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"The pigeons" facing the "Day of the kiwi": the match of the two back-to-school comedies

2023-01-29T21:22:25.861Z


CRITICAL – Laëtitia Colombani's tangy and unpretentious comedy brings together Gérard Jugnot and his son Arthur for the first time at the Édouard VII theater.


"Pigeons" fly low

Plot

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Presented as a

"singular comedy"

, the play

Les Pigeons

written by Michel Leeb features Serge (Francis Huster) and Bernard (Michel Leeb), two actors accustomed to second or even third roles.

They started together forty years ago.

One Thursday morning, they go to a casting, the same day at the same time and maybe for the same scene.

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While waiting to be called, they talk about their “

 career 

”, their expectations and their disappointments and remember their loves.

Serge claims to be faithful to his wife while Bernard boasts of being a hot rabbit.

A twist that cannot be revealed will force them to question themselves.

Interpretation

The public is all acquired with Michel Leeb.

The impersonator actor therefore does his show without restraint, seasoning it with Carambar jokes mixed with facial expressions that have made him popular.

He delights the room by mimicking a snail or a pigeon.

Francis Huster doesn't pull the cover, doing the job like...

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