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Times Staff WriterPhilippe Muyl's "The Butterfly" discovers as much meaning and emotion as imaginable from a relationship between an elderly man and a little girl. In the process he has written a great role for Michel Serrault, one of the French cinema's stalwart veterans,...
Tags: Children, Movies, Death, Henri-Georges Clouzot
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 24, 1997 "Beaumarchais, the Scoundrel" is a glorious, giddy account of a tumultuous 11 years--1773 to 1784--in the life of the great French playwright. The author of "The Barber of Seville" and "The Marriage of Figaro" led an...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 23, 1999 When you sit down to watch the droll trickery of "The Swindle," you know you're in good hands. It stars the always reliable Isabelle Huppert and Michel Serrault and it is writer-director Claude Chabrol's 50th film in 40 years....
Tags: Movies, Fraud, Corporate Crime, Criminals, Television
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday August 6, 1999 Hermine Huntgeburth's "The Trio" is a zesty, sexy, knockabout German comedy in the irreverent tradition of Doris Dorrie's "Men . . ." and Sonke Wortmann's "Maybe . . . Maybe Not." It affords a terrific role for Gotz George, one...
TIMES STAFF WRITERWednesday November 15, 1995 In Laurent Heynemann's delightful yet acerbic and exceedingly wise "The Old Lady Who Walked in the Sea," Jeanne Moreau looms into view like a galleon at full mast, strolling slowly in the surf, not in a bathing suit but...
Tags: Theft, Movies, Comedy (genre), Jeanne Moreau
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