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Audrey Tautou returns to dream in Amelie’s The Fabulous World turns 20

The fabulous world of Amelie turns 20 and returns to the room.The cult film with Audrey Tautou in cinemas on 11 and 12 May
Amelie loves going to the cinema, observing the faces of other spectators in the dark and grasping the small details that can only be seen on the big screen: small pleasures that only the magic of the room can give. And it is precisely for this reason that on the occasion of the 20 years since the debut in the cinema (April 25, 2001) of The fabulous world of Amelie, BiM Distribuzione brings back to theaters on May 11 and 12 the film by Jean-Pierre Jeunet starring Audrey Tautou and alongside him Mathieu Kassovitz, Dominique Pinon, Rufus, Serge Merlin.
The Fabulous World of Amélie (Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amélie Poulain) is a film by Jean-Pierre Jeunet with Audrey Tautou and Mathieu Kassovitz. The film is told in a fairytale way and tells the story of Amélie, a rather sweet and eccentric girl who lives in a world of her own.

The fabulous world of Amélie is about Amélie as a child who is not loved by parents who are often absent from her. The film shows weirdness and extravagance in large quantities: a somewhat anomalous film that has met with great success and is now considered a sort of cult film.

Amélie escapes the extremely negative reality for her and takes refuge in a somewhat magical and surreal alternative world. She is sad and melancholy and, even when she grows up, she retains her shy and solitary character. Small pleasures count for the girl. For Amélie everything seems to have an immense value and she engages in a sort of crusade for the “defense” of those who suffer, those who seem to be rejected or otherwise fragile, extremely sensitive, weak people. And she too is like that and becomes a sort of champion of people who, in one way or another, fail to be winners in life.

Photo Courtsey Miramax

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