Signé Barrière n°7 déc 13/jan-fév 2014
Signé Barrière n°7 déc 13/jan-fév 2014
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enggish english versin version my shyness, the advice from my relatives, the taste I had then for solitude, and perhaps wanting to wait so I could do what I loved well without falling into stereotypes, all that made me, let’s say... take my time. » Her life is a kaleidoscope, a secret box that allows only a few images to escape. Born in Saigon, she grewup in France with her parents. The story − which sticks to her CV like a bright coloured Post-it note − goes that, during a family Sunday lunch in a restaurant in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, someone noticed a smallad on the wall, which read  : « Looking for a girl, aged 16-25, to act alongside Catherine Deneuve ». Test filming. Shooting on location in Vietnam. Release of the film. And a nomination for a César as Most Promising Actressin 1993. While French cinema celebrated an international triumph, she studied in Holland. She then returned to France and took her Baccalaureate exams before graduating from an American business school in Paris a few years later with a diploma in marketing. « And then I went to Vietnam to work in international commerce, before moving to Singapore », she summarises. It could have been the end of her artistic life. But casting directors remembered her and found her ten years later in distant Asia... This very determined, perfectionist young woman did not tell them no, but wanted to do things properly  : she therefore took lessons at the Actor’s Studio in New York to learndramatic arts at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute. 2005 was the year she returned, hailed by the César Award for Most Promising Actress. Alongside Romain Duris, she smashed stereotypes by playing a beautiful silent woman pushed to one side because of her culture and confronted with the wall of language. « Because that’s what it’s about », she stresses. « I loved making that film. Jacques Audiard belongs to my cinema family, as do Arnaud Despleschin and Matthieu Amalric. My worlds, as different as they may be, are those of Quentin Tarantino or Jacques Demy (editor’s note  : he died in 1990). » Did you find others disappointing ? « Yes. And I learned from that. » And then, she quietly adds  : « But I like to allow things to settle. » One or two disappointments later, there have been many encounters since  : MaïwennLe Besco and her whirling All About Actresses, Jessica Palud and Les Yeux Fermés, Olivier Doran whose awaited Divin Enfant will be on screens in January 2014. Nowadays, Linh- Dan Pham lives in London with her husband who works in finance ; she regularly stays in Paris, and also spends some time in New York or elsewhere for filming ; and she never misses an opportunity to fly off to Hong Kong, « my bubble of energy ». This traveller speaks several languages and understands even more. But she is mostly interested in the mysteries of... body language  : « In the acting profession », she assures us, « body language is one of the required languages. When I think about theatre, I think about putting yourself in danger, physically wringing yourself out. It’s a real discipline. » She’s considering going back on stage, perhaps in New York. But ‘Dan’, who says she regrets not having been able to work with Patrice Chéreau, isn’t planning on going back on stage soon. » Being an actress, that’s her choice. Being an actressin the hours given by those who believein her. Being an actressin those hours when she gives herselfup completely. Rich hours. And the rest of the time ? « Well, I’m a woman who’s active, drinks hot water, which makes everyone on the sets laugh, and manages her insomnia ! » And when we remind her of this remark in a magazine  : « I talk in my sleep  : English, French or Vietnamese, depending on where I am », she replies in a flash  : « You see  : I definitely am a traveller ! », before she elegantly walks off towards the Gare du Nord. Destination  : London, by Eurostar. Pommery The Champagne Life The audacious Cuvée Louise remains the symbol of this prestigious company, which is part of the Vranken Group. It draws the essence of its art from centuries-old tradition  : taste and research. Safe values are pure values. They turn their backs on appearances and fashions. Why ? Because you have to have purity to choose to put centuries of experience into the fleeting moment of champagne’s fine bubbles. These bubbles keepup with the times. They wander through the ages. That is how − in part − Pommery makes its way forward and its major brand of champagne. Cuvée Louise shines with those moments. And with the inventiveness the founder, Louise Pommery, demonstrated in the mid- 19th century. In Champagne, it is said that women who become widows go on to emerge as the great managers of this wine. Genealogy mingles with history to attest to this. From a land aristocracy there emerged a momentum that has never waned. Each generation broke new ground 96 | Hiver 2014 - SignéBarrière
english version with its technologies and horizons. Yet, from 2010, Pommery was considered audacious when it chose a different way of communicating with fans of its champagnes. All of the bottles were marked with a ‘flashcode’. The idea seems simple but it still required a degree of courage. « It is a true revolution », stresses Nathalie Vranken, managing director of the Vranken-Pommery Group. « By connecting to the QRcode using their smartphones, our customers can access a virtual tour of the Pommery chalk caves located in Reims. They can also follow tastings on video and discover the permanent exhibition of contemporary art. » This use of the flashcode is not a first. Other producers − of spirits essentially − have had recourse to this technological snapshot, but not on such a scale (18 million bottles per year). In a troubled economic environment, the small badges placed on each bottle assert both Pommery’s link with its heritage and its willingness to support contemporary creation. This determination is reflected in concrete partnership and cultural patronage operations with, for example, the Beaubourg museums in Paris and Metz, the Ramatuelle festival, celebrations such as the 30th anniversary of the Regional Contemporary Art Funds and even the promotion of artistic professions. The latter explains why Vranken is the partner of the spectacular exhibition « Cartier  : Style and History », which displays − at the Grand Palais in Paris until page 76 POMMERY 14th February − the jeweller’s most beautiful creations. « Being a patron, means you subscribe to continuity », they say at Vranken. « Our commitments are linked to strong convictions, despite the economic crisis. Pommery is a brand that remains at the forefront, it's logical that it should be associated with contemporary art. » It is therefore not a posture, but a real choice. The return on patronage investment cannot be measured easily. « But », Nathalie Vranken is pleased to say, « Pommery’s reputation is growing. About 100,000 visitors have discovered the exhibition on the estate. It’s one of the seven largest private exhibitions of contemporary art in France... » Who mentioned the fleeting moment of fine bubbles ? Louise’s Soil Dressed in bronze, the glass of this bottle invents the Cuvée Louise signature. Bronze is one of the strongest materials ever created. It’s made from an intelligent combination of the weakest elements. Written in the chalk of Champagne, the gender of the French word for wine is masculine. But it has perpetuated and reinvented itself in the feminine gender for centuries. This has nothing to do with anybody’s talent. The Cuvée Louise illustrates as much as it crowns the majesty of a wine that was said to be of thirst but came to be of silk. And maybe even ‘of itself’as it lays so much claim to its own identity. Bronze to be. By Pommery. The Spirit of Fouquet's in Paris by Barrière At the – impeccable – service of a certain'art de vivre'are 350 staff for 81 rooms, including 33 suites. Behind the stars of a top luxury hotel, there are teams at work. And talents. New since 2006... New each day because the luxury hotel businessin the Barrière spirit, a hundred years after the Group’s creation, combines innovation and transmission on a daily basis. Sometimes, the famous French ‘art de vivre’is perceived by some luxury tourism professionals as an old-fashioned, if not backward-looking, vision. But they forget that modernity does not necessarily mean a standardisation of places and spaces, uniformity in the quality of five-star service or the suppression of the talents of each individual. « Innovation is not the search for originality at any price, it is a rejection of all things SignéBarrière - Printemps - Hiver 2014 2013 | 97



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