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Alexandre Brasseur ...
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Mademoiselle Mars / Dona Sol
Florence Darel ...
Jacques Dacqmine ...
Fabrice Pruvost ...
Firmin / Hernani
Nicolas Vaude ...
Fabre
Mathias Maréchal ...
Bernard Fresson ...
Pierre Vernier ...
Taylor
Fabrice Bénard ...
Dumas
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L'auteur de pièce antique
Delphine Zentout ...
La jeune comédienne
Jean-Pierre Coffe
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Philothée O'Neddy
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Hail the moderns !
23 August 2004 | by (Montigny-lès-Metz, France) – See all my reviews

Very lively, exciting, accurate account of the famed battle of Hernani, of the romantic "new wave" versus the starched establishment. Alexandre Brasseur is over the top as young Victor Hugo : in no time does the viewer forget he is Claude's son and Pierre's grandson and calls him Victor ! He is aptly feverish, enthusiastic, uncomfortable or dejected but mostly he IS this young man who believes in a new form of art, closer to life. And the other performers are all excellent, particularly Jean-Pierre Coffe as a ridiculous supporter of tradition.Bravo Jean-Daniel Verhaegue who always remains in command while he has to deal with many group scenes featuring lots of ebullient restless young people.


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