Jumat, 01 Juli 2011

Adèle Blanc-Sec

 Do you like French movies? If yes, Luc Besson's name may appear in your mind. Man this one is known as one of the most prominent filmmakers in the world of film Peancis. The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec is one of his works.

Like most works of Besson, the film is light, entertaining, and do not overload the brain. The storyline has to offer quirky director was a little strange. In fact, too eccentric. However, all does not matter for this kind of movie.

The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec is produced Europacorp. Duration of 107 minutes this film tells the adventure of Adele Blanc-Sec (Louise Bourgoin), which is described as a female version of Indiana Jones. Do not expect any logic, because this film is made to indulge the fantasy audience.

Adele is a gifted novelist. Beautiful woman do it often thrilling adventure as reference material for the works he wrote. This time, the adventure takes Adele looking for a shaman of ancient Egypt, is reportedly able to cure various diseases.

Adventure in the setting of 1912 in France began when Adele's brother injured while playing tennis. The incident makes Adele's sister suffered brain damage that can not be cured. The only hope is if Adele is able to find a legendary healer and raised him from the dead. Without thinking, he went to the Inca heritage in Egypt.

Adele face of adversity. Scientists are supposed to evoke the mummy turned out to have been sentenced to death for the eggs hatched pterodactyl 136 million years old. Ancient animal that was rumored to make a mess all over the city of Paris. Is Adele able to resolve all conflicts that hit?

In addition to Louise Bourgoin, French artist Mathieu Amalric and Gilles Lellouche also enliven The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec. For those of you who like suspense with a little nuance of humor, the film may be your casual friends on the weekends. Interested in watching?

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