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Eiffel (2021)

Eiffel
Movie Eiffel (2021)
Real Title Eiffel
Rating 6.3
Aired 2021-10-07
Duration 108 Min
Languages HINDI-ENGLISH
Quality WEBRip
Subtitle NA
Sources IMDB | TMDB

Countries

Belgium, France, Germany

Genres

Romance, Drama, Hollywood Movies Hindi Dubbed, Hindi Dubbed Movies, Dual Audio, Hollywood Movies, English Movies

Companies

Pathé, VVZ Production, Constantin Film, SCOPE Pictures

Stars

Romain Duris, Emma Mackey, Pierre Deladonchamps, Armande Boulanger, Andranic Manet, Alexandre Steiger

Directors

Martin Bourboulon

Writers

Caroline Bongrand, Tatiana De Rosnay, Thomas Bidegain, Martin Bourboulon

Taglines

Taglines: You will never look at it the same way again.

Tags

paris, france, eiffel tower, paris, 19th century, world's fair, tour eiffel

Description

The French government is asking Gustave Eiffel to design something spectacular for the 1889 Paris World Fair, but he simply wants to design the subway—until he crosses paths with a mysterious woman from his past.

Reviews

Reviews:

Author: Geronimo1967
Romain Duris turns in a creditable enough performance but otherwise this is a rather lacklustre mix of romance and engineering that veers way too much to the former than the latter. The narrative tries to run the twin threads of his younger years - where he builds a bridge and falls in love with "Adrienne" (Emma Mackey) with a contemporary one that sees him bidding in a competition to design the Parisian entry for the 1889 World Fair. His plan to build a 300m tower wins - it beat the Mètro - but pretty quickly he faces industrial issues, strikes, banking confidence colly-wobbles and to add to his complications, he re-alights on "Adrienne", by now married to the influential "Antoine" (Pierre Deladonchamps). There are a few scenes - especially when they are laying the foundations to the tower and when aligning the metal works, when the engineering elements impress and we get some clue as to his genius. The use of sand, water and sheer brute force to ensure millimetre accuracy is sometimes quite tensely portrayed here. Unfortunately, though, for the most part it's a rather uninspiring melodrama about his turbulent relationship and though it does offer an interesting explanation as to why the tower might look like the letter "A", it all just sinks into a rather mediocre sediment of mush. The production looks good, the costumes and settings are well presented, but the rest of it is unremarkable and I found myself wondering why I thought he wasn't Maximillian Schell and she wasn't Margot Robbie. One for the telly, I'd say.

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