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Tu m'as sauvé la vie (1950)

 |  Comedy  |  16 March 1951 (France)
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Complete credited cast:
Sacha Guitry ...
Le baron de Saint-Rambert
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Fortuné Richard
Lana Marconi ...
La marquise de Pralognan
René Génin ...
Victor
Georges Bever ...
Onésime (as Béver)
Luce Fabiole ...
Irma
Robert Seller ...
Le commissaire de police
Jeanne Fusier-Gir ...
La comtesse de Morhange
André Numès Fils ...
Eugene Labouille (as Numès Fils)
Sophie Mallet ...
Célestine
Roger Poirier ...
Un porteur
Grégoire Gromoff ...
Un second porteur
Michel Malloire ...
Gérard
Yannick Malloire ...
Marie-Claire (as Yanick Malloire)
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Gij hebt mij het leven gered  »

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Guitry's wit at its best
17 August 2005 | by (Paris, Fr) – See all my reviews

Granted that Sacha Guitry mostly excels at sharpening good dialogue and directing fine actors -Tu m'as sauvé la vie- is not a movie, barely a filmed stage play. So if you're looking for more distinctive movie-making skills you're in for a major delusion, but if you'd be content with high-flying "mots d'auteur" and sarcastic humor then you can enjoy the show.

As for me it was enough to laugh my way through the end even though the static nature of the staged story gets in the way when dialogue stops flowing. What might have helped here is that Guitry plays the lead but has to share top billing with the more popular Fernandel so the auteur can show off but has no spare room for self-consciousness.


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