The best comedy of the fall is a documentary on Bernard-Henri Lévy. Princess Europe is much funnier thanAntoinette in the Cévennes. While Laure Calamy tries to move a recalcitrant donkey forward, Camille Lotteau tries to follow an unstoppable BHL. The former new philosopher gave the 30-year-old director carte blanche to film him during the campaign for the 2019 European elections. BHL then crisscrossed Europe with a play he wrote and performed, Looking for Europe .
This monologue, a vehicle of generous and liberal good words on the EU, takes these modern Don Quixote and Sancho Panza from London to Lisbon, from Copenhagen to Prague, from Brussels to Barcelona, where Manuel Valls greets “A physical performance and a way of raising ourselves”.
“For the first time, I hear Bernard answer ‘I don’t know'”
Camille Lotteau, director
During this marathon tour, Lotteau discovers a “Actor of himself permanently”, passing from the theatrical scene to the political scene without changing costume, risking the extinction of