Tag Archives: My Best Friend

Advent: Day 25

Joyeux Noel! I hope you enjoyed all the French film and food, your bellies are happy, and your thirst for brilliant entertainment from the land of Paris and Aix-en-Provence is quenched. Here are some pictures of the food, the decorations, and … Continue reading

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Advent: Day 16

The Film: Confidences trop intimes [Intimate Strangers] I found the films of Patrice Leconte through Netflix. After watching Man on the Train, Intimate Strangers, and My Best Friend I can solidly state he is an incredibly storyteller. He has quickly become … Continue reading

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Advent: Day 2

The Film: Mon meilleur ami [My Best Friend] Directed by Patrice Lectone, this film has everything you would want from a good comedy but is secretly so much more. It’s a simple idea but the way Leconte approaches the subject, … Continue reading

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