|“Molière”: Extraordinary epic film of life and work of Moliere (1622-1673). Gripping, beautiful, tribute to Moliere by Ariane Mnouchkine (a favorite director of mine). “Molière” was entered in the 1978 Cannes Film Festival and shown on PBS in 1980. It is a profound retort to the TARTUFFE zoomcast by FIAF in NYC.|
Release date: January 1980 ( USA)Director: Ariane Mnouchkine, Music composed by: René ClemencicProducer: Claude Lelouch, Cast: Philippe Caubère, Marie-FrançoisMOREons: César Award for Best Sound, César Award for Best Film, César Award for Best Director
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Sorry, they tore down Moliere as a revolutionary like wall paper alla Zoom………………….
Dreadful rendition of one of Moliere’s greatest plays.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts with The New York Times community.danielpquinn684 | Newark, NJ 7/13/20 Moliere curls were in & out.
Let’s look at a century from Desi Arnaz to Carmen Miranda, Rita Moreno and many others. Ethnicity is an asset not a look. Your appearance can can change for your command of the part is what matters.
This weird article has a banal glow of fashion and Hollywood glamour. It suggests all that matters is surface. But the Art of Acting is our essence beneath the surface into our souls.
Not any color just divine. “Oh what Fools we mortals be. ” WS.
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