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From 6 years old: Donkey skin


A king, mad with grief at having lost his wife, swears that he will marry only the most beautiful princess of the kingdom. It turns out that it's ... his daughter. On the advice of the fairy, her godmother, the princess in despair demands the impossible: the skin of the donkey kingdom that lays gold. Love, love ... Everything is dreaming in this princess film: the blonde beauty of Catherine Deneuve, the unforgettable dresses, the castle of Chambord, the songs of Jacques Demy. And then, this tale of Perrault amazing strength and talking about incest remains subversive. It allows to recall clearly, and beautifully by the voice of Delphine Seyrig, to "your big ones" not quite out of the Oedipus: "My child, we never marry his parents." By Jacques Demy, according to Charles Perrault, after Roald Dahl's novel, Ciné Tamaris, 1:30 am Where to find it?

A king, mad with grief at having lost his wife, swears that he will marry only the most beautiful princess of the kingdom. It turns out that it's ... his daughter. On the advice of the fairy, her godmother, the princess in despair demands the impossible: the skin of the donkey kingdom that lays gold. Love, love ... Everything is dreaming in this princess film: the blonde beauty of Catherine Deneuve, the unforgettable dresses, the castle of Chambord, the songs of Jacques Demy. And then, this tale of Perrault amazing strength and talking about incest remains subversive. It allows to recall clearly, and beautifully by the voice of Delphine Seyrig, to "your big" not quite out of the Oedipus: "My child, we never marry his parents."
By Jacques Demy, according to Charles Perrault, according to the novel by Roald Dahl, Ciné Tamaris, 1 h 30.
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