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关于法国戛纳电影节的英语介绍|星二代小鲜肉演绎忘年恋激吻,还凭此片获得戛纳电影节最佳男主角

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星二代小鲜肉演绎忘年恋激吻,还凭此片获得戛纳电影节最佳男主角

这个星二代就是董子健,1993年出生,2013年刚满20岁的他凭借首部电影《青春派》入围“第50届台湾电影金马奖”最佳新演员奖,一出道就是大银幕主角,可少不了亲爹妈的助力,如今多少小花小鲜肉还在轧电视剧。亲爹是动作演员董志华,亲妈虽不是明星,却是中国第一代经纪人,被众多大腕明星尊称为“花姐”的王京花,经她带红的明星数不胜数,胡军、李冰冰、任泉、左小青、郭晓冬等,也早已成立了自己的文化公司,在娱乐圈的人脉自然不用说!所以董子健真是妥妥的星二代!

今天要说的这部电影是贾樟柯导演的《山河故人》,2015年22岁的他凭借此片获得第68届戛纳电影节最佳男主角奖项,年纪轻轻就获得这样国际级别的大奖,可谓是人生赢家了。

星二代小鲜肉演绎忘年恋激吻,还凭此片获得戛纳电影节最佳男主角

董子健和张艾嘉参加戛纳电影节

这里插播一下张艾嘉,1953年生人,和董子健整整差40岁。但她颜值巅峰时期也是个美少女哦,她曾经在77年香港导演李翰祥版的《金玉良缘红楼梦》中饰演林黛玉,和她搭档演贾宝玉的可是林青霞。

星二代小鲜肉演绎忘年恋激吻,还凭此片获得戛纳电影节最佳男主角

一对璧人赏心悦目

那么这段忘年恋是怎么发生的呢?董子健饰演的男主小时候爸妈离婚了,亲爹煤老板给他找了个嗲嗲的新妈,7岁最后一次见到亲妈,之后煤老板就带他移民澳洲了,再也没有见过亲妈,直到男主长大变成一个叛逆期少年,一口英文甚至无法和依旧说着山西方言的亲爹沟通。在中文学校男主认识了离婚的香港老师张艾嘉,本来他们愉快地保持着纯洁的师生关系,在一次地铁偶遇中,男主居然开始撩起了老师,聊过之后发现两人说话还蛮投缘的。之后男主在打工送外卖时,居然送到了老师家里,难道这就是缘分?后来男主和亲爹闹翻心里不爽,和老师去做直升机,在高空中男主居然情不自禁的吻了老师,老师二话不说申深情回吻,虽然截图辣眼睛,但还是不得不服二位的演技,董子健和老戏骨对激吻戏毫不怯场,行云流水。

星二代小鲜肉演绎忘年恋激吻,还凭此片获得戛纳电影节最佳男主角

两人在直升机上忘情激吻

镜头一转, 这一次男主没送外卖,把自己送到老师床上去了,震碎三观。虽然我明白他俩的情感需求,可是看到这样的画面还是让我无以言表。

星二代小鲜肉演绎忘年恋激吻,还凭此片获得戛纳电影节最佳男主角

不可描述

事后男主哭的好伤心,说他想妈妈了,老师提出可以带他回国找妈妈。

星二代小鲜肉演绎忘年恋激吻,还凭此片获得戛纳电影节最佳男主角

本宝宝想妈妈了

结果在订机票时男主被客服刺激了。

星二代小鲜肉演绎忘年恋激吻,还凭此片获得戛纳电影节最佳男主角

谁也想不到他们是情侣关系吧

老师并没有怪他,转身离开了,留下男主一人在风中迷茫。

星二代小鲜肉演绎忘年恋激吻,还凭此片获得戛纳电影节最佳男主角

男主也没有挽留老师

男主从小缺失母爱,又无法和父亲沟通,喜欢上了比自己年龄大很多的离婚老师;老师和外国丈夫离婚,空虚寂寞,也无法控制的爱上了可以做自己儿子的人。两个自以为找到真爱的人,最后却分道扬镳。朋友们,年龄差距这么大的恋情,你们觉得是真爱吗?还是依赖?


