7 September 2019 | happytrigger-64-390517
brilliant french cinematographic brainstormring
Directed by Christian-Jaque, written by Henri Jeanson - Christian-Jaque and Albert Valentin, enlightened by Christian Matras, with Martine Carol,... The best certificate for a brilliant and entertaining movie. And in color, one of the first in France. Henri Jeanson's dialogues are so funny and do not hide any sex details (don't miss the final description about la du Barry). Martine Carol is of course as funny as the dialogues but I can't help thinking she borrows a lot of Danièle Darrieux's playing.
The Chateau de Versailles was from the beginning of cinema the setting of many Historical cinematografic adaptations (Marie-Antoinette in 1903, Le collier de la Reine in 1909, Un amour de la Dubarry in 1909, ...), and Madame Bovary was shot at least 10 times.