Neuilly sa mère, sa mère

Neuilly sa mère, sa mère (2017)

Neuilly sa mère, sa mèreComédie (01h42min) – En 2008, Sami Benboudaoud découvrait l’enfer de Neuilly-sur-seine ! Dix ans plus tard, alors que tout va pour le mieux pour Sami qui termine brillamment ses études de sciences politiques, plus rien ne va pour son cousin Charles de Chazelle…

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Un film de Gabriel Julien-Laferrière
Avec Samy Seghir, Jérémy Denisty, Denis Podalydès, Sophia Aram, Joséphine Japy

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À bras ouverts

À bras ouverts (2017)

À bras ouvertsComédie (01h32min) – Alors qu’il fait la promotion de son nouveau roman invitant les gens à accueillir chez eux les gens dans le besoin, un intellectuel de gauche marié à une riche héritière est accusé d’hypocrisie par un journaliste pugnace, qui le met au défi d’appliquer ce qu’il préconise dans son ouvrage.

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Un film de Philippe de Chauveron
Avec Christian Clavier, Ary Abittan, Elsa Zylberstein, Cyril Lecomte, Nanou Garcia

Delphine 1 – Yvan 0

Delphine 1 – Yvan 0 (1996)

Delphine 1 - Yvan 0C’est une histoire d’amour banale présentée comme un match de foot ordinaire. Ce sont donc Thierry Roland et Jean-Michel Larqué qui commentent, avec leurs mots (d’amour) et leurs noms (d’oiseaux), la première année de vie en couple de Delphine et Yvan, filmés pas à pas, dans leurs ébats et leurs éclats.

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Casting : Julie Gayet, Serge Hazanavicius, Alain Chabat, Dominique Farrugia, Lionel Abelanski

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Hors de prix

Hors de prix (2006)

Hors de prixJean, serveur timide d’un grand hôtel, passe pour un milliardaire aux yeux d’Irène, une aventurière intéressée.Quand elle découvre qui il est réellement, elle le fuit aussitôt. Mais Jean, amoureux, se lance à sa poursuite et la retrouve sur la Côte d’Azur.Rapidement ruiné, il finit par adopter le mode de vie de celle qu’il aime et s’installe comme homme de compagnie dans un magnifique palace.Ce nouveau statut le rapproche d’Irène qui accepte enfin sa présence. Elle lui donne alors des conseils et sans s’en rendre compte, s’attache de plus en plus à lui…

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Casting : Audrey Tautou, Gad Elmaleh, Marie-Christine Adam, Vernon Dobtcheff, Jacques Spiesser

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L’Arnacoeur

L’Arnacoeur (2010)

L'ArnacoeurVotre fille sort avec un sale type ? Votre soeur s’est enlisée dans une relation passionnelle destructrice ? Aujourd’hui, il existe une solution radicale, elle s’appelle Alex. Son métier : briseur de couple professionnel. Sa méthode : la séduction. Sa mission : transformer n’importe quel petit ami en ex. Mais Alex a une éthique, il ne s’attaque qu’aux couples dont la femme est malheureuse. Alors pourquoi accepter de briser un couple épanoui de riches trentenaires qui se marie dans une semaine ?

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Casting : Romain Duris, Vanessa Paradis, Julie Ferrier, François Damiens, Héléna Noguerra

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Le Diable s’habille en Prada

Le Diable s’habille en Prada

Le Diable shabille en PradaFraîchement diplômée, Andrea débarque à New York et décroche le job de rêve. Mais en tant qu’assistante de la tyrannique rédactrice en chef d’un prestigieux magazine de mode, elle va vite découvrir ce que le mot « enfer » veut dire…

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E. Paillard & Company

History of Hermes Typewriters | Vintage Hermes Typewriter Company.

History of Hermes Typewriters

 

The first typewriter was created in the 18th century for a blind Countess by a friend, Pellegrino Turri as a means to help her write and communicate with friends and family. From there, the typewriter was improved upon dramatically over the years. Finally, in the 1950’s, many households had a typewriter. In 1958, the first Hermes typewriter was introduced. Considered to be the most advanced manual typewriter of it’s time, the Hermes 3000 was to become one of the most popular and well-known typewriters in the world.

The company that originally designed and manufactured the Hermes typewriter was E. Paillard & Company, a family firm founded by Moise Paillard in 1814. In the early beginnings, E. Paillard & Co. designed and manufactured some of the world’s finest watch movements and music box mechanisms. The amazing thing was that all of this was produced in a small workshop located on the ground floor of the family home in Sainte-Croix, Switzerland. E. Paillard & Co. perfected an invention in 1862 which allowed cylinders in musical boxes to be removed and play different melodies. A great mechanical engineering achievement for it’s time. The company later began to design and manufacture cylinder musical boxes, watches, and record players for clients all over the world. At this time in history, the musical box industry represents about 10% of Switzerland’s export. To this day, the name of Paillard is known around the world as manufacturer of some of the finest musical boxes ever made.

