Hiroshima mon amour. Plot Hiroshima mon amour concerns a series of conversations (or one enormous conversation) over a 36-hour long period between a French actress (Emmanuelle Riva), referred to as She, and a Japanese architect (Eiji Okada), referred to as He. They have had a brief relationship, and are now separating. The two debate memory and forgetfulness as She prepares to depart, comparing failed relationships with the bombing of Hiroshima and the perspectives of people inside and outside the incidents. The early part of the film recounts, in the style of a documentary but narrated by the so far unidentified characters, the effects of the Hiroshima bomb on August 6, 1945, in particular the loss of hair and the complete anonymity of the remains of some victims. He had been conscripted into the Japanese army and his family was in Hiroshima on that day. Cast Production The film was a co-production by companies from both Japan and France.
Reception Film references Le cinéma est politique - House of Cards (U.S. TV series) For its first season, House of Cards received nine Primetime Emmy Award nominations, becoming the first original online-only web television series to receive major Emmy nominations. Among its nine nominations were Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for Kevin Spacey, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for Robin Wright, and Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series for David Fincher.
The show also earned four Golden Globe Award nominations and Wright won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama to be the first major acting award for an online-only web television series. Frank's wife Claire runs a charity, the Clean Water Initiative ("CWI"), but her intentions are not made explicit. She seems to use her charity to cultivate her own power and influence, yet its ultimate purpose remains unknown. In the opening episode, she deems the otherwise-successful charity to have too-limited a footprint. Mes films et series. The Legend of Zhen Huan. The Legend of Zhen Huan, also known as Hou Gong Zhen Huan Zhuan (simplified Chinese: 后宫甄嬛传; traditional Chinese: 後宮甄嬛傳), is a Chinese television series based on the Internet novel of the same name.
It first aired in China on 17 November 2011. It was announced in 2013 that the drama will be exported to the U.S and re-edit into six TV movies and broadcast on mainstream TV channels in the U.S. Plot In the first year of Emperor Yongzheng's (Chen Jianbin) rule, in order to balance different powers in both the royal harem and the Imperial court, the Empress Dowager Xiaogongren (Leanne Liu) orders an election of all daughters of government officials for the royal harem.
Zhen Huan (Sun Li), born into a family of government officials, is intelligent, beautiful, and wise. The Emperor realizes the Nian Gengyao's plot to usurp him, thus he orders Zhen Huan's father, Zhen Yuandao, to remove the Nian family, while Zhen Huai also uses her wits to defeat Consort Hua. Candice Renoir. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.
Candice Renoir est une série télévisée française de dix-huit épisodes réalisée par Christophe Douchand, Nicolas Picard-Dreyfuss, Olivier Laneurie, Stéphane Malhuret et Olivier Barma, diffusée à partir du sur France 2. Synopsis[modifier | modifier le code] Candice Renoir, mère de quatre enfants, reprend son métier de policier après avoir arrêté pendant dix ans suite à une mise en disponibilité. Pas facile d'être maman et commandant de police, d'autant plus que Candice a du mal à se faire accepter de ses collègues et qu'elle est un peu dépassée par les nouvelles technologies. Fiche technique[modifier | modifier le code] Pays : FranceLangue : françaisDurée : 52 minDate de première diffusion : France : 19 avril 2013 (France 2) Distribution[modifier | modifier le code] Acteurs principaux[modifier | modifier le code] Acteurs invités[modifier | modifier le code] Saison 1 (2013)[modifier | modifier le code]