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‘It’s pure cinema’: For La La Land director, it’s the best scene in cinema!

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Only 39 years old, American filmmaker Damien Chazelle has already made 5 feature films and won an Oscar for Best Director with La La Land, one of the must-sees of the last decade.

In a few years, this lover of jazz and the seventh art will make us dream with this sensitive musical comedy of Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, make us vibrate with the violent and brutal Whiplash and take us on a journey beyond the atmosphere. First man and declining Californian 1920s near Babylon.

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“The ending is extraordinary”

But what are the films and scenes that fueled his imagination and inspiration as a filmmaker? What are your best viewer memories? What jobs made him want to do this?

When he was at our microphone for the theatrical release of La La Land in 2017, Damien Chazelle agreed to discuss for us what he considered the best scene in cinema from another legendary musical: The Umbrellas of Jacques Cherbourg. Demi.

“The ending is extraordinary,” he told us, referring to the bittersweet reunion of two heroes whose romance never materialized.

“pure cinema”

“With the snow, the gas station, the final meeting between Catherine Deneuve and Nino Castelnuovo, it’s magical. It’s sublime, that kind of sequence is pure cinema. We can’t do it in any other medium, in a novel, a novel. A play or a painting. It’s cinema. It’s so emotional, But also sincere.”

This heartbreaking conclusion, which was probably inspired by La La Land, also left its mark on Damien Chazelle’s first feature film: Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench, which also tells an impossible love story, and whose two protagonists first had exactly the same thing. Names Cherbourg umbrellas.

Directed by Jacques Demi in 1964, this legendary musical comedy, starring Catherine Deneuve and Nino Castelnuovo in particular, won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival that same year.

(re)discover the trailer for the film…

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Source: Allocine

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