Cravate club est une pièce de théâtre française de Fabrice Roger-Lacan écrite en 2001 et adaptée en film par Frédéric Jardin en 2002.

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  • Cravate club est une pièce de théâtre française de Fabrice Roger-Lacan écrite en 2001 et adaptée en film par Frédéric Jardin en 2002.
  • Cravate club is a 2002 film displaying an essential characteristic of much French cinema, that of being focused on in-depth psychology, articulated at the level of the semiotic by resembling a theatre filme. The dense enmeshing of the characters' sense of identity with the day-to-day incidents of their lives is strikingly demonstrated in two iconic sequences: that when the two heroes perform a dazzling choreography using their office chairs, restoring, albeit temporarily, their partnership duologue; and that in which the hilarious 'murder report' takes place.
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  • Cravate club est une pièce de théâtre française de Fabrice Roger-Lacan écrite en 2001 et adaptée en film par Frédéric Jardin en 2002.
  • Cravate club is a 2002 film displaying an essential characteristic of much French cinema, that of being focused on in-depth psychology, articulated at the level of the semiotic by resembling a theatre filme.
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