In 1913, Paillard opened an additional factory in Yverdon, Switzerland and decided to design and construct typewriters. Just ten years later, the first Hermes Model 2 typewriter was introduced to the market but was not a success. By 1935, the Hermes Featherweight typewriter was placed on the market. Widely considered to be the first portable typewriter, the Hermes Featherweight was compactly designed to measure just two-and-a half inches thick, weighed around 8 to10 pounds and came complete with a metal carrying case. A true precision instrument with smooth moving mechanisms and solid craftsmanship. The ultra-low profile Featherweight became the standard travel typewriter for writers and reporters around the world. It was a small typewriter that had all the functions and smooth operation found in larger portable typewriters of the time. This was the world’s first true laptop communication device.

The Hermes Baby Typewriter was the next successful machine from E. Paillard & Company in the late 1930’s and early 1940’s. Also known as the Hermes Baby Jubilee, it is considered by many to be the « Mini Cooper » of typewriters. When it was first introduced, the Baby gained almost instant success and became the « must have » typewriter for novelists, celebrities, reporters, and journalists of the time. Designed for Paillard by famed Italian designer Giuseppe Presioso, the beautiful lines of the Hermes Baby changed typewriter design forever. The Baby was reputed to be the typewriter of choice for Ernest Hemingway. The Hermes Baby was also manufactured under the names Empire Baby, Empire Junior, and Baby De Luxe Model in the United Kingdom, the Ala in Italy, and the M.K. Mala in Poland.

In 1952, Hermes came out with the 2000 model which was a black, glossy typewriter with ubiquitous round keys. The Hermes model 2000 was considered to be the absolute best of the immediate post-war typewriters, and the best looking. Later iterations of the model 2000 sported the familiar green color that is so reminiscent of the Hermes typewriter line. The predecessor of the famous Hermes 3000 model, the 2000 was a precision instrument that brought together all the very best improvements and features of the Hermes line – lightning margin, automatic tabulator, and touch regulator. The 2000 was smaller, lighter, and had less intricate controls than the next model, the Hermes model 3000.

Hermes made some radical design changes to their typewriters in 1958 and introduced the new Hermes 3000 model. This curvaceous typewriter was a beautiful machine with great lines and was considered by some to be almost « sexy. » Folks absolutely loved the look and feel of this typewriter. Most considered the 3000 to be another precision machine with a great « feel » for the smooth operating keys. The only complaint was that the controls on the new 3000 model were a bit difficult to understand. The 3000 would be redesigned with easier to read controls in 1967, although it was a much boxier, less « sexy » designed typewriter. Yet another model 3000 was redesigned in the 1970’s and was considerably even more boxy and less attractive. The 1970’s version of the Hermes 3000 was also produced in a different factory and is not considered to be as high-quality as the Swiss-made model 3000’s.

In 1964, the Hermes Rocket made it’s debut as a portable, subcompact typewriter. The Hermes Baby Rocket enjoyed so much acclaim and popularity that Paillard licensed it’s design to be manufactured by many other companies. That’s why there are so many typewriters that look similar to the Hermes baby Rocket, but carry the name of another typewriter manufacturer. In 1965, the prodigious Hermes Ambassador was brought to the market. Weighing in at an impressive 45 pounds, this huge and heavy Hermes typewriter contained two sets of ribbon spools, one for the standard carbon ribbon and one for a correction ribbon.

Over 160,000 Hermes typewriters were produced between the years 1923 and 1953 carrying the Hermes brand name. Between the years of 1923 and 1963, Hermes was the standard for typewriters in the world. Even today, some writers still prefer the feel of a Hermes manual typewriter. Simpson’s creator Matt Groening, Lonesome Dove author Larry McMurtry, and John Steinbeck all preferred to use a Hermes typewriter. There is just something about a manual typewriter that speaks to the creative muse in writers. In 1963, E. Paillard & Company merged with the German-based Thoren Group in a corporate marriage that would only last three years. E. Paillard & Company was incorporated into the Olivetti corporation in 1981 and ceased operations.

Populaire

Populaire

Printemps 1958. Rose Pamphyle, 21 ans, vit avec son père, veuf bourru qui tient le bazar d’un petit village normand. Elle doit épouser le fils du garagiste et est promise au destin d’une femme au foyer docile et appliquée. Mais Rose ne veut pas de cette vie. Elle part pour Lisieux où Louis Echard, 36 ans, patron charismatique d’un cabinet d’assurance, cherche une secrétaire. L’entretien d’embauche est un fiasco. Mais Rose a un don : elle tape à la machine à écrire à une vitesse vertigineuse. La jeune femme réveille malgré elle le sportif ambitieux qui sommeille en Louis… Si elle veut le poste, elle devra participer à des concours de vitesse dactylographique. Qu’importent les sacrifices qu’elle devra faire pour arriver au sommet, il s’improvise entraîneur et décrète qu’il fera d’elle la fille la plus rapide du pays, voire du monde ! Et l’amour du sport ne fait pas forcément bon ménage avec l’amour tout court…

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