Tag Archives: Jacqueline Delubac

Sacha Guitry – Le nouveau testament AKA Indiscretions (1936)

Based on Guitry’s own stage play about a sanctimonious fellow who eventually’s victimized by his own hypocrisy. Little effort’s made to “cinematize” the property, which’s filmed just as it was staged. Read More »

Sacha Guitry – Le mot de Cambronne AKA The Word of Cambronne (1937)

Ms. Cambronne, of British origin, to whom much has been said the “word” of her husband, the press questions in order to know the meaning. But the general refused any explanation and continues to be silent. Finally, Adele, a pretty maid, will build Ms. Cambronne uttering the famous words in a moment of awkwardness. Read More »