Well, this is kind of embarrassing, but I haven’t watched too many French movies, I’ve watched stuff that was mainstream, but one of my not-so-famous favourites is Le Libertin, with Vincent Perez as Denis Diderot. It was one of the things that made me want to learn French, but I still can’t read too much Diderot because my vocabulary isn’t so up to par. I’m working on it.
But I’ll ask classmates and get back to you, will that be fine?
Well, it went well.
The first play was "The Losers". A group of people getting drunk to wash away their problems, even more so when they see a horrible performance by a magician. Hilarious.
The second play was "Comme Des Frites", like french fries. Two local assassins botch a job, hilarity ensues.
We all had a great time (and didn't embarrass ourselves too much...).
Thank you for your well wishes.
By the way, the sound person was completely incompetent. They didn't play Humana Inspired to Nightmare at the end, and at the funeral scene, she played the Graduation march instead of a sad Debussy song we chose.
I should hope so. I can't imagine not having our dog at home.
This evening, my french class will be performing two short plays at the Alliance Francais. I'm feeling kind of nervous. I'll tell you how it went. (I'm trying to get them to play Cradle instrumentals for the 'dramatic' scenes.)
I'd read that getting a pure breed is much safer, since certain breeds have specific character traits, and therefore, in hteory, one can choose a dog with a specific personality. That would be great if someone was getting a dog for their kids and didn't want to worry about them being eaten. But I prefer mutts, all the same.
Going to read like a demon, get my tonsils taken out, get back to my holiday job, and sleep in on saturdays.
Plus, my birthday is in the end of December, so I have that to look forward to. Oh, and we're going to get a new puppy, a friend for our dog. That's something, right?