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Je, François Villon, voleur, assassin, poète (2010)

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Francis Renaud ...
François Villon
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Guillaume de Villon
Patrick Lizana ...
Thibaut D'aussigny
Sagamore Stévenin ...
Colin de Cayeux
Quentin Baillot ...
Guy Tabarie
Hélène de Saint-Père ...
Catherine de Bruyère
Gaëlle Bona ...
Isabelle
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Bezon
Damien Jouillerot ...
Robin Dogis
Jean-François Gallotte ...
Maître Polonius
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Margot
Bruno Lochet ...
Tressecaille
Pierre-Félix Gravière ...
Regnier de Montigny
Rémy Roubakha ...
Pierret
Jean-Gabriel Nordmann ...
Charles d'Orléans
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The man deserves oblivion
11 July 2012 | by See all my reviews

The movie is about a poet, rebel, thief and murderer who seems not to have any redeeming qualities the viewer would develop for him. Besides him getting somehow famous through the rare poems that survived ages since middle 15th century. The movie (I don't know how freely treating scarce historical facts we know about FV) creates a portrait of a talented man with imagination, son of a thief, raised by a priest. Too many temptations around, too little time and resistance to succumb. As a result the viewer is left puzzled why this man did not die earlier and another proof how little a human life cost or meant six hundred years ago. What is missing is some diagnosis for FV that could not be given to the poet at that time. Otherwise some of his actions is hard to rationalize. A movie for the history or poetry geek.


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