Hats off!

Vocable (Anglais) - - Brèves De Culture -

In an in­ter­view gi­ven to En­ter­tain­ment Week­ly in Au­gust, Ro­bert Red­ford an­noun­ced that he was thin­king of re­ti­re­ment. His new mo­vie, The Old Man & The

Gun, will most li­ke­ly be his last. The 82-year-old ac­tor, who rose to in­ter­na­tio­nal fame in 1969 with the mo­vie Butch Cas­si­dy and the Sun­dance Kid, said: “Ne­ver say ne­ver, but I pret­ty well conclu­ded that this would be it for me in terms of ac­ting [...],’cause I’ve been doing it since I was 21. I thought, ‘Well, that’s enough.’ And why not go out with so­me­thing that’s ve­ry up­beat and po­si­tive?” The mo­vie, star­ring Eli­sa­beth Moss, Sis­sy Spa­cek and Ca­sey Af­fleck, tells the sto­ry of Forrest Tu­cker, a real-life ca­reer convict and es­cape ar­tist. No spe­ci­fic French re­lease date has been an­noun­ced yet. hats off cha­peau (bas) / En­ter­tain­ment Week­ly heb­do­ma­daire amé­ri­cain consa­cré à la cul­ture po­pu­laire / re­ti­re­ment re­traite / to rise, rose, ri­sen to fame de­ve­nir cé­lèbre / Butch Cas­si­dy and the Sun­dance Kid (VF) Butch Cas­si­dy et le Kid / pret­ty well ici, vrai­ment / ...that it would be it for me... ... que c’était ter­mi­né pour moi... / ac­ting car­rière d’ac­teur / up­beat en­joué / to star avoir pour ve­dette(s) / real-life ayant vrai­ment exis­té / ca­reer convict cri­mi­nel de car­rière (convict condam­né, dé­te­nu) / es­cape éva­sion / re­lease date date de sor­tie.

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