A fine,refreshing film-even more girl-power than the book was!Colette was a real COW not to have liked her own adaptation...!!!
I've seen'Claudine à l'école'in the past (that was actually one year before I saw'Another Country'-something completely different that was,now..and one year when I KNEW I WAS in love with my-male-lover-but that's another matter).Well,my comments on this film are:I found it a fine,refreshing ,funny little film-it even succeeded in being even more "girl-power"-ish than the book.It is said Colette DISLIKED the adaptation.Well,to me,she was a real COW to have done so,but heaven,even the best people have their bleak moments...I'd like to add some trivia to finish this note;For the first time in the history of(French)cinema,an'out'lesbian (that was Margo Lion)played the role of a lesbian!Unfortunately ,the movie seems not to feature in any gay or lesbian movie history book.I say:one more reason to see and appreciate that little jewel,and give it its(largely due )place in the history of(gay )cinema!Christophe Renaudot.
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