Friday, May 3, 2013

Tintin et la toison d'or - JJ Vierne (1961)


The low-expectations principle helping, I found this film less appalling than apprehended.
Most remarkably, it was not so exceedingly dissimilar from Spielberg's blockbuster-version, at least at first sight. But then, that might actually mean praise to both films.
(I have a hunch a lot of people are going to differ on that one, which is fine.)

Truth be told, I have never really understood this craze for adapting books to film.
Why on earth should one medium be automatically transposable on to another??


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