As her neighbor Rémi Courmont has told her off for making his ears bleed with Ravel's Bolero, a music piece she plays all the time and at full volume , Anne-Marie decides to get even with him. To this end, she sets up a hoax with the complicity of her friend Catherine. To embarrass him, this one agrees to pose as Remi's mistress. Just then, Niquette, Rémi's real lover, resurfaces...
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Original literary source: 'Boléro', comedy in three acts by Michel Duran which premiered in Paris at the Bouffes Parisiens on 12-5-1941. It was published in Paris in 1941 by Librairie Théâtrale (108 pages) See more
Composed by Maurice Ravel
(1928) See more