Des Enfants Gâtés
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Time Out saysOnly partly autobiographical, this account of a film director's brief affair with a young neighbour, and his involvement in the social and political ramifications of a tenancy dispute in an apartment block, still carries the weight of Tavernier's convictions about the injustices everyone (including film-makers) is forced to contest, domestically and at work. A striking performance from Pascal and the familiar leonine one from Piccoli. More 'parochial' than most Tavernier, but worth catching up with.