Eventually, their mutual wind-up ends when the woman amplifies a metronome, and the man cannot bear it any more. She follows his instructions, and the two become friends, talking to one another from either side of the wall.
To her surprise, Machin knocks through the wall to her apartment, and they finally see each other for the first time. The woman refuses to be driven away by his behaviour. Realising that Machin has ventured outside to hear her playing, Machine insists. The day of the audition arrives, and Charlotte and Artus — unbeknownst to one another — sit in the auditorium to listen.
As a teacher, Evguenie is harsh and critical, encouraging poise and technical perfection over emotion. They become fond of one another but decide that they should never meet face-to-face. She plays the Chopin instead, with great emotion. On her first night, she hears strange noises and a picture on her wall begins to move.
He says that her playing lacks emotion, encourages her to let go of her self-consciousness, and to play the piece with real feeling. However, Machin, angered by the way that Evguenie bullies and belittles Machine, ejects Evguenie from the house.
He explains that the wall separating their apartments is hollow and that any noise made in either place can be heard. She returns to her apartment and confesses to Machin that she wished that she could have seen him after the performance — and that she wishes they could be together in reality.
Evguenie comments disdainfully on her performance. Machine begins to play a piece by Mendelssohn, but there is a disturbance from behind the wall at the back of the stage.
The two live side-by-side, irritating one another with increasingly inventive noisy behaviour. Machin leaves the apartment and talks to Artus about his feelings for her. This performance impresses the judges.
Machine is furious and decides that their relationship cannot continue. In preparation for a competition, Machine invites Evguenie to her home for a final lesson. Artus encourages him to see her in person and suggests that he go to her audition to support her.
She returns to her flat the next day and realises that the noises are caused by her neighbour — a quiet and reclusive man Clovis Cornillacwho barely ventures outside and whose only friend is the slovenly, kind Artus Philippe Duquesne.
Machin asks to see her in person, but she refuses. The judges, unimpressed by her wooden performance, do not want to give her a chance to start again.This movie starts as a first blind date of two attractive people, however Wilis fails to take head of one warning that makes the entire night tailspend out of control.
An instant classic.
The delightful fun of the romantic comedy, delivers Carey. Dec 06, · Blind Date - Kim Basinger, Bruce Willis Snoekain. Loading Unsubscribe from Snoekain? bruce willis movie list films filmography die hard all -. Mar 27, · Blind Date is one of the most different comedies to emerge from this decade.
No matter where you sit on the quality issue, perhaps it deserves a second look. 44 of 47 people found this review helpful/10(K).
Blind Date is a funny movie, but only in parts. As a Sunday afternoon Superstation timewaster, it'll do the job every bit as well as an episode of Moonlighting or Night Court%.
May 06, · To its defense, Blind Date tries to nuance the matter, as one might find motivation in another, but still needs to independently commit to change.
Even so, there's just an excessive amount of wish fulfillment about the movie, as too much is left unexplored to really make it worthwhile. Luckily, the bits of Chopin scattered /10(K).
Blind Date (French title: Un peu, beaucoup, aveuglément) is a French romantic comedy film directed by and starring Clovis Cornillac. The film also stars Mélanie Bernier, Lilou Fogli and Philippe Duquesne.Download