Stephane: Hello, ladies and gentlemen this is your captain speaking. We will be reaching Paris’ Charles de Gaulle in 6 hours and 45 minutes. Please enjoy the flight, fasten your seat belts and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to — BOOM! The pilot will never finish his sentence. Flight 800, on July 17th, 1996, disappears from the sky spreading its 230 passengers all over the North Atlantic. The whole world is in shock.
11:03 am • 7 December 2009 • 153 notes
Stephane: Hi, and welcome back to another episode of Television Educative. Tonight, I will show you how dreams are prepared. People think it’s a very simple and easy process, but it’s a bit more complicated than that. As you can see, a very delicious combination of complex ingredients is the key. First, we put in some random thoughts. And then we add a little bit of reminiscences of the day, mixed with some memories in the past. Love, friendship, relationships, and all those “ships” together with songs you heard during the day, things you saw, and also personal.
10:31 am • 7 December 2009 • 368 notes
The Science Of Sleep, 2006. Starring Gael Garcia Bernal, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Emma de Caunes, Miou-Miou, Pierre Vaneck. (Director: Michel Gondry)
Plot: A timid young man can’t control the fantastical plots and images of his dream world from intruding into his waking hours in this science-fiction romance from director Michel Gondry. After a promising new job sours, Stephane (Garcia Bernal) finds new inspiration in his neighbor Stephanie (Gainsbourg), releasing the bolder personality of his dreams to connect with her.
10:00 am • 7 December 2009 • 307 notes