Don’t Play The Fool

In 1969, The April Fools, a little-known film starring Jack Lemmon and Catherine Deneuve, was released. It was a simple, light movie about two people, unhappy in their own marriages, who find joy in each other and decide to run away to Paris and start life over. They were considered fools because they had decided to do something completely irrational and totally self-serving. They had always been stalwart in their devotion to their mates–reliable, prone to serve, and faithful–and now, …


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