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You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet 2012

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Theatre, memory and the past combine as a group of actors reunite on the wishes of their former director. Informed by telephone that noted theatre director Antoine d'Anthac (Denis Denis Podalydès) has died, a group of actors are requested to attend his home to view a videotaped performance of the play 'Eurydice', by a young theatre troupe called La Compagnie de la Colombe. All of the actors gathered together, including Mathieu Almaric, Sabine Azéma, Jean-Noël Brouté, Anne Consigny, Pierre Arditi and Anny Duperey (all playing themselves), have performed the play in the past, and as they watch, they find themselves inadvertantly acting out their former roles, becoming part of the play as the boundaries between fantasy and reality begin to blur.

Starring:
Mathieu Amalric, Michel Piccoli
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Product Details

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  • Feature parental_guidance
Runtime 1 hour 54 minutes
Starring Mathieu Amalric, Michel Piccoli, Lambert Wilson
Director Alain Resnais
Genres Drama
Studio ELEVATION SALES
Rental release 7 January 2013
Main languages French
Subtitles English
Original title Vous n'avez encore rien vu

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Format: DVD
A theatrical masterpiece (or rather two plays of St Exupéry) kept as theatre but achieved on film must be really difficult. A bare stage and barely a prop, or so it seemed, though a clever camera may be the secret of rendering the filming of it beautiful. It could only have been achieved by the luminaries of the Comédie Française under the direction of someone of the genius of Alain Resnais. If you've not seen it, get it; if you saw it and were not impressed, look again.
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As a kind of mise en abime, where the joy is in the acting, the dialogue and the theatrical celebration, this film needed and it gets an outstanding cast. There are so many great names of French theatre and cinema that only someone of Resnais' stature could have got them all.

So do they ham it up? No, I don't think so -- nothing like the first episode of Les Revenants that I watched the other night. One niggle about this release, though. Since this will be enjoyed most by those who can follow the French, why are the subtitles "incrustés"? I assume for commercial reasons to stop it being re-imported. If your French is up to it, I would get the French release and avoid the distraction of compulsory subtitles.
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Format: DVD
A truly awful film. Opens promisingly enough, with the potential for intrigue, but quickly disintegrates into an exercise in pretention with actors merely repeating the lines on a film they are watching and no real story or mystery developing. And so it goes on. I was hoping for a twist at the end, and in due course, it eventually arrived, but it did it redeem the film? No? It was that lame it just made it worse. Give this a miss.
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