"The Artist": not a French success?

February 27, 2012

 

Nathalie Arthaud, French Workers' Struggle politician and candidate to the 2012 French presidential election, surely feels a deep itching, not to say pruritus, down in her bolshevik mind when it comes to honor and celebrate victories and successes of "her" country, France.

Nathalie Arthaud

French Workers' Struggle politician Nathalie Arthaud

 

Let's read comrade Arthaud's kolkhoz-like prose:

« It's foremost a collective achievement. This movie is actually a French-American one. It was shot in the USA with American technicians. We are not alone in our tiny village of Gauls, and this movie did not come out like that, from some Gallic Genius. It's not true. It resulted from exchanges. »

 

Although the Los Angeles Times points out that the Sunday night of the 84th Academy Awards was an "especially good night for the French", and The New York Times stressed out that the movie "was conceived in France", Nathalie Arthaud's typical anti patriotic stance was undoubtedly conceived during brainwashing sessions with Karl Marx's nauseous literature.



Jean Dujardin

French actor Jean Dujardin wins best actor Oscar for 'The Artist'

 

During Nathalie Arthaud's good o'l days, as long as Soviet artists served the interest of domestic or foreign propaganda, they were anointed and supported by Stalin…till the next purge.



No need to proceed to a purge to get rid of Nathalie Arthaud olden fads and days.
Her political movement will soon belong to some Prehistory Museum, while The Artist and its two French heroes, Jean Dujardin and Bérénice Béjot, produced by French Thomas Langmann (son of late Claude Berri) and directed by French Michel Hazanavicius, will keep on cheering the hearts of million of spectators.


Jean Dujardin and Bérénice Béjot

 

 

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