19 abr. 2007

There's a classic French movie with a scene in a classroom where a teenage kid reads aloud--magnificently--a passage from Racine. For the life of me I can't remember or figure out which movie this is. It's been nagging at me for months. Please help.

2 comentarios:

François dijo...

I want to say Au revoir les enfants, by Louis Malle, but then I remembered there weren't that many classroom scenes.

Word verification is, strangely, "obboe."

Jonathan dijo...

It's actually Truffaut's Pocket Change and it's Moliere not Racine, and the scene is not as impressive as I had remembered. Tricks of the memory.