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César Award Winner – Best Actress, Catherine Frot

In this French comedy-drama set in the early 1920s, Catherine Frot stars as Marguerite Dumont, a pillar of Parisian society who loves to entertain party guests with her performances of operatic arias. However, the only problem is that- unbeknownst to her- she has a terrible voice. Sycophantic friends humor her, while the anarchistic artists of Dada declare her the latest sensation. But when Marguerite is determined to give a concert to the public, her husband Georges (André Marcon) reluctantly goes along, although he fears it can’t end well. Deftly balancing hilarity with heartbreak, this sumptuously produced period drama is fiction inspired by a true-life story. In French with English subtitles. With Christa Théret, Michel Fau, Denis Mpunga. Writer/Director: Xavier Giannoli.  (France 2015) 127 min.

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