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Brigitte Bardot Espace Landowski Boulogne-Billancourt

Until january 31, 2010

A child's room, her first degree in classical dance, her bust of Marianne by Aslan, two screenprints by Andy Warhol, a Harley-Davidson WL 750 siglée his initials ... All the Bardot myth is explored in the first exhibition devoted to the living legend of French cinema. Until January 31, Espace Landowski Boulogne-Billancourt (Hauts-de-Seine) near Paris, offers twenty scenographies time recreating the world of the star, which will celebrate its 75th birthday. This fabulous story begins with a holiday movie of BB, then aged four, on vacation in Hendaye, kiss a boy, and finish with a tribute to his commitment to the cause animal and its work foundation established in 1986. "Of course, I am touched and honored to be in my lifetime, it goes straight to my heart," confided Brigitte Bardot in a recent interview with The Associated Press. "But just, I'll live long enough to see things finally change for sustainable which is my reason for living?" Asks the "passionaria" of the animal cause. 1,000 m2 of exhibition are devoted to her destiny. We see Bardot take its first step into the light in 1949 through a friend of her mother, asking for the "Jardin des Modes Junior. A first service accepted by the family because his name was mentioned and was not paid. A clause intangible at the time for a girl of good family sixteenth arrondissement of Paris. "If Brigitte is wrong, it will go wrong anyway, cinema or not," predicted his grandfather in 1952 during a family meeting designed to decide whether his film debut. The film is the leitmotiv of the exhibition. She does not turn the pages of a large photo album, but also replace all the angles covered in the context of the society of the time. "Brigitte has begun in a corseted world, right-thinking and petty bourgeois," said Henry-Jean Servat, friend, chairman of the exhibition. Archive news, photos, articles, advertisements or previews of 17 of the 48 films she shot shows how the wise little ballerina became a sex symbol. A free woman of all moral constraints told through his two suicide attempts, his four marriages and her meteoric career stopped in its tracks in 1973, "without remorse or regret." Today, 68% of French say they have a good opinion of Brigitte Bardot, according to an Ifop poll published this weekend in "South-West Sunday. A score that is 72% among women, which has long symbolized the emancipation. The exhibition is full of anecdotes and stories to measure the influence of Bardot, like Janet and Joan Mary Ann Jackson, twins American fan of Bardot in the 60s. Believing that despite their efforts, they wont reach their idol, they killed themselves by asphyxiation in their vehicle.  

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