Friday, January 15, 2010

Not to be confused with...


...Le Dîner des Cons , incidentally playing, and already sold out, at the Rodez Amphithéâtre on Feb. 23.

8 comments:

Claudine said...

I would love to see that, sounds interesting.... my post yesterday was pretty bad, but I wanted to get one in :) I will make up for it today. If I start to post my stage 20 of the Tour de French Cuisine I may be able to stretch it to the end of the month since it is already at 12 pages and 6,000 words. Maybe a page a day :)... blog on and happy weekend

Vivianne Leclaire said...

Le diner des cons has to be the most laugh-out-loud film I have ever seen.
Love your site.

Betty C. said...

There is a movie of it that was very popular in France. The English title (it was at least sub-titled)is "The Dinner Game.

Dedene said...

It was a hysterical movie, plus a great way to appreciate the talent of Jacques Villeret.
Did you take the picture with the wording cut off on purpose?
Very cute!

Betty C. said...

Dedene, Actually I did not take the picture that way on purpose -- it was a much larger photo of the whole bar. I was going through some photos to find something to post and noticed that I had but it off just a tad bit after the "S". I did, however, crop it so no traces of the O were showing and so the sign took a more prominent place.

Betty C. said...

Vivianne -- Thanks for stopping by. I added you to my sidebar under "France Fanatics." It looks like that category suits you...

The Pliers said...

Great photo, Betty!

And I love "Le diner des cons," too! It would be wonderful to see it done as a play in the theatre.

Amitiés,

tut-tut said...

Have you seen this, Betty? It got some write-ups in the NYTimes I seem to remember. I just saw Summer Hours (L'heure d'été) on Netflix and I very much enjoyed that