Dream Duo


IT TAKES TWO: Bacri and Berry in Look at Me.

At first glance, they make an unlikely pair. He's intense and weathered — the kind of guy who shows up to interviews untucked and unshaven. She's easygoing and glamorous (as a young girl, she dreamed of being a princess). But when it comes to making movies, Jean-Pierre Bacri and Agnès Jaoui are a perfect match: they act, they produce, and as a screenwriting team, they are French cinema's sharpest critics of the bourgeois élite, people whose relationships they portray as always on the brink of collapse and whose dinner parties combust into uncivil wars.


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