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Jules et Jim (1962, dir. Francois Truffaut)

Two decades (pre- and post-WWI)in the lives of two men and the woman they both love. Peerless example of the French New Wave; its impact dulled by time perhaps inevitably, but nevertheless a fascinating movie crammed with daring thematic and technical ideas.

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Movie Review: JULES AND JIM, 1962, Directed by Francois Truffaut

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Directed by François Truffaut
Starring: Jeanne Moreau, Oskar Werner, Henri Serre, Vanna Urbino, Boris Bassiak, Anny Nelsen, Sabine Haudepin, Marie Dubois… 529 more words

No Escape

Boileau-Narcejac! Jeanne Moreau! Need I say more? I’m going to. The Forgotten returns to The Notebook at MUBI with a fascinatingly grim twist-thriller set during wartime and casting a rather jaundiced eye over the French home front. Here.


Diary of a Chambermaid (1964)

Luis Bunuel made a name for himself ever since his early work on Un Chien Andalou (1929) as king of the surrealist filmmakers. That and bashing the bourgeoisie. 1,006 more words


Brigitte Bardot et Jeanne Moreau

Brigitte Bardot (born 1934) and Jeanne Moreau (1928 – 2017): Louis Malle’s Viva Maria! (1965), a comedy–western about two women revolutioaries in Mexico named Maria, also starring George Hamilton.

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Feather Dusting: "Le Journal d'une femme de chambre" (1964)

        “Le Journal d’une femme de chambre”  (1964)

    Considering the rich mining afforded by Octave Mirbeau’s 1900 novel “Le Journal d’une femme de chamber”, a work encompassing pointedly satiric critical observations on class, sexuality and religion, a cinematic realization by surrealist and moral provocateur… 291 more words