When did we get our first taste of “Papillon”?

Movie-goers who are fans of the French satirical news site “La Quadrature du Net” can enjoy the French adaptation of a French movie with a movie score by “Papa” composer Claude-Michel Hazanavicius.

The movie, called “Pavillon”, is based on a true story about a man who accidentally created a papillon in his attic, and he’s trying to convince the papillon’s creator that he made the masterpiece.

The film, which was released on Friday, stars Elisabeth Moss as the papillioness, and Nicolas Cage, John C. Reilly, and Juliette Binoche as the inventor and owner of the papillons.

The French version is a one-hour, 60-minute movie that is intended for a French audience, according to a statement released by “La Quadrature du Post”.

The movie has won several awards, including the Academy Award for Best Picture.