paul Belmondo
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Premiere n ° 522: Bébel seen by Belmondo
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Premiere n ° 522: The news of October 2021
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Premiere n ° 522: Focus on Dying Can Wait, by Cary Joji Fukunaga
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Premiere n ° 522: Portrait of Damien Bonnard
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Premiere n ° 522: Interview with Joachim Trier
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Premiere n ° 522: Portrait of Ridley Scott
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Premiere n ° 522: Portfolio on The Wolf People by Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart
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Premiere n ° 522: Interview with Jane Campion
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Premiere n ° 522: Focus on Tralala d'Arnaud and Jean-Marie Larrieu
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Premiere n ° 522: The critical summary
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Summary of Première n ° 522: A special issue in tribute to Jean-Paul Belmondo
Premiere n ° 522: Jean-Paul Belmondo is on the cover
Premiere n ° 522: Here is its illustrated summary
Premiere n ° 522: Belmondo in six cult films
Premiere n ° 522: On the cover: Homage to Jean-Paul Belmondo
Premiere n ° 522: Bébel seen by Belmondo
Premiere n ° 522: The news of October 2021
Premiere n ° 522: Focus on Dying Can Wait, by Cary Joji Fukunaga
Premiere n ° 522: Portrait of Damien Bonnard
Premiere n ° 522: Interview with Joachim Trier
Premiere n ° 522: Portrait of Ridley Scott
Premiere n ° 522: Portfolio on The Wolf People by Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart
Premiere n ° 522: Interview with Jane Campion
Premiere n ° 522: Focus on Tralala d'Arnaud and Jean-Marie Larrieu
Premiere n ° 522: The critical summary

Premiere n ° 522: Jean-Paul Belmondo is on the cover

Premiere n ° 522: Here is its illustrated summary

Premiere n ° 522: Belmondo in six cult films

Premiere n ° 522: On the cover: Homage to Jean-Paul Belmondo

Premiere n ° 522: Bébel seen by Belmondo

Premiere n ° 522: The news of October 2021

Premiere n ° 522: Focus on Dying Can Wait, by Cary Joji Fukunaga

Premiere n ° 522: Portrait of Damien Bonnard

Premiere n ° 522: Interview with Joachim Trier

Premiere n ° 522: Portrait of Ridley Scott

Premiere n ° 522: Portfolio on The Wolf People by Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart

Premiere n ° 522: Interview with Jane Campion

Premiere n ° 522: Focus on Tralala d’Arnaud and Jean-Marie Larrieu

Premiere n ° 522: The critical summary

Jane Campion, James Bond, Ridley Scott, Joachim Trier and Le Peuple Loup are also on the program.

Exceptionally, the new number of First appears this Saturday, September 18, a little early and Jean-Paul Belmondo In front page. The actor, who has just left us at the age of 88, is in the spotlight of this First of October, in a 30-page tribute file reviewing his “Bébel career” through interviews, anecdotes and photos from cult shoots.

Also in the summary, focus on To die can wait, the new James Bond which is finally released in theaters, and Tralala, the original film by the Larrieu brothers, interviews with Joachim Trier, back with Julie (in 12 chapters) and of Jane campion, who received the Silver Lion for Best Director at the last Venice Film Festival for The power of the dog with Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons. Two portraits are on the program: of the actor Damien Bonnard, awesome in The Unquiet, and of Ridley scott, doubly on the bill in the coming weeks, since he has produced a medieval drama in quick succession, The Last Duel, and a thriller, House of Gucci. And the portfolio of the month is devoted to the very nice animated film The Wolf People.

The critical notebook is also well filled: Flag Day, Candyman, Honey Cigar, Eiffel, Dune, The Velvet Undergroud Where Demonic are analyzed in particular on the film side, and Foundation, Y: The Last Man or the second seasons of Mytho and The Morning Show, side series. And it’s Vincent Lacoste which lends itself to the game of “film which …”.

Good reading !

Death of Jean-Paul Belmondo: his cult interview for Première in 1995

Here is the editorial of this new issue:

“TOC, TOC, BADABOUM! “

First appeared on newsstands at the end of 1976. It was precisely when Jean-Paul Belmondo became more than a star, a brand. A label, the promise of big popular success and enormous commercial machinery. The thing is that at its inception, this newspaper intended to support a new generation of actors and actresses (Patrick Dewaere, Isabelle Adjani, Miou-Miou and Depardieu …), young directors who wanted to move the lines (Annaud, Leconte or Pialat for example). And in this story, the ogre Belmondo had to stay on the sidelines. Result: in forty years of First, there were only four Bébel blankets. And a few years of quarrel. We glued the pieces together several times. The last one was for an interview that remained collector – 1995 and the famous “Knock, knock, badaboum!” “. But a few hours after his disappearance, putting in a Jean-Paul Belmondo was instantly essential. Because he was the tallest. But above all because in addition to being a huge actor, being the last French star (in any case the only absolutely unifying), he totally embodied an industry and a culture. It was Pierrot le fou and the Guignolo. The only one capable of making the link between Godard and Lautner. Belmondo was French cinema.
Gaël Golhen, editor-in-chief.

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