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In this culture edition, we go to Argentina for an exhibition by Le Corbusier. We receive author Vanina Marsot who talks about her first and very funny novel “Foreign tongue”, which tells the story of an American woman who moves to Paris.
"The messenger" by Oren Moverman and "Lebanon" by Samuel Maoz respectively received the honors of the Deauville Film Festival and the Mostra of Venice. Indian author Abha Dawesar presents her vision of the Indian society in "Family values".
Today on Culture, a special Mostra edition with interviews of actors John Turturro and Tilda Swinton. As the film festival closes on Saturday, we’ll also take a look at some of the films competing for the Golden Lion.
In this edition of culture Augustin Trapenard talks to us about juvenile literature, and in particular "the boy in the striped pyjamas" of John Boyne. Also after Jeff Koons last year, it is Veilhan's turn to take over Versailles this year.
In this edition of Culture, we go to Deauville to enjoy Americain cinema. Interview with Merryl streep who tells us about her new film: "Julie and Julia", a story about food and love, in collaboration with Stanley Tucci.