2006 film directed by Danièle Thompson. A young woman arrives in Paris where she finds a job as a waitress in bar next to a theater. She will meet a pianist, a famous actress and a great art collector, and begin to have her own dreams of fame... Catherine, hugely popular (and wealthy) from her long-running television soap opera, longs for glory on the big screen. She prepares to star in a Feydeau farce about to open on the 17th, but despite all her success she wonders if her work has any value or meaning.
Jean-François, piano prodigy with an international reputation, is
preparing for a major Beethoven recital on the 17th, yet he basically
just wants to be alone. Jacques, a businessman turned art connoisseur,
has amassed an extraordinary, highly personal art collection, but on
the 17th it will all be sold off. Catherine, Jean-François and Jacques
have all devoted their lives to art, yet what kinds of lives has art
given them? They sometimes cross paths and nurse their neuroses at a
café where they are waited on by Jessica, recently arrived in Paris on
her own quest for fame and fortune. Stars Valérie Lemercier, Cécile de
France, Albert Dupontel and Laura Morante. Rated PG-13 for some strong
language and brief sexuality. 100 minutes.
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