The Artist is a French’s interpretation of American black-and-white silent film set in the 1920s. Directed by Michael Hazanavicius, The Artist will charm audiences with its captivating cast.
The Artist follows George Valentin (Jean Dujardin) and his rise and fall from fame only to make way to Peppy Miller (Berenice Bejo). Reluctant to be forgotten, George sets out to regain his place in the spotlight. No matter the cost. Told without a single word uttered, The Artist communicates with expression and body motions proving one can move you with just a glance.
This is a film for those who appreciate cinematic at a different level. It’s definitely not a film for everyone, but it is always worth a shot.