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    Hi can anyone help me by giving an example of a paragraph about foreign films and a opinion on them in French pleasee
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    (Original post by Alanaaaaa)
    Hi can anyone help me by giving an example of a paragraph about foreign films and a opinion on them in French pleasee
    Sorry - it's best with stuff like this to try it yourself first. I can check it afterwards, by all means, but use dictionaries and school notes to give it a go with your own ideas first
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    (Original post by Actaeon)
    Sorry - it's best with stuff like this to try it yourself first. I can check it afterwards, by all means, but use dictionaries and school notes to give it a go with your own ideas first
    I haven't been given any information on it that's why I'm here ahah but thankss
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    (Original post by Alanaaaaa)
    I haven't been given any information on it that's why I'm here ahah but thankss
    Well, it's sort of just comparing the different types of film industry and talking about the films they produce. Smaller British films with small budgets; French language films from France, often more 'artistic', and more from the short-films genre; American block-busters with big budgets hence lots of special effects, and famous actors. You could also mention the Cannes film festival.

    They're huge generalisations I know, but that's what teachers usually like
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    Do you speak french by any chance?
    (Original post by Actaeon)
    Well, it's sort of just comparing the different types of film industry and talking about the films they produce. Smaller British films with small budgets; French language films from France, often more 'artistic', and more from the short-films genre; American block-busters with big budgets hence lots of special effects, and famous actors. You could also mention the Cannes film festival.

    They're huge generalisations I know, but that's what teachers usually like
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    (Original post by naxiv)
    Do you speak french by any chance?
    Gosh no, still a long way off any type of fluency. I can stumble through a conversation very slowly, but I'm still learning.
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    (Original post by Alanaaaaa)
    Hi can anyone help me by giving an example of a paragraph about foreign films and a opinion on them in French pleasee
    Hello french is my first language so I thought I could help you out with this.

    Basically I wrote a pragraph about french cinema mainly comparing it to other arts such as poetry -Baudelaire- or the very french philosophical novel - Voltaire- thus highlighting how unique it is in its genre. Finally I quoted two classical film makers ( Renoir and Louis de Funes ) to show how denonciation can be related to the transcendance of beauty and the quest for sublimity.

    Should you need any further help do not hesitate to contact me !

    L'histoire du cinéma français, vestige et héritage de son glorieux passé culturel, fortement empreinte par les valeurs républicaines mais aussi esthétiques à travers la poésie qui en émane, est unique. En effet, la plupart des films classiques français et je pense en particulier à " La règle du jeu" essayent de transfigurer la beauté inhérente à chaque individu, dans cette quête du sublime que la poésie de Baudelaire a déjà visité ; tout en gardant un lien indéniable avec la réalité puisque Renoir dénonçait les privilèges de la classe bourgeoise vivant presque en autarcie du monde. D'autant plus que l'Ironie présente dans ce film est un leitmotiv du cinéma français ( remercions Voltaire ) que l'on retrouve notamment dans les films de Louis de Funès qui mêlent farce vaudeville au comique intellectuel.
    En ce sens, le cinéma français est un art à part entière où les avancées techniques en matière de sonorisation et de montage sont au service de la poésie et de la dénonciation.
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    (Original post by houdhoud1997)
    Hello french is my first language so I thought I could help you out with this.

    Basically I wrote a pragraph about french cinema mainly comparing it to other arts such as poetry -Baudelaire- or the very french philosophical novel - Voltaire- thus highlighting how unique it is in its genre. Finally I quoted two classical film makers ( Renoir and Louis de Funes ) to show how denonciation can be related to the transcendance of beauty and the quest for sublimity.

    Should you need any further help do not hesitate to contact me !

    L'histoire du cinéma français, vestige et héritage de son glorieux passé culturel, fortement empreinte par les valeurs républicaines mais aussi esthétiques à travers la poésie qui en émane, est unique. En effet, la plupart des films classiques français et je pense en particulier à " La règle du jeu" essayent de transfigurer la beauté inhérente à chaque individu, dans cette quête du sublime que la poésie de Baudelaire a déjà visité ; tout en gardant un lien indéniable avec la réalité puisque Renoir dénonçait les privilèges de la classe bourgeoise vivant presque en autarcie du monde. D'autant plus que l'Ironie présente dans ce film est un leitmotiv du cinéma français ( remercions Voltaire ) que l'on retrouve notamment dans les films de Louis de Funès qui mêlent farce vaudeville au comique intellectuel.
    En ce sens, le cinéma français est un art à part entière où les avancées techniques en matière de sonorisation et de montage sont au service de la poésie et de la dénonciation.
 
 
 
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