Trailer of the Day: As Long As You’re Healthy

As Long As You're Healthy

Co-written by Jean-Claude Carrière, Étaix fashions four playful vignettes that comically dramatize the anxieties of 20th century life. “Life is tough in the modern era: insomniac Étaix whiles away the night with a book on vampires—then his wife wakes up; no seats at a packed cinema, or they’re blocked or immediately reclaimed—and then the adverts begin: a devastating satire on commercials; shrink Étaix has it rougher than his patients; and the bickering between a picnicking couple and a farmer escalates into hilarious gunfire and electrocution.”—Film Forum (77 mins.)


FRANCE, 1966
A comic take on camping that was originally a sequence in AS LONG AS YOU’RE HEALTHY. (12 mins.)

AS LONG AS YOU’RE HEALTHY screens on Saturday, April 13 at 7p.m. and Sunday, April 14 at 5p.m. in our Whitsell Auditorium (located in the Portland Art Museum) as part of our The Films of Pierre Étaix retrospective.

Advanced tickets are available for purchase here.

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