THE FRENCH MINISTER (QUAI D'ORSAY) by Bertrand Tavernier

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Γαλλία/France, 2013, εγχρ./col.
Σκην./Dir.: Bertrand Tavernier. Σεν./Scr.: Christophe Blain, Abel Lanzac, Bertrand Tavernier. Φωτ./Cin.: Jérôme Alméras. Μοντ./Ed.: Guy Lecorne. Μουσ./Mus.: Philippe Sarde. Ηθ./Cast: Thierry Lhermitte, Raphaël Personnaz, Niels Arestrup. Παρ./Prod.: Frédéric Bourboulon, Little Bear, Pathé, Canal+. Sales: Institut Français de Grèce. Διάρκεια/Dur.: 113΄.

Alexandre Taillard de Vorms is tall and impressive, a man with style, attractive to women and a totally pretentious person who appears to spend all his working hours highlighting quotations by his favorite authors. He also happens to be the French Minister of Foreign Affairs working relentlessly for securing France's prosperity, world peace and a future Nobel Prize for himself. Young Arthur, who is hired as a speech writer for the foreign ministry, suffers from his boss's sensibilities as well as stress, ambition and dirty dealings, the daily currency at the corridors of the Quai d'Orsay, the ministry's home.

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