Le champignon des Carpathes

Synopsis: A miraculous mushroom is discovered by a film director's daughter.It would be used to cure an actress.
100 min

with the dead.

You had a favour to ask me?

Do you know that?


I found it this morning.

There's numbers of mushrooms

we forgot the properties.

I'd like you to have it analysed.

- But why do you want?...

- Just an analysis, doctor.

- But she's jealous!

- What, me?

She needs an analyst,

not a pediatrist.

- A what?

- She needs an analyst.

Hey, kids!

How things are doing?

Just fine...

Hey, where's my martini?

Anyway, I like her. I heard her last

exhibition in New York was a smash.

Are we gonna wait

your pretty boy all night?

I don't know what is

he doing, he's late.

Speak of the devil...

And it's not always

a real devil.

Let me introduce you Erica.

You know the others.

My husband.

- What's so funny?

- Nothing.

Ludovic has a humour crisis.

Don't mind it.

- Thanks, it looks delicious.

What a day!

I'm glad you came and meet us.

- And meet you.

You wouldn't see anyone

if I wasn't pushing you a bit.

What about my patients?

- Children won't bring you much.

- But this, yes?

- You know Maurice won't come

with us in Paris? - No, why?

He found a producer

for his Chekhov.

A guy from Dakar,

I'll tell you about it later.

Can you figure that?

"The seagull" played by Senegalese actors!

- Are you going to Paris?

- I forgot to tell you about it.

We're leaving on Tuesday to do a film

for Air-Inter. Something very big.

A contest.

I'll tell you about it later.

- You could had told me earlier.

- Try to be free, doc.

Come with us.

For once, you'll have some fun.

No, thanks.

So, kids,

where are we going after?

Our dear producer is gonna invite us

to drink some Champ' at the Top.


We'll do that some other time.

Isn't it, doctor?

Attention... Ready?


- Goodbye, kids!

- Bye.

Hey, are you coming?

What is it?

- A dairy cow as you can see.

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