Einbinder Emily
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Born in Neuilly-Sur-Seine in 1987, he studied Cinema 3 years at La Sorbonne, the most Parisian Flair University. After he graduated, he worked for a French TV show called Tournez Manège (produced by Starling). In order, to pursue his directing career, he moved to L.A in January 2011 and went to LACC for a year. He has a typical Parisian attitude that’s why The Parisian Flair chose to know more about his French tastes.

How do you feel about France and French people? Unbearable but I can’t live without them. What does Parisian Flair mean to you?  An enthusiastic website. What is romanticism? Brahms’ music Are you romantic? I don’t think so, and if I am, I don’t realize it. Where did you have your most impressive French kiss? High school hallway stairs. Your dream? A sail boat . The best gift you ever made and Received? Made:I’m terrible with gifts… Received: A week-end in Rome. Your perfect French dinner? My father’s ratatouille. Your favorite French wine Any Bordeaux 2005. Favorite French desert? Tarte Tatin. What is your Madeleine de Proust? Don’t really have one

Last French movie you saw? La Vie des Morts by Desplechin. It’s his first movie and he already has a lot of maturity and talent for dialogues. Favorite French movie? Les Demoiselles de Rochefort

Favorite movie quote? ” C’est toi la cave ! ”  From Hate / La Haine with Vincent Cassel

Favorite French actor? Philippe Noiret. Which French contemporary artist? Not really interested about contemporary art. Favorite French museum ? Musée d’Orsay. The French art piece that resonates the most with you? Impression Soleil Levant / Impression, sunrise by Monet

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What is your favorite place in France? La Bretagne / French Britanny. What is the place that feels the most French in LA? Le Figaro Café. What do you miss about France?  My family / Ma famille. Your perfume? Equipage by Hermès. If you had 3000 euro and you could only buy one French fashion item? What would you buy? Vintage Bell & Ross watch. If you had 3000 euro and you could buy an entire outfit? Maybe a suit from a “grand couturier”. What is the quintessential French look to you? Yves Saint-Laurent suit. The French book that most moved you? Mangeclous / Nailcruncher by Albert Cohen. Your favorite French word? Why? Mensonge / lie,  because it has “songe”/ dream at the end. Your favorite French artistSerge GainsbourgBest French lyrics? ” …puis sous le sirocco du séchoir dans mes cheveux, la petite garce laisse choir “je veux” extract of “L”homme à tête de chou” by Serge Gainsbourg

Check out Alexis’ latest project in Screening  and his photography blog http://alexishellot.com/

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