The Artist

Speech is overrated. And sometimes, even talking too much about a movie is both unnecessary and counter-productive. Just go and see this little gem. It deserves every award coming its way. And then some.


Release Date
May 2011
Runtime
1 h 40 min
Genres
Drama, Comedy, Romance
Director
Michel Hazanavicius
Actors
Jean Dujardin, Bérénice Bejo, John Goodman, James Cromwell, Penelope Ann Miller, Malcolm McDowell, Missi Pyle, Beth Grant, Ed Lauter, Joel Murray, Ken Davitian, Bitsie Tulloch, Basil Hoffman, Bill Fagerbakke, Nina Siemaszko, Stephen Mendillo, Dash Pomerantz, Beau Nelson, Alex Holliday, Wiley M. Pickett, Ben Kurland, Katie Nisa, Katie Wallack, Hal Landon Jr., Sarah Karges, Sarah Scott, Ezra Buzzington, Stuart Pankin, Andy Milder, Bob Glouberman, David Allen Cluck, Annie O'Donnell, Patrick Mapel, Tim DeZarn, Matthew Albrecht, Harvey J. Alperin, Lily Knight, Clement Blake, Cleto Augusto, Matt Skollar, Adria Tennor, Tasso Feldman, Christopher Ashe, Cletus Young, J. Mark Donaldson, Brian J. Williams, Jen Lilley, Brian Chenoweth, Robert Amico, Bill Blair, Amanda Chism, Calvin Dean, Mohamed Dione, Jennifer Ingrum, Sergio Kato, Kevin Ketcham, Carmen Kirby, Michael Laren, Sonya Macari, Josh Margulies, Rene Napoli, Frank Scozzari, Jewel Shepard, John H. Tobin, Josh Woodle, Vincent De Paul, Josephine Ganner, Jillana Laufer, Julie Minasian
Overview
Hollywood, 1927: As silent movie star George Valentin wonders if the arrival of talking pictures will cause him to fade into oblivion, he sparks with Peppy Miller, a young dancer set for a big break.

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