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Paris premiere live.
Event / meeting this sunday at 17 pm for live in live the scenes of the exceptional avant-première of the film Alliés, in the presence of Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard.
I wrote yesterday about how Hello reported that the video she sent to the ICC "has since been removed from Twitter." While looking at my original post on her message, I realized that even the ICC's tweet on her had been deleted. A still from her message that was attached to the ICC's tweet has been widely used in reports of her "first" appearance since she filed. It is confirmation that the action to curtail the circulation of her message came from her since its unlikely the ICC would remove its tweet for anyone else.
Like I wrote previously:
The action is actually more a defense of Brad since they want to avoid reminding people of the abuse investigation and want to disabuse people of the notion that it is an issue between them. The video itself just reinforces Angelina's commitment to children's causes worldwide and without the attempt to link it to Brad, she would have no reason to have it taken down.
The latest choreographed reports from Brad's side were all about how “Brad has been deferential on what’s best for them and limits their stress,” and "He wants to limit the fighting.” They want to give the expectation of peace and so moved swiftly to nip in the bud attempts to create the expectation of war.
A reader (Agility) brought up comments about Allied and Brad's appearance and performance. Like I wrote previously, his face looked puffy, he looked bloated. Despite the sometimes pained expression in his latest photo ops, I think he looks better and healthier now. He obviously lost weight but he has been thin before. What he lost is the puffiness in his face -- probably a sign that he has cut back on his consumption of alcohol.
As to his performance, I've mentioned that he didn't emote very well and this is especially noticeable in the beginning when his character was supposed to be falling in love with Marion's. The scenes are mostly wordless and he was supposed to convey his deepening love for her by looks and glances. He didn't do a very good job. He was OK in some parts, but overall stiff and far from his best.
I didn't see any unintentionally funny parts.