The Eddy - Season 1
The dramatic series deals with a jazz club in Paris and focuses on the owner, the band and the city, who face many challenges. This perfect venue is now set and deals in great measure with the relationship between the American and French Arab owners of the club. The series embodies a diary of this place, which has different experiences with music and fame.
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Critics Of "The Eddy - Season 1"
May 07, 2020 Authenticity is key to this slow-burning but mesmerizing celebration of a naturalistic world where life is a messy improvisation.Read in Source
May 08, 2020 The Eddy can be a wonderful show at certain points, and stifling and withholding the next. The exhilarating points definitely outweigh the more frustrating pieces, and there are strong moments from the entire cast.Read in Source
May 07, 2020 Directors Poul, Damien Chazelle, Houda Benyamina, and Laïla Marrakchi coax extraordinary realism from the cast, amateurs and the professionals alike.Read in Source
May 04, 2020 More than "La La Land," which talked about a love for jazz, "The Eddy" at its best feels like jazz, harking back to Chazelle's first film, the swooning "Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench."Read in Source
Wall Street Journal
May 07, 2020 It is often a dirge. Its format seems intended to not just thwart but strangle enthusiasm.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
May 08, 2020 The more "The Eddy" wants to advance the central plot, the less effective it becomes; whenever it soaks in the world, or homes in on small details, it comes alive.Read in Source
La Nación (Argentina)
May 08, 2020 The show is attractive, powerful, and confident in its own expressive intensity. [Full Review in Spanish]Read in Source
April 27, 2020 Holland's internalized ability to communicate makes his climactic confrontations all the more powerful, but it also perfectly suits "The Eddy's" less-is-more approach to storytelling.Read in Source
May 07, 2020 But the story line imposed onto the setting is awfully stale, as familiar as the ambience is not.Read in Source
May 08, 2020 The sessions are brilliant. But they don't serve the slow, slight plot and for anyone whose interests lie more in the drama than the music, these extended interludes may well tip the balance into outright tedium.Read in Source
Film Festival Today
May 07, 2020 The Eddy is as much about the changing tempo of life as about music. Every beat counts.Read in Source
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