The initial premise had potential, but alas, the cliched comedy, flat script and direction let down what could have been a great Anglo-French cinema coup.
Charlotte Rampling and Jean Rochefort: two screen giants who have left an indelible mark on cinema in their respective countries of England and France. Here’s an idea: cast him as a famous director and her as his muse and lover; have audiences...
Co-written and directed by Antoine de Caunes , Twice Upon a Time is a simple romantic comedy with bite. The title sequence cleverly reveals through still images, the love affair between famed London actress Alice and lauded French director Louis....
A broad comedy with something to say about political correctness.
Francois Pignon, Daniel Auteuil, is a slightly nerdy accountant who works in a condom manufacturing company. His fellow workers reckon he`s dull and boring, and so did his wife, who left him, and his teenage son, who doesn`t have any time for him...
Many people seem to think Don Quixote is a jinxed movie project; Orson Welles was never able to complete his version of the novel, and the film of the musical, Man Of La Mancha, was a box-office disaster. Unable to get the project funded in...