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While Fresh York Times movie critic A.O. Scott may rail at the "fundamentally bogus and anti-literary concept that the nice writers of the past wrote what they knew", there is still a pervasive longing out there to explore the connection between an author's life and his work. The audacious premise that nice art reflects an author's life experience is promoted in movies such as John Madden's Shakespeare in Love and actually in Moliére, Laurent Tirard's speculative costume drama of the nice French playwright. While the recommendation that the mystery of genius lies in a secret love affair borders on the banal, these movies attempt to give us a sense of who these nice artists were as folks and what may have been at least one source of their inspiration.Like Shakespeare in Love, Moliére uses guesswork, imagination, and creativity to fill in the blanks when the facts are not readily available. What we do know about the life of Jean-Baptiste Poquelin known to the globe as Moliére is scanty. In 1644 he was a 22-year old actor who spent some time in debtor's prison after his touring company went bankrupt. After that the young actor and aspiring playwright disappeared for few months before he surfaced in the provinces. It was there that he toured with his Illustre Theatre for 13 years before arriving in Paris convinced that tragedy was the only real theater.Of course, what is not known is what inspired him to take a comic turn, but Tirard allows us to imagine characters and cases that might have led to such nice works as "Tartuffe" and "Le Bourgeois Gentlhomme" and 28 another plays which roast the upper classes as affected hypocrites and worse. Soulfully and convincingly performed by Romain Duris, who has been known for dramatic roles such as the pianist in The Beat That My Heart Skipped, Moliére is rescued from prison by a bumbling aristocrat called Monsieur Jourdain (Fabrice Luchini). Jourdain has written a one-act enjoy that he wants to perform at the salon of the haughty widow, marquise Celimene (Ludivine Sagnier) with whom he is smitten.Paying Moliére's debts, he hires him to teach him the skills of an actor while tricking his graceful wife Elmire (Laura Morante) into believing that he is a priest called Mr. Tartuffe who has come only to counsel his daughter in matters of religion. This ruse runs into issues when Tartuffe/Moliére's falls in love with Madame Jourdain; however their relationship becomes a transforming experience for the actor/playwright when she suggests that he concentrate on writing a various type of comedy, one that probes the emotions of a drama.Complications are plentiful as the storyline moves from comedy to farce, to tragedy and back again with the assistance of a scheming count called Dorante (Edouard Baer) whose target is to marry his son Thomas (Gillian Petrovsky) to Jourdain's daughter Henriette (Fanny Valette) regardless of the fact that Henriette is in love with her melody teacher Valere (Gonzague Requillart). Moliére may not totally capture the real essence of the French creator but the fact that it does recommend a writer of depth, wit, and inspiration may entice the viewer to seek out the source material first hand. Granted that the movie is speculation, not biography, but it is art and the payoff is a romantic and richly entertaining tribute to one of the best playwrights in history.
The Seattle International Movie festival has saved us from a droll and boring summer film season. With sequels galore and some atrocious originals, it was great to catch a screening of the closing night movie at the festival last night: Molière. The movie wins big, and hopefully will be nominated for greatest French film, director and actor (Romain Duris) when the Césars roll around next spring.Molière is France's Shakespeare and his life and plays might not be familiar to most Americans. So French director Laurent Tirard decided three years ago to create a movie that would bring the work and escapades of the famed writer more available to audiences. Tirard co-wrote the screenplay and assembled a top notch cast including Romain Duris (The Beat That My Heart Skipped), Fabrice Luchini (Intimate Strangers), Laura Morante (Avenue Montaigne) Edouard Baer (The Storyline of My Life), and the everytime unbelievable Ludivine Sagnier (Swimming Pool).The storyline starts with Jean-Baptists Poquelin aka Molière (Duris) frantically trying to decide if he is to do a tragedy for his next enjoy in front of the esteemed royal family despite the fact they desperately wish a comedy. The movie flashes back thirteen years earlier to when Poquelin has been thrown into jail because he should not pay a debt. While in jail, Monsieur Jourdain (Luchini) seeks out Molière's theatrical talents. Molière is whisked away to the Jourdain estate in disguise where he gotta support Jourdain victory the esteem of a desired mistress (Sagnier) while keeping this all hidden from the eyes of Mme. Jourdain (Morante). In exchange for his services Molière's debt will be paid and forgiven. Bits and pieces of the rest of storyline seem familiar to anyone who's read Molière's plays, as this movie sets the scene that these happenings inspire Molière to be the comedy writer that he became.The movie wins on many levels. The acting talent of Duris alone merits a viewing as well as the pretty cinematography by Gilles Henry. The photos were very colourful and beautifully framed. The superb territories that only France has to offer were wonderfully highlighted as well as extravagant costume design, hair and create up. The score written by Frédéric Talgorn was by far one of the greatest parts. His ability to weave fifteenth century musical themes into a robust, fun and energetic comedy score definitely is worth a second listening at home on a great speaker system. Oh yeah, the movie is also now funny! There are some nice scenes from the plays as well as some great jokes toward a modern audience.Molière has everything. It is a fantastically crafted and brilliant look at one of France's most popular artists. The movie may run a bit long for some, but it's hardly noticeable when juxtaposed with the brilliants visuals, wonderful acting and unbelievable melody and sound design. The movie also has heart and leaves us with a great message to ponder when leaving the theater. When Molière releases in your area, don't miss it. The movie is also appropriate for teenagers as the sexual content is rather minor. French teachers around America rejoice at a PG-13 French movie they can present to their classes! Don't wait for DVD though; see this one on a large screen.
Molière (2007), co-written and directed by Laurent Tirard, creatively fills a historical gap that exists in the biography of the playwright/actor Molière. Apparently, Molière was released from debtors prison, and did not rejoin his acting company for few months. The film provides us with a fictional reconstruction of what went on during that time span.Like many period films, this film has high production values. The sets and costumes are glorious, and we are spared the usual obligatory photos of filth and squalor. Instead, most of the movie takes zone in the château of the very wealthy M. Jourdain (Fabrice Luchini), and his dutiful--if somewhat bored--wife (Laura Morante). Ludivine Sagnier plays a wealthy young widow, the Marquise Célimène.The plot revolves around M. Jourdain's worshipful love for the Marquise. The Marquise barely knows he exists and so M. Jourdain proposes to hire Molière to teach him how to create a nice impression on the object of his desires. The Marquise is self-centered, vain, and proud, and M. Jourdain is a fool. However, he is a rich fool, and can afford to go where his whims take him. Molière accepts the job, and the movie moves forward from there.Romain Duris is very nice as Molière. He reminds me of Johnny Depp, and, like Depp, he overplays his role in a humorous and enjoyable method . Fabrice Luchini is perfect as M. Jourdain--a boy who has a unbelievable wife but lusts after an unattainable and unlikeable woman. Laura Morante is outstanding as the wife, who lives with luxury but not with love. Ms. Morante is Italian, so it's not clear to me whether her voice was dubbed. In any case, she plays her role with skill and subtlety, and she has a presence that lights up the screen. This movie will remind you of "Shakespeare in Love" and "Becoming Jane." It tries to correlate the artist's experiences--about which we can only speculate--with his or her art, about which we know a nice deal. It is obviously unlikely that we will ever learn what led Austen or Shakespeare or Molière to write their masterpieces. Because this vacuum exists, writers and directors are gratis to speculate about events, and show these speculations to us in the form of movies. I enjoyed both "Shakespeare in Love" and "Becoming Jane," and I would place "Molière" into this same category--not a nice film, but a very nice film, and definitely worth seeing.
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