venice film festival coup de chance

Woody Allen’s Coup de Chance premiered on the Venice Film Festival on Monday. The movie, which was directed and written by Allen himself, obtained a five-minute ovation from the viewers.

Coup de Chance facilities round Fanny and Jean who appear like the best married couple—they’re each professionally achieved, they dwell in a stunning condominium in an unique neighborhood of Paris, and so they appear to be in love simply as a lot as they have been after they first met. But when Fanny by accident bumps into Alain, a former highschool classmate, she’s swept off her toes. They quickly see one another once more and get nearer and nearer.

Allen’s fiftieth film stars Lou de Laâge, Valérie Lemercier, Melvil Poupaud, Niels Schneider, Elsa Zylberstein, Bárbara Goenaga, Grégory Gadebois, Anne Loiret, Sara Martins, Guillaume de Tonquédec and Arnaud Viard.

The 87-year-old director had received a warm welcome from the press who broke out in applause for Allen.

“I’ve been very, very fortunate. I’ve been fortunate my complete life. I had two loving dad and mom and good buddies. I’ve an exquisite spouse and marriage, two kids… When I began making movies all of the folks selected to emphasise what I used to be in a position to do properly… they have been beneficiant,” Allen mentioned.

At the time of presenting the movie earlier this 12 months, Allen described Coup de Chance as “a recent story of romance, ardour and violence set in modern Paris.”

“Shot all around the metropolis and a bit of bit within the countryside, it evolves round a romance between two younger people who find themselves previous buddies and devolves into marital infidelity and in the end crime,” he continued. “It stars very gifted French actors and actresses, is all within the French language and appears very stunning as photographed by the good cinematographer, Vittorio Storaro. The relaxation I’ll go away to shock.”

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