Fabrice Luchini plays a retired actor who is approached by another actor (Lambert Wilson) who’d like to try directing. Together, they work to stage Molière’s The Misanthrope, and along the way they eat, drink, ride bicycles, flirt with women, and frolic in the way that only the people who invented the phrase joie de vivre can truly manage. Not rated. 104 minutes. In French with subtitles. Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe.
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