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Re: “Cherished Illusions: Another Year and The Illusionist

Sadly Chomet’s treatment of this inherently emotional and compelling tale seems to take one fathers guilt (tati’s),to his estranged daughter, and stolen and repackaged by another wayward father (Chomet) to his own ostracised daughter as a second hand show of affection.

read here for further details:

http://news.scotsman.com/movies/Interview-…

And for the truth:

http://blogs.suntimes.com/ebert/pages-for-…

Chomet’s point-blank refusal to acknowledge any existing family seems disingenious to the point of stupidity. Could it be, as this observer suspects, there are descrepency’s over the authenticity of how he (Chomet) came about this script, and therefore the overall legitimacy of how it to be in his hands in the first instance? Why else persistently deny the existence of Tati’s remaining family members?

Posted by SMA100 on 01/12/2011 at 10:19 AM

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