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52nd IFFI’s Homage To Bertrand Tavernier, Christopher Plummer, Jean-Claude Carriere & Jean-Paul Belmondo


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Every
edition
of
the
International
Film
Festival
of
India
pays
a
tribute
to
the
stalwarts
that
the
film
industry
lost.
The
Homage
section
of
the
52nd
IFFI
will
salute
the
veterans
we
lost
in
the
recent
past.
The
festival
will
showcase
films
of
Bertrand
Tavernier,
Christopher
Plummer,
Jean-Claude
Carriere
and
Jean-Paul
Belmondo.

52-IFFI

The
52nd
IFFI
will
showcase
the
following
films
in
the
Homage
section-


Bertrand
Tavernier


A
Sunday
in
the
Country

by
Bertrand
Tavernier
France
|
1984
|
French
|
90
min.|
Colour
Synopsis:
Monsieur
Ladmiral
is
an
elderly,
widowed
painter
who
lives
on
a
rambling
estate
outside
Paris.
During
a
visit
from
his
son,
Gonzague,
Ladmiral
hints
that
Gonzague
is
too
complacent
in
life
and
wishes
that
his
son
was
more
like
his
free-spirited
daughter
Irene.
Admiral
wants
to
be
freer,
too.
When
Irene
joins
them,
tensions
among
the
family
members
rise.

15 Films Lined Up For International Competition At 52nd IFFI In Goa15
Films
Lined
Up
For
International
Competition
At
52nd
IFFI
In
Goa


Christopher
Plummer


All
the
Money
in
the
World

by
Ridley
Scott

United
States,
United
Kingdom
|
2017
|
English
|
135
min.
|
Colour

Cast:
Christopher
Plummer,
Michelle
Williams,
Mark
Wahlberg,
Romain
Duris,
Charlie
Plummer

Synopsis:
The
film
revolves
around
the
kidnapping
of
16-year
old
John
Paul
Getty
III
and
the
desperate
attempt
by
his
devoted
mother
Gail
to
convince
his
billionaire
grandfather
(Christopher
Plummer)
to
pay
the
ransom.
Getty
Sr.
refuses.
With
her
son’s
life
in
the
balance,
Gail
and
Getty’s
advisor,
Mark
Wahlberg
become
unlikely
allies
in
the
race
against
time
that
ultimately
reveals
the
true
and
lasting
value
of
love
over
money.

Exclusive: Filmmaker Utpal Kalal On His Documentary The 14th February And Beyond's Success At IFFI GoaExclusive:
Filmmaker
Utpal
Kalal
On
His
Documentary
The
14th
February
And
Beyond’s
Success
At
IFFI
Goa


Jean-Claude
Carriere


At
Eternity’s
Gate

by
Julian
Schnabel

Screenplay:
Jean-Claude
Carriere,
Louise
Kugelberg,
Julian
Schnabel

USA,
France
|
2018
|
English,
French
|
110
min.|Colour

Synopsis:
This
film
is
an
accumulation
of
scenes
based
on
Vincent
Van
Gogh’s
paintings,
common
agreement
about
events
in
his
life
that
parade
as
facts,
hearsay
and
scenes
that
are
just
plain
invented.
The
making
of
art
gives
an
opportunity
to
make
a
palpable
body
that
expresses
a
reason
to
live.
Even
with
all
the
violence
and
tragedy
associated
with
Van
Gogh’s
life,
his
was
a
life
lived
rich
with
magic,
profound
communication
with
nature
and
the
wonder
of
being.
Van
Gogh’s
work
is
ultimately
optimistic.
His
unique
perspective
is
one
whose
belief
and
vision
make
visible
and
physical
the
inexpressible.


Jean-Paul
Belmondo

by
Jean-Luc
Godard


Breathless

Country
|
Year
|
Language
|
Duration:
France
|
1960
|
French
|
90
min.
|Colour

Cast:
Jean-Paul
Belmondo,
Jean
Seberg,
Daniel
Boulanger

Synopsis:
Michel,
a
petty
thief,
steals
a
car
and
impulsively
murders
a
policeman.
Hence,
he
creates
an
escape
plan
to
hide
away
in
Italy
and
persuades
his
love
interest
Patricia,
to
come
along
with
him.

Story first published: Wednesday, November 17, 2021, 17:22 [IST]

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