Salut tout le monde!
Next Thursday (November, 4th), new French movie night! The movie we’ll watch, Nos jours heureux, is recent (2006). It shows the realities of a French “colonie de vacances” (summer camp). The kids are kind of… wild, the leaders are crazy and so, the mixture is explosive! This movie is really great, with good actors (most of them are famous in France: Jean-Paul Rouve, Omar Sy, Marilou Berry…) and with some very funny moments. No worries: there are English subtitles. I really had fun watching it so, I hope you’ll enjoy it! See you on Thursday, 4th, at 7:00 p.m, in Walton B 21!
Bonjour tout le monde! My name’s Caitlin- I’m a senior French major and I’m going to start tutoring in French for a few hours a week. I’m looking forward to working with you all. In the meantime, take a look at the video below. I watched this when I first started taking French in middle school. I think it’s safe to say the ’80s were a pretty solid decade for educational television.
Téléfrancais! – Episode 1
Bonjour tout le monde!
Guess what? The first French movie night will take place on Thursday (October 7th, 6:30 p.m, room Walton B 21)! We’ll be watching a famous French movie called “Le gendarme à New-York” (don’t worry, there’ll be English subtitles). It’s a very funny movie with one of the funniest French actors, Louis de Funès. I think I’ve watched it a thousand times but I’ll be happy to watch it one more time with you. So, see you on Thursday!
P.S: Here is a trailer of the movie. (I hope this works.)