Last night, at a time when political news stormed across the PAF, the always inspired Arte television broadcast President, Henri Verneuil small gems to expertly trussed by Michel Audiard dialogues. Against a background of political infighting and betrayal at the top, Jean Gabin portrays a former Chairman of the war against one of its former employees aspiring to the highest offices of state.
Male roles of the film dating from 1961 is a tasty kebab notables of the Province Mining and affable man smiles, the chubby silhouettes, thickened by years of excesses of all kinds, of Grands Crus in gastronomic specialties of the local terroir.
The new DailyELLE we had awfully laugh last week redoing "the game ties" worn by the two contenders for the presidential election in the debate between the two towers (granting an 1-0 to the outgoing President). Yesterday, and 50 years later, the faces of these "men of another era," Seigner, Gabin and other Blier, had a family likeness perfectly disturbing with a new freshly elected president.