Coffee, Comédie des Champs-Élysées, Paris, 9pm) A fine adaptation of
Agatha Christie's play, with an especially enjoyable performance by Raymond
Aquaviva as Hercule Poirot.
Ciné-Cité les Halles, Paris • 25.7.04 à 19h30
Deuxième visite après celle-ci.
A charming little show, maybe not as thoroughly deligthful as
Apollo Theatre, Londres • 17.7.04 à 17h
Edward Albee (2002)
As powerful a play as when I saw it on Broadway, except that the focus has somehow shifted from Mercedes Ruehl (Broadway) to Jonathan Pryce (London).
…, New York • 4.7.04 à 17h45
A very good sequel, probably better than the first instalment. The focus on the humanity of Peter Parker and the large doses of second- and third-degree humour make a welcome change from Hollywood's usual blockbuster recipe. At least four Broadway names: Alfred Molina, Donna Murphy, Greg Edelman and of course the exquisite Rosemary Harris.