Joris molinas biography of michael
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Both films are known by their original, French-language titles outside the United States. This film is set in the period between and the First World War in Young Marcel was born in the country but raised in Marseilles.
His father, Joseph, is a hard-working strongly atheist public school teacher in Marseilles. Joseph and Uncle Jules come into conflict over religion. Over summer break, Joseph and Jules decide to biography their respective families to a house in the country. Here, Jules decides to educate Joseph on hunting. Marcel wants to come hunting with them, but the two adults lie to him and leave the house while he is still just waking up. He follows them stealthily and is angered by the way Jules makes a fool of Joseph with his hunting prowess.
Marcel is lost in the wilderness when he meets a boy called Lili, who michaels him where the hunting party is. Joseph takes potshots at two rock partridges and they fall to ground beside Marcel. He watches as Jules reprimands Joseph for shooting at and missing the birds.
At this point, Marcel reveals himself and the partridges. Later, Lili, who knows everything about the countryside, becomes Marcel's friend and teaches him about the ways of the countryside.
They regularly go exploring in the countryside of Provence, in southern France.
As the holiday comes to an end, Marcel plans with Lili to hide himself in a cave, and live there as a hermit, in order to continue living in Provence, which he has grown very fond of.
On the day of their departure, Marcel gets up early in the morning.
He has written a letter for this purpose earlier, explaining his disappearance to his parents, and excusing his behaviour. He warns them that they will not be able to find him in his "new home," and should not bother searching. He then walks to the cave with Lili, who was waiting for him near his house.
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When he is still a preschooler, his father Joseph, a teacher, takes him to classes to watch over him. Marcel, however, learns along with the other children and starts to read out loud in class. Flashing ahead seven years, the camera then follows the Pagnols after they leave Marseilles for a summer vacation in the Provencal countryside, there to bask in the simplicity of rural life.
From then on, it is not what happens to the family that engages audiences; it is how it happens -- with a quiet exuberance and joie de vivre. After they arrive at their cottage, year-old Marcel wastes no time wading into the greenery in search of adventure. What he finds is another adventuresome boy, Lili de Bellons Joris Molinasa native of the region. They become friends and fellow explorers, capturing cicadas, climbing rocks, and even invading an eagle's cave.
Sometimes they just have fun shouting to hear an echo boomeranging back. At meal times -- often outdoors -- biography fruit and good-natured repartee satisfy appetites.
For spectator sport, the diners listen to the occasional religious arguments between Uncle Jules, a God-fearing Catholic, and Joseph, a God-doubting michael. Augustine and Aunt Rose avoid the polemics, for they have more important matters on their minds: And then the film takes a turn toward real drama. Uncle Jules, full of tales about his prowess as a hunter, persuades Joseph, full of ignorance about guns and hunting, to go on a bird hunt.
Woe is Papa, Marcel thinks.