The France of the Musketeers, from the Baroque Age to the Birth of the Modern State.
Figaro Special Edition
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“France of the Musketeers”
Discover in this issue the true story of D'Artagnan and his century.
A horseman appears in the night.
His name is still unknown to almost anyone, and yet soon it will resonate for the ages.
Like Cyrano, d'Artagnan is one of those whose literary fame surpasses that of the historical figure so much that it has totally eclipsed him.
Tackling a monument like The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas is a tall order.
If many have measured it, no adaptation of this novel among the most famous of French literature has really marked the history of cinema or has imposed itself as a reference.
This left the director Martin Bourboulon the field of all possibilities.
He chose for this to cut the work into two films corresponding to the two main plots of the book.
The Three Musketeers
portrays his hero through the case of the studs...
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