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Mr. Auteuil's passion project is sincere but not successful, honorable but not alive.
Fanny has a stagy sensibility, but Auteuil displays flashes of genuine, old-school craft.
Not just cinéma de papa, but cinema de grand-papa.
"Classic" is a word all too casually bandied about, but for Daniel Auteuil's screen adaptation of this beloved French trilogy it is completely apropos.
One great performance... doesn't justify Auteuil's decision to remake a series of films that are an inextricable part of their own era.
The characters, the sets, and the scenes all exist to propagate the notion that pleasure derives from repetition and remediation.
Auteuil is not the greatest movie director, but he has strong dramatic instincts, as evidenced by the strong performances he elicits from his actors, and delivers himself.
What was scandalous drama in Pagnol's day is now pure soap opera.
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