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``Changing Times" is not quite in the league of Téchiné's ``My Favorite Season," ``Alice et Martin," or 1995's masterpiece ``Wild Reeds." But it is very much of a piece with those films, another gorgeous and immensely satisfying reminder that there are few better directors than Téchiné when it comes to capturing the vagaries of the heart.
As with the director's other films, this one's ideas of romance are set against a larger political backdrop, though not in any grand or epic way. Tracing a handful of interconnected lives, ``Changing Times" explores larger global concerns as intimately as possible.
Looking trimmer than he has in years, Depardieu is Antoine, a successful land developer who's overseeing a project in that famously international city Tangier, which, of course, is where Cécile (Deneuve) has been living for some years. She's a host on Arab radio, married to a slightly younger Moroccan doctor, Natan (Gilbert Melki). Their son, Sami (Malik Zidi), has just blown in from Paris with a lady friend named Nadia (Lubna Azabal) and Nadia's little boy, and Cécile is slightly mystified but opens her home to them anyway.
Subtitles: English and Portuguese