Some of us get to aging and we no longer look like when we were young, beautiful and full of strength. Some hated by all, some, very few, remain as enjoyable and pleasant. Jean-Paul Belmondo is such a latter happy case. At 83, he is still a very nice old man who laughs and smiles all the time. In this documentary made by his son, Paul Belmondo, the great and very modest French actor returns to the locations of some of his great films, telling us spicy secrets and other happenings. We learn how Belmondo started to perform his own stunts, in "That Man from Rio" in Brazil, having as partner the superb but prematurely disappeared Francoise Dorleac (Catherine Deneuve's sister). We see the beautiful Ursula Andress, very well-preserved for her age, telling us the truth about Jean-Paul. We see also talking about Bebel, great directors such Jean-Pierre Melville, Henri Verneuil, Jean-Luc Godard, Philippe de Broca, Claude Lelouch, Georges Lautner, Philippe Labro, and actors like Jean Rochefort, Jean-Pierre Marielle, Robert Hossein, Alain Delon, Nicole Calfan, etc. Great music and very charming places (Italy, Monaco, Brazil, France).
0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this