CRITICAL – Michel Leclerc brings face to face a chic young singer and a popular karaoke fan. A satire not always fine.
Comedy writer Michel Leclerc has two hobbies: politics and music. The first has been at the heart of his cinema since his beginnings, for the better (Name of peoplewith Sara Forestier as a woman on the left who sleeps with men on the right to make them change sides) and for the worse (Class strugglewith Édouard Baer in boho confronted with the school map).
The second is his great passion. He composed a hundred songs, was part of several groups in his youth and started touring by making music videos. With Tastes and colorsLeclerc puts his music in his cinema.
Some very good scenes
We fear the worst in the first minutes. Marcia (Rebecca Marder), a young singer with a bright future, composes an album with her idol, Daredjane. Judith Chemla makes boxes of it in the old glory of the 1970s, reclusive in her apartment on Île Saint Louis.
Mix of Janis Joplin and Catherine Ringer (or Patti Smith and Brigitte Fontaine), she is little helped by makeup…