Good and evil blur in this gritty police drama set in Marseille, France.
This week Gloria is getting a kick out of jazz singer Manu Le Prince.
There are lots of really good rosé wines out there (and some really bad ones), so I don’t always like being asked to name favorites.
*** Movie: My Night At Maud’s Year: 1969 Director: Eric Rohmer *** A REVIEW This black-and-white French flick is part of director Eric Rohmer’s “Moral Tale” series, six movies that explore the themes of romance and desire. My Night At Maud’s is one of the middle films – and some argue his best. If you’re into good dialogue … Continue reading My Night At Maud’s – An Efficiently Fast-N-True Movie Review
Good White Burgundy always sends me. Why? Well, besides being the ultimate expression of the Chardonnay grape, it always speaks to me in a personal way.
French people have been jogging, drinking, eating, buying all the farine (flour) and pois chiches (chickpeas), and engaging in mandatory apéro (evening gathering) on Houseparty.
It has been a difficult few months here in Paris, but I kept saying hold on till Dave Chapelle gets to Paris and performs at The Trianon on February 27 and 28.