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Le misanthrope

Author: Jean Paul CarrèreMolièrePierre DuxGeorges DescrièresBernard Dhéran; et al; All authors
Publisher: [Paris] : Éd. Montparnasse [éd.] ; [s.l.] : Arcadès [distrib.], cop.2008.
Series: Comédie-Française; Comédie-Française (Paris. 2007)
Edition/Format:   DVD video : PAL color broadcast system : FrenchView all editions and formats
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Having lost all patience with the flattery and hypocrisy of fashionable society, Alceste has vowed to speak and act only with complete sincerity. Parodoxically, he falls in love with the epitome of all that he despises: the cruel coquette Celimene. When Alceste resolves to abandon society once and for all, he invites her to accompany him but she is more in love with her frivolous lifestyle than with him.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Paul Carrère; Molière; Pierre Dux; Georges Descrières; Bernard Dhéran; Michel Duchaussoy; et al
OCLC Number: 494872421
Notes: Notice rédigée d'après la jaquette.
Enregistrement public, saison 1976-1977.
Copyright : INA : Comédie-Française, 1977.
Credits: Musique : Antoine Margoni.
Cast: Autres intérprètes : Georges Riquier, Philippe Rondest, Gérard Giroudon, Guy Michel, Alain Philippe, Bérengère Dautun, Dominique Constanza, Béatrice Agenin.
Description: 1 DVD vidéo monoface double couche zone 2 (2 h 05 min) : 4/3, coul. (PAL), son. + 1 dépl.
Series Title: Comédie-Française; Comédie-Française (Paris. 2007)
Responsibility: Jean-Paul Carrère, réal. ; Molière, aut. ; Pierre Dux, mise en scène ; Georges Descrières, Bernard Dhéran, Michel Duchaussoy... [et al.], act.

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Having lost all patience with the flattery and hypocrisy of fashionable society, Alceste has vowed to speak and act only with complete sincerity. Parodoxically, he falls in love with the epitome of all that he despises: the cruel coquette Celimene. When Alceste resolves to abandon society once and for all, he invites her to accompany him but she is more in love with her frivolous lifestyle than with him.

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