A French actress and model, Melanie Thierry's film credits include "Chrysalis", "Babylon A.D.", "The Half Life of Timofey Berezin" and "Largo Winch."
'The Zero Theorem' review, starring Christoph Waltz, Melanie Thierry and Matt Damon
Author Rating: 3.0 Stars - It's Good Whether it comes from years of working in the business or simply a dearth of fresh ideas, but it seems like Terry Gilliam is simply just not as inspired as he was before. While his past films shined with a burst of energy and imagination found in few films before them, his latest work seems to lack that same spark, forcing the veteran director to retread ...Terry Gilliam?s ?Zero Theorem? proves to be fun
To say that Terry Gilliam has repeated himself is to say that John Ford made Westerns. In ?The Zero Theorem,? which was written by Florida author Pat Rushin, Gilliam revisits the currently hot topic of dystopian futures, as he did in ?Brazil? and ?12 Monkeys.?For A Woman
Rent It The Movie: If you ever wondered what The Bridges of Madison County meets Munich would look like, you've come to the right place. Part steamy period romance about a married woman's love affair with her brother-in-law, part post-WWII rogue assassin squad thriller, For a Woman tries to cram in a bunch of different tones and genres inside its 110-minute running time. Shot with a bland visual ...Dystopian "The Zero Theorem" a muddle of unfunny jokes, half-baked ideas
Here's a paradox: Everyone admires Terry Gilliam's weeble-wobble determination to keep making films despite terrible bad luck, and yet the films themselves, even the ones with relatively misfortune-free production histories, are desperately hard to admire.Naught and Overwrought?: The Zero Theorem
By EMILY KLING Zero must equal one hundred percent. This is the paradox of Terry Gilliam?s new psychedelic, conspiracy, futuristic sci-fi The Zero Theorem in which reclusive computer genius, Qohen Leth (Christoph Waltz), must prove that ?zero equals one hundred percent.? Or, in other words, that the universe, humanity, our [?]The Zero Theorem
This darkly screwball fantasia might be Terry Gilliam's bleakest vision yet by Bill O'Driscoll If the choirs in Terry Gilliam's The Zero Theorem are ruined, they're anything but bare. The church inhabited by Qohen Leth (Christoph Waltz) in a dystopic, near-future London is crammed with books, debris, religious statuary and the computers on which Leth labors for a giant corporation on an elusive ...Movies: ?The Box Trolls? reviewed, along with new, recent films
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Melanie dated French singer Raphael Haroche.
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