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Movie review: The play's the thing in 'You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet'
Movie review: The play's the thing in 'You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet'

Relax, classic rock fans, "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet" is not a movie inspired by the stuttery old Bachman-Turner Overdrive hit. What it is, however, is a crafty, brainy and uniquely stirring concoction, directed by enduring, now 91-year-old French filmmaker Alain Resnais ("Hiroshima, Mon Amour"; "Last Year at Marienbad," "Stavisky"), that effectively unites a who's who of Gallic acting talent, including such past Resnais collaborators as Michel Piccoli, Sabine Azéma (the director's wife), Anny Duperey and Mathieu Amalric. The screenplay, credited to Laurent Herbiet and Alex Réval (Resnais' alias), based on the Jean Anouilh plays "Eurydice" and "Cher Antoine ou l'amour Rate," finds a group...

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