Marguerite has images of noted female figures in her desk and she uses them as role models in her business dealings. Most are well-known e.g. Coco Chanel, Ava Gardner, Joan of Arc, Marie Curie (Maria Sklodowska-Curie). One name - Denise Fabre - will be unfamiliar to non-French audiences. Denise Fabre is a noted French radio and television presenter, and has hosted the Eurovision Song Contest. She has also worked as a journalist. See more »
A great film how childhood dreams can be manifested in grown-up life
This is a great film, emphasising how important it is to reflect upon one's childhood; so as to keep sight of ones values and not to loose one's way - and that in many ways grown-up life is even sillier than a person's life during childhood.
As already Oscar Wilde so rightly pointed out to us: One's dreams must be big enough so as not to lose sight of them :)
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