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Molière (1978)

Molière
6 Rating
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7.7 IMDB rating
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Philippe Caubère Philippe Caubère
Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, dit Molière / La Mort
Marie-Françoise Audollent Marie-Françoise Audollent
La Forest - La servante
Frédéric Ladonne Frédéric Ladonne
Molière enfant
Odile Cointepas Odile Cointepas
La mère de Molière
Jonathan Sutton Jonathan Sutton
La Grange
Joséphine Derenne Joséphine Derenne
Madeleine Béjart
Brigitte Catillon Brigitte Catillon
Armande Béjart
Julien Maurel Julien Maurel
L'ami de Molière


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5 years, 2 months ago at Aug 20 16:50
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A vivid, opulent, imaginative, intelligent and magnificent depiction of the life of the great French playwright and the era he lived in. It made me interested in the theatrical work and life of its distinguished female director and, even allowing for its 4 hour length, it should be better known and appreciated.
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kathy voted for a review of Molière 3 years, 6 months ago

“A vivid, opulent, imaginative, intelligent and magnificent depiction of the life of the great French playwright and the era he lived in. It made me in”