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Special to The TimesAUDREY TAUTOU became famous for playing a naif in "Amélie" seven years ago, but clearly, she's over it now. In "Priceless" (Hors de Prix), a new comedy directed and co-written by Pierre Salvadori, Tautou stars as a woman dependent on the kindness of...
VarietyPARIS -- French vet thesp Gerard Depardieu, who's become a local pariah since relocating to Belgium to pay less taxes, was offered a Russian passport by President Vladimir Putin on Thursday. The Gallic actor moved a few miles across the French border to...
VarietyMADRID Works from four auteurs -- Sweden's Lasse Hallstrom, France's Laurent Cantet and Costa-Gavras, and Iran's Bahman Ghobadi -- round out the competition lineup at September's 60th San Sebastian Film Festival. Their latest films underscore contrary...
Pathe Intl. closes nearly 100 deals at Cannes: 'Enemy,' 'Last Passenger,' 'Beauty and the Beast' attract buyersVarietyCANNES -- Rolling off sustained Cannes trading, Pathe International, the sales arm of the leading European mini-major based out of the U.K. and France, has closed a near 100 deals on often high-profile and always director-driven Gallic and American...
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VarietyBERLIN -- Senator Film is stocking up on Gallic laffers following its success with "The Intouchables" while also betting on high-profile English-language films. At the Cannes Film Market, the Berlin-based distrib nabbed Atom Egoyan's thriller "Devil's...
Tribune movie critic2½ stars (out of four) Boulevard comedy may be paved with froth, but it's not easy for a writer to set up the right narrative equipment and for performers to run it properly. "The Valet" ("La Doublure" in its successful French debut) is the latest from...
Times Staff WriterMaking people laugh is the specialty of the house where French writer-director Francis Veber is concerned, and he is awfully good at it. A complete master of cinematic farce, Veber's latest venture, "The Valet," makes creating deliciously funny comedy...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday June 13, 1997 "Salut Cousin!" is the timeless story of the naive stranger coming to the big city, and Franco-Algerian filmmaker Merzak Allouache brings to it a freshness, vitality and beguiling rueful humor. The film is too long by 10...
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