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Opening this Weekend: Hila Sings in "New York, I Love You"

October 16, 2009 at 3:11 pm UTC


Following the same formula of the successful Paris je t’aime, New York, I Love You is a series of vignettes from several different writers and directors.

You can hear Hila on the chapter made by director Shekhar Kapur, singing an original, beautiful French art song by composer Paul Cantelon. Hila hasn’t seen it yet (she recorded the song without picture), but apparently, Shekhar Kapur’s contribution is gorgeous, with Julie Christie stars as a retired opera singer, and Shia LeBouef as (I think) a bellhop. The script was written by writer/director Anthony Minghella just before he died.

Hila and I will probably have to wait for video to see it (babysitter issues), but if anyone out there catches it this weekend, please post here and let us know what you think.

Here’s a still from the film, Julie Christie and Shia LeBeouf:


And here’s the trailer:


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