COCO AVANT CHANEL Trailer
Check out the French trailer for the movie COCO AVANT CHANEL (Coco Before Chanel) starring Audrey Tautou, Alessandro Nivola, Benoît Poelvoorde, Marie Gillain, Emmanuelle Devos, and directed by Anne Fontaine.
I just love Audrey Tautou and so it’s really exciting to see her in such an interesting part. And it’s also pretty fun to see Alessandro Nivola especially since he’s speaking French. Plus I’ve been a fan of his for years.
As for Benoît Poelvoorde so far I have only seen him in funny parts, so I’m curious to see him in something a little more serious.
The trailer for Coco Avant Chanel looks pretty amazing if you ask me. I cannot wait to see it. And since the trailer is in French and there are no subtitles, I translated pretty much everything that is said for you. You can find the translation at the bottom below the trailer.
Enjoy and let me know what you think. Will you go see Coco Avant Chanel when it comes out?
Coco Avant Chanel will be released to theaters in France on April 22, 2009. No US release date yet. Watch the trailer below.
Here is the translation of the Coco Avant Chanel trailer:
What’s your name?
Everybody calls me Coco.
You have a separate destiny. You don’t look like anybody.
Which of the two is the youngest?
When I’m bored I feel very old.
And tonight how old are you?
Tonight, I’m a thousand years old.
It’s not by kissing your baron that you’re going to get out.
Maurice wants to marry me.
Do you really think a baron wants to marry a girl like you?
Who should I say you are?
What are you doing here?
My sister doesn’t live too far from here.
You live at Balsan’s?
Can you tell me what you did to the dress I gave you?
I hung it back up on the windows, I felt like I was wearing a curtain.
Too bad, you almost looked like a lady.
You are elegant.
You like her that much?
I like her.
I had never seen the sea before.
How was your trip? Did you have fun?
Are you jealous?
Too many feathers, too much make-up, too much of everything.
What I’m missing is a job. I’m going to go to Paris.
You don’t seriously want to work?
I think she’s right.
You shouldn’t put such ideas in her head.
I am tired of entertaining your stupid friends.
Don’t talk to me like that.
I’ll talk to you however I want to.
One day they’ll fight to eat at our table.