Place kklk Fêtes – Oliver Schmitz
In Southern African filmmaker Oliver Schmitz's " Place des Fêtes", a povertous musician about to die on a streets corner complies with the great like of his life. Very easily one of " Paris U T'aime" is actually most tragic short stories, Schmitz's unfulfilled love story spoke to me as one of the best films of " Paris Je T'aime", perhaps even one of the greatest brief films I'd personally seen however.
We start on the personalized walls with the obelisk outside of the titular Place dieses Fêtes. As the camera moves down, we arrive upon the fatigued encounter of our strangely well-dressed leading part, Hassan. As he stares up at the clouds and buildings around him, a girl comes running approximately him. When he notices who also she is, he can dumbstruck, puzzled. He spots a hand on her deal with, but she quickly forces it away. Undeterred, this individual tries to generate conversation, speaking about how this individual got shown aggression towards by a bug, how the areas aren't secure, how his home country is significantly safer. If he finally coaxes her term out of her, Sophie, he asks her out for coffee. Although she answers his concerns, she is preoccupied with anything in front of Hassan, something up to date of watch of the camera. Hassan at some point asks to massage her feet. Naturally, a little freaked out, the lady asks so why, to which Hassan utters a cheesy get line: " you've been running through my mind all day". Sophie smiles, even now a little put off. Only throughout this silence do we finally find what they are undertaking: Hassan is definitely injured, with Sophie the paramedic dealing with him. Once again, Hassan demands her get out with him to acquire coffee, to which she finally complies, asking her friend to bring both of them cups. Since her friend complies, Hassan winces through the pain, plus the film whizzes back, for the split second, to earlier, when Hassan was injured looking for help. Viewing the end arriving, Hassan transforms back to Sophie, asks her if she remembers him. But the girl doesn't, therefore to jog her memory, Hassan begins to sing a song. The song triggers the film to flash...