关于法国戛纳电影节的英语介绍

The Cannes Festival (French: Festival de Cannes), named until 2002 as the International Film Festival (Festival international du film) and known in English as the Cannes Film Festival, is an annual film festival held in Cannes, France, which previews new films of all genres, including documentaries, from around the world. Founded in 1946, it is considered the most prestigious film festival in the world and is one of the most publicised,[1][2][3] together with theBerlin International Film Festival and the Venice Film Festival. The invitation-only festival is held annually (usually in May) at the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès.The 2015 Cannes Film Festival took place between 13–24 May 2015. American film directors Joel Coen and Ethan Coen were the joint Presidents of the Jury. Dheepan, the film directed by French director Jacques Audiard, won the Palme d"Or.On 1 July 2014, co-founder and former head of French pay-TV operator Canal+ Pierre Lescure took over as President of the festival. The Board of Directors also appointed Gilles Jacob as Honorary President of the festival.HistoryThe Cannes Film Festival has its origins in 1932 when Jean Zay, the French Minister of National Education, on the proposal of Philippe Erlanger and with the support of the British and Americans, set up an international cinematographic festival. In 1947, the festival was held as the "Festival du film de Cannes", where films from sixteen countries were presented. At that time the principle of equality was introduced, with a jury made up of only one representative per country.[7] The festival is now held at the Palais des Festivals, expressly constructed for the occasion, although for its 1949 inaugural the roof was unfinished and blew off during a storm. The festival was not held in 1948 and 1950 on account of budgetary problems. Although its origins may be attributed in part to the French desire to compete with Autumn"s Venice Film Festival, in 1951 Cannes was moved to spring to avoid a fall clash.In 1955, the Palme d"Or was created, replacing the Grand Prix du Festival which had been given until that year. In 1957, Dolores del Rio was the first female member of the jury as a Sélection officielle – Member. In 1959, the Marché du Film (Film Market) was founded, giving the festival a commercial character and facilitating exchanges between sellers and buyers in the film industry. Today it has become the first international platform for film commerce.[8]In 1962, the International Critics" Week was born, created by the French Union of Film Critics as the first parallel section of the Cannes Film Festival. Its goal was to showcase first and second works by directors from all over the world, not succumbing to commercial tendencies.[9] In 1965, an hommage was paid toJean Cocteau after his death, and he was named Honorary President for life. The next year, Olivia de Havilland was named the first female president of the festival.The 1968 festival was halted on 19 May. Some directors, such as Carlos Saura and Miloš Forman, had withdrawn their films from the competition. On 18 May, filmmaker Louis Malle along with a group of directors took over the large room of the Palais and interrupted the projections in solidarity with students and labour on strike throughout France,[10] and in protest to the eviction of the then President of the Cinémathèque Française. The filmmakers achieved the reinstatement of the President, and they founded the Film Directors" Society (SRF) that same year.[11] In 1969, the SRF, led by Pierre-Henri Deleau created theDirectors" Fortnight, a new non-competitive section that programs a selection of films from around the world, distinguished by the independent judgment displayed in the choice of films.[12]During the 1970s, important changes occurred in the Festival. In 1972, Robert Favre Le Bret was named the new President, and Maurice Bessy the managing director. He immediately introduced an important change in the selection of the participating films. Until that date, the different countries chose which films would represent them in the festival. Bessy created one committee to select French films, and another for foreign films.[13] In 1978, Gilles Jacob assumed the President position, introducing the Caméra d"Or award and the Un Certain Regard section. Other changes were the decrease of length of the festival down to thirteen days, thus reducing the number of selected films; also, until that point the Jury was composed by Film Academics, and Jacob started to introduce celebrities and professionals from the film industry.[14]In 1983, a new, much bigger Palais des Festivals et ...


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