The lives of three couples are shaken up by the news their good friend George Riley has just months to live.
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At 91 years old, veteran French filmmaker Alain Resnais shows no sign of letting up his experimentation, drawing on theater, graphic illustration and cinema in his whimsical comedy "Life of Riley".The film premiered Monday at the Berlin International Film Festival, where it is one of 20 movies competing for the Golden Bear. In this, Resnais' third adaptation of a play by Britain's Alan Ayckbourn, the lives of three couples are shaken up by the news that their good friend George Riley is ill and has just months to live.A doyen of French cinema who found fame in the 1950s with hits "Hiroshima mon amour" and "Night and Fog," Resnais was too ill to make his film's Berlinale permiere but remains true to form on creativity.
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