Young rogues, Jeunet and Caro, still do not romanticize the old movie and yet sentimental retro style, but fun and mercilessly mocked the fact that most of all love. The meaning of what is happening in the bunker is captured approximately. In the concrete catacombs sit some military, some characteristics similar to the Nazis: shape, stripes on the collar, although in fact it is the characters are more universal. They live in a cave a few ordinary soldiers, a couple of severe type, resembling the SS, a surgeon, a sadist and a man in a wheelchair - perhaps the chief. Plot assembled from several events: catching beetles to kill them current, human experimentation, foray outside the asylum, anxiety, and a mysterious breakdown that leads to what is clearly a very important counter starts the countdown. In the bunker chaos reigns. All of each other for some reason killed, sirens wailing, ominous clouds rushing over the concrete tower, the heroes of the ominous shadows under the clanking, screeching and the sound of rushing through the narrow corridors. Among them, the authors themselves Marc Caro and Jean-Pierre Jeunet. Counter returns to its original position. Everything calms down. Tape ends. If you are wanted, it can be deduced from the "Bunker" anti-militarist idea.
Audrey Tautou, who rose to international stardom with the title role in Jean-Pierre Jeunet's worldwide smash Amelie, reunites with the director for this drama, set during the darkest days of World War I and its immediate aftermath. Mathilde (Tautou) is a pretty but frail young women who was left with a bad leg after a childhood bout with polio. Mathilde lives in a small French village with her Aunt Benedicte (Chantal Neuwirth) and Uncle Sylvain (Dominique Pinon), and is engaged to marry Manech (Gaspard Ulliel), the son of a lighthouse keeper who is fighting with the army near the German front. Manech is one of five soldiers who have been accused of injuring themselves in order to be sent home; in order to discourage similar behavior among their comrades, Manech and the other soldiers are sentenced to death, and the condemned men are marched into the no man's land between the French and German lines, where they are certain to be killed. Mathilde receives word of Manech's death, but in her heart she believes that if the man she loved had been killed, she would know it and feel it.
One woman decides to change the world by changing the lives of the people she knows in this charming and romantic comic fantasy from director Jean-Pierre Jeunet. Amelie (Audrey Tautou) is a young woman who had a decidedly unusual childhood; misdiagnosed with an unusual heart condition, Amelie didn't attend school with other children, but spent most of her time in her room, where she developed a keen imagination and an active fantasy life. Her mother Amandine (Lorella Cravotta) died in a freak accident when Amelie was eight, and her father Raphael (Rufus) had limited contact with her, since his presence seemed to throw her heart into high gear. Despite all this, Amelie has grown into a healthy and beautiful young woman who works in a cafe and has a whimsical, romantic nature. When Princess Diana dies in a car wreck in the summer of 1997, Amelie is reminded that life can be fleeting and she decides it's time for her to intervene in the lives of those around her, hoping to bring a bit of happiness to her neighbors and the regulars at the cafe.