“Amélie” charms her way back to New York

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Amélie, by Jean-Pierre Jeunet


Front/Row Stage, 11 Fulton Street, New York,

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August 21st at 8pm


Free


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Translated by Alex Cadier

We just can’t get enough of this gem.

“Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain” (Or “Amélie”) will be shown in New York once again on August, 21st at the Seaport Film & Food Festival.

The concept: to discover foods from different countries (Taiwan, Sweden, Mexico and France) before offering a free film screening.

Food discovery will take place between 6pm and 7pm with the film being shown at 8pm.

Amélie, a young waitress in a bar in Montmartre (Paris), never tires of people watching and has given herself one goal: help those around her to be happy. She gets creative and invents a variety of plots to help them on their quest towards happiness.

The film will be shown in French with English subtitles.

More Information:

Amélie, by Jean-Pierre Jeunet


Front/Row Stage, 11 Fulton Street, New York,


August 21st at 8pm


Free


More information here



Translated by Alex Cadier