Fanny

Fanny

Fanny

Since the departure of Marius, César is more and more angry, and his friends pay the price. When Fanny learns that she is expecting a child from Marius, she is in danger of being disgraced…

Two years after Marius, Pagnol took up his characters in Fanny (1931) where he had left them. Audiences at the Théâtre de Paris enthusiastically found Fanny, César, Panisse, Escartefigue, Monsieur Brun and Honorine.

FANNY: Come on, Marius, all that we could say now, it can no longer be of any use. Go away, go away. Let’s not stir up the past.
MARIUS: There’s no need to stir it. It moves well enough on its own.

Fanny

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