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Soigne ta droite (1987)

A film with idiotic prince and Rita Mitsouko who records a new album.

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Jean-Luc Godard (as Monsieur Godard)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jane Birkin ... La cigale (as Mademoiselle Birkin)
Dominique Lavanant Dominique Lavanant ... La femme de l'amiral (as Mademoiselle Lavanant)
Pauline Lafont Pauline Lafont ... La golfeuse (as Mademoiselle Lafont)
Éva Darlan ... La passagère (as Mademoiselle Darlan)
Isabelle Sadoyan Isabelle Sadoyan ... La grand-mère (as Mademoiselle Sadoyan)
Carina Barone ... L'Américaine (as Mademoiselle Baronne)
Catherine Houssay Catherine Houssay ... La première hôtesse (as Mademoiselle Houssay)
Anny Seneque Anny Seneque ... La seconde hôtesse (as Mademoiselle Seneque)
Eloïse Beaune Eloïse Beaune ... La maman (as Mademoiselle Beaune)
Laurence Masliah Laurence Masliah ... L'amoureuse classique (as Mademoiselle Masliah)
Agnès Sourdillion Agnès Sourdillion ... La campeuse (as Mademoiselle Sourdillon)
Melissa Chartier Melissa Chartier ... La petite fille (as Mademoiselle Chartier)
Valérie Morat Valérie Morat ... La femme de chambre (as Mademoiselle Morat)
Jacques Villeret ... L'individu (as Monsieur Villeret)
François Périer ... L'homme (as Monsieur Périer)
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Storyline

A film with idiotic prince and Rita Mitsouko who records a new album.

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Comedy | Drama | Fantasy

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Country:

France | Switzerland

Language:

French

Release Date:

5 January 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Atenção à Direita See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Gaumont,JLG Films,Xanadu Films See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Trivia

During the shoot Catherine Ringer, the singer of Les Rita Mitsouko, battled with the volatile Godard to the extent that she even threw her beer at him. See more »

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Edited into Histoire(s) du cinéma: La monnaie de l'absolu (1999) See more »

Soundtracks

C'est comme ça
(uncredited)
Music by Fred Chichin
Lyrics by Catherine Ringer
Performed by Les Rita Mitsouko
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All the fun of a Dostoievsky novel
11 March 2004 | by Bob TaylorSee all my reviews

Godard is having fun here (fun is not characteristic of most of his work). He's playing the idiot of Dostoievsky's novel, a director who won't compromise his work. As he did in One plus One with the Rolling Stones, he's working with a band, Les Rita Mitsouko, as they put together the various strands of their new song. I suspect the challenge of constructing watchable material out of the recording studio chaos was the appeal for Godard.

The story is goofy; more like a Pierre Richard slapstick comedy than the intellectual films of the 60's. This must hold the record, for a Godard film, of cameo performances. The only really memorable sequence is on board a plane; with the passengers crammed in their seats and doing lots of shtick, it's a little like Duck Soup.


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