Bon Voyage ★★★ 2003 (PG-13)
Successful comedy-adventure mixes romance, espionage, murder, and melodrama amid the chaos of the Nazi occupation of France. In the role of a lifetime, Adjani is Viviane, an amoral movie star who's seeing government minister Beaufort (De-pardieu) but gets humble former flame Frederic (Derangere) to do her bidding, including disposing of the body of a blackmailer (Vaude). Fred gets busted with the body, takes the rap, and winds up in jail only to escape with the help of resourceful criminal Raoul (Attal). Coyote does a turn as a spy posing as a journalist who also has a thing for the tres popular Viviane. The lives of all the characters intersect with interesting results in this not completely original but engaging and well-made romp. 114m/C DVD . FR Isabelle Adjani, Gerard Depardieu, Virginie Ledoyen, Yvan Attal, Peter Coyote, Aurore Clement, Xavier De Guille-bon, Edith Scob, Michel Vuillermoz, Gregori Der-angere, Jean-Marc Stehle, Nicolas Pignon; D: Jean-Paul Rappeneau; W: Jean-Paul Rappeneau, Gilles Marchand, Patrick Modiano; C: Thierry Ar-bogast; M: Gabriel Yared.
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