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Alliance Francaise French Film Festival: 21 Nights with Pattie (Vingt et une nuits avec Pattie)

Sat, Mar 17 / 7 pm
Directed by Arnaud Larrieu & Jean-Marie Larrieu
2015, France, 115 min

A repressed forty-year-old Parisian named Caroline arrives in a small village in Southern France to arrange the funeral of her mother, a woman she barely knew. There her  mother’s former housekeeper, a talkative woman named Patti, shares with her the local gossip, some of which features her deceased mother’s love life. When her mother’s corpse  disappears, Caroline is forced to extend her visit and reluctantly engage with the cheerfully Dionysian community.

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Robert Vilar Workbook Vol 1: Golden Vilars
Dir. By Matthew Rankin, Alek Rzeszowski
2007, Canada, 1:30 min
A spectacular visual celebration of two cultural phenomenons: the Golden Girls and Winnipeg cult actor Robert Vilar.

Sponsored by Alliance Francaise du Manitoba.

Reviews

An intelligent, sensitive, good looking, sexually frank comedy.
- Lee Marshall, Screen Daily
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