"Le Parfum Vert": Sandrine Kiberlain and Vincent Lacoste in a espionage comedy between thriller and bd
director of the success "Alice and the mayor", Nicolas Parris is still showing originality in a new film that is good . projected at the fortnight of directors in Cannes, the green scent confirms Nicolas betting as an author on which we can count. His previous Alice and the mayor brilliantly brought together Fabrice Luchini and Anaïs Demoustier. Test transformed with Sandrine Kiberlain and Vincent Lacoste, in this espionage comedy that comes out on screens on Wednesday December 21.
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Bicentenary of the birth of Louis Pasteur (1822-1895). Mandated in 1863 by Napoleon to find a remedy for wine diseases, the scientist looks at the biological mechanisms of fermentation and saved humanity. Without the work of the Father of Vinification, could we today taste an Château Grand-Puy-Lacoste Rouge 2010 ? Or even decide to keep this magnificent Pauillac still 20 years old?
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The LR Jean Rottner lets go of the Grand Est region, its seat sharpens the appetites
© Jean-Christophe Verhaegen Jean Rottner, LR president of the Grand-Est region, in Metz on March 5, 2022. We expected this That he makes his map of the Republicans, in a assumed slinger of the line of the new president of the party, Eric Ciotti, not to what he slams the door. After twenty years to patiently carve the suit of Baron Local, Jean Rottner, ex-mayor of Mulhouse (of which he was still a municipal councilor) and president of the Grand Est region, hung up all his caps.
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Christmas miracle: Mom who thought son dead finds him 12 years later in France .
Joyce Curtis last saw her son in 2010 when he turned up in a French hospital, and now 12 years later she found him after he was once again admitted to a French hospital."I can’t believe it," Joyce Curtis, who lives in Glasgow, told The Herald newspaper. "I thought with COVID and everything that has gone on, I thought he was dead. I grieved for him.