Sabzian Milestones: Miami Vice – Cinema Galeries

Sabzian Milestones: Miami Vice

Deux Flics à Miami
Directed byMichael Mann
  • ORIGINAL LANGUAGE EN
  • SUBTITLES FR
  • Duration 132
  • Prices 9.00 €, 7.00 €, 6.50 €, 6.00 €
  • Moderator ticket Article 27, Arsène 50
  • Abonnement Carte 5 places, UGC Unlimited
  • CST

Introducing

With an introduction by Gerard-Jan Claes. Miami Vice is an update of the 1980s television series of the same name, of which Mann was executive producer. The result is an action movie that is not only driven by plot and spectacle, but is just as much a plastic work, characterized by the grainy texture and colours of the first HD cameras and a mise-en-scène that can be read as a choreography in which the physical relationship between the characters plays a crucial role.

Introducing

With an introduction by Gerard-Jan Claes. Miami Vice is an update of the 1980s television series of the same name, of which Mann was executive producer. The result is an action movie that is not only driven by plot and spectacle, but is just as much a plastic work, characterized by the grainy texture and colours of the first HD cameras and a mise-en-scène that can be read as a choreography in which the physical relationship between the characters plays a crucial role.

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Additional information

Sabzian’s Milestones is a series of screenings of landmark films in the history of cinema, films that put aesthetic and political issues on the spot, incite debate and reflection. A series of points of departure.

The reason I love Mann’s movies, and Miami Vice in particular, is I could feel the place. When I watch that film, I don’t even pay attention to what they’re saying or the storyline. I love the colors, I love the texture.
Harmony Korine
“It’s miraculous to find such a great stylist in contemporary American cinema.”
Olivier Assayas
Avec Miami Vice. Deux flics à Miami, Michael Mann confirme cette vision (…) d’un romantique virtuose et glacé, d’un cérébral sentimental, d’un pur artiste au coeur du système.
J-F Rauger, Le Monde