Boasting a collection of some of the most celebrated names in French cinema, all playing themselves; Mathieu Amalric (Quantum of Solace), Lambert Wilson (Of Gods and Men), Michel Piccoli (Belle de Jour), Anne Consigny (The Diving Bell and the Butterfly), Sabine Azéma (Wild Grass), Hippolyte Girardot (Paris je t’aime), Pierre Arditi (Private Fears in Public Places), Denis Podalydès (The Da Vinci Code); Alain Resnais’ You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet
is an elegant spectacle of theatre, memory and reality, typical of the legendary Director.
A group of friends are summoned to the estate of a celebrated playwright to hear what they believe to be the reading of his will. Instead they are treated to a viewing of his work ‘Eurydice’, performed by a group of fresh young actors. Having at one time or another all starred in the play themselves, they are tasked with judging whether or not it is deemed worthy of being performed within the late playwright’s estate. However, when they slowly begin to interact with the play, acting out their performances from years long past, their absorption with both the on screen performance and their own memories causes their interaction to drift from reality into the increasingly surreal.