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In the new movie Paris starring Romain Duris and Juliette Binoche, Fabrice Luchini texts a poem by Baudelaire to the girl he is infatuated with, does anyone know this poem? Would you please post it?
I have not seen it and Luchini has done a lot of poetry reading so it will be hard without more clues.
I shall look through youtube to try to find it.
Luchini is an unfortunate reader because he is such an exentric.Plain discrete readers are best(like Mickael Lonsdale).
I got a Rimbau collection with him readng i could not stand it.
He can be a fine comedian sometime though.
Thanks for looking into it for me Thomas. A movie forum friend found it for me. It is A celle qui trop gaie.
celle qui est trop gaie (To She Who Is Too Gay) by Charles Baudelaire (http://fleursdumal.org/poem/138)
I like Luchini as a comic actor. My favorite film of his is Confidences trop intimes which has a better title in English, Intimate Strangers.
Good you found it.
I use to like Luchini because he is quite mad,he was very unpredictible when interviewed,but now what was spontaniety has became a bit trade.
Anyway we are always harder with our celebrities.
I love you, beelzebubbles. I can't help it for a person who look for a poem quoted in a movie. J'ai vu un bon film: Entre Les Murs which clearly reminds us of the good old days. I was not nearly as bad though.
Thanks for the suggestion Hiediadonis, I saw The Class this summer and I loved it, especially that tough girl with the smarts and the funny teeth. She really stole the show.
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