Tahar Rahim is discreet in the teaser for the biopic dedicated to Charles Aznavour

Tahar Rahim is discreet in the teaser for the biopic dedicated to Charles Aznavour
Tahar Rahim is discreet in the teaser for the biopic dedicated to Charles Aznavour
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Lionel Hahn / WireImage Tahar Rahim is Charles Aznavour in the biopic “Monsieur Aznavour”.

Lionel Hahn / WireImage

Tahar Rahim is Charles Aznavour in the biopic “Monsieur Aznavour”.

CINEMA – Tahar Rahim in the shoes of Charles Aznavour, we believe it but we will have to wait to see it. The director duo Grand Corps Malade and Medhi Idir had expressed their desire to give an overview of Mr Aznavour for the hundredth anniversary of the singer’s birth. The two men kept their word, unveiling a first teaser of the biopic this Wednesday, May 22 in tribute to Charles Aznavour, who died on October 1, 2018 at the age of 94.

But the teaser leaves us wanting more. If everyone is impatient to see the transformation of Tahar Rahim in the role of the interpreter of Bohemianthe excerpts broadcast are careful to maintain the mystery of the actor’s appearance.

While the notes of the song Take me rhythm of the scenes which follow one another, never the actora prophet doesn’t turn around. Nevertheless, we manage to detect his metamorphosis thanks to details, such as his haircut, his gestures or even his build which is not the same from one shot to another. “They haven’t finished talking about Aznavour”says Tahar Rahim in particular.

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French song legends of yesteryear

As shown in the teaser, the film will focus on the artist’s early career and take us to the heart of the 1950s. Grand Corps Malade and Mehdi Idir tell the story of this “son of refugees, small, poor, with a veiled voice” in whom no one believed. From difficult beginnings to legendary success making him “a monument of song, and a symbol of French culture. With nearly 1,200 titles performed around the world and in all languages ​​»describes the film’s press release.

In addition to the rise of Charles Aznavour, Grand Corps Malade and Mehdi Idir wish to revive a time that those under 20 cannot experience”as the artist sang in Bohemian. Alongside Tahar Rahim, we find Victor Meutelet in the shoes of Johnny Hallyday (who will also have the right to his biopic). But also Marie-Julie Baup in the role of Edith Piaf and Rupert Wynne-James in that of Frank Sinatra, reports BFMTV.

An era of microphone giants that will make more than one person nostalgic. But to go back in time in song, we will have to be patient until the release of Mr Aznavour in theaters October 23.

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