A scene from the movie "Cyrano my Love". / Credit Photo Nicolas Velter, courtesy of Roadside Attractions

The Colcoa Film Festival has just ended, but the French of Los Angeles have not finished with French cinema. "Cyrano my love" ("Edmond" in France) by Alexis Michalik, adapted from the Edmond play, will be screened at Laemmle's Royal from October 18th. It will then be showcased at Playhouse 7 and Town Center 5 on October 25th. New Yorkers will not be left out. The film will be on the screens of the Angelika Film Center and Landmark 57th, from October 18th.

The film takes place in 1897, in Paris. The spectator discover the daily life of Edmond Rostand, desperate to have written nothing for two years. He then proposes to Constant Coquelin a heroic comedy, in verse, for the holidays, which he has not yet written. While no one believes in this piece, he begins the writing of "Cyrano de Bergerac", which he has only the title.


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