Woody meets Voltaire…

September 16, 2011

Arno Klarsfeld critique vivement son prédécesseur à l’OFII

Arno Klarsfeld a estimé que Dominique Paillé était “un peu le  Zelig de la politique française, tantôt à gauche, tantôt à droite, tantôt au centre”, par allusion au personnage de Voltaire.

About the news in your French online edition, is it possible to tell to the writers that “Zelig” wasn’t written by Voltaire at all? It’s a Woody Allen movie!

Nicolas W.

Indeed. I suspected this was another spell-check tragedy, but it turned out to be an old-fashioned human error. We corrected it to “Zadig.” GBU Editor

U.S. director Woody Allen looks on during the shooting of his next movie “The Bop Decameron” in downtown Rome July 25, 2011. REUTERS/Remo Casilli

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