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Molière., a Sony Pictures Classics release, Fidélité presents in association with Wild Bunch in co-production with France 3 Cinéma and France 2 Cinéma with the participation of Canal+ and TPS Star ; produced by Olivier Delbosc and Marc Missonnier ; screenplay by Laurent Tirard and Grégoire Vigneron with Fanny Vallette and Jean-Claude Jay ; director, Laurent Tirard, Widescreen

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Molière., a Sony Pictures Classics release, Fidélité presents in association with Wild Bunch in co-production with France 3 Cinéma and France 2 Cinéma with the participation of Canal+ and TPS Star ; produced by Olivier Delbosc and Marc Missonnier ; screenplay by Laurent Tirard and Grégoire Vigneron with Fanny Vallette and Jean-Claude Jay ; director, Laurent Tirard, Widescreen
Language
fre
Characteristic
videorecording
Intended audience
MPAA rating: PG-13; for some sexual content
Main title
Molière.
Oclc number
181104882
Responsibility statement
a Sony Pictures Classics release, Fidélité presents in association with Wild Bunch in co-production with France 3 Cinéma and France 2 Cinéma with the participation of Canal+ and TPS Star ; produced by Olivier Delbosc and Marc Missonnier ; screenplay by Laurent Tirard and Grégoire Vigneron with Fanny Vallette and Jean-Claude Jay ; director, Laurent Tirard
Runtime
121
Summary
Moliere is a down-and-out actor and playwright who is up to his ears in debt. The wealthy Jourdain offers to cover that debt so that Molière's theatrical talents might help Jourdain win the heart of a certain widowed marquise. Disguised as a priest, Molière becomes a guest in Jourdain's palace on the subtext of teaching Jourdain the craft of the stage - all this to the annoyance of Jourdain's wife, Elmire. But, soon after, the confrontation between Elmire and Molière turns seductive. Jourdain enlists the aid of a well-connected and scheming acquaintance to help him pursue the widowed marquise
Target audience
general
Technique
live action
resource.version
Widescreen