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April 12, 2024 @ 15:37

Cited at the Cannes Film Festival as the greatest French film of all time, and shot in Nice and Paris during the Nazi occupation.

Set in the Parisian theatrical world of the 1840s, Jacques Prévert’s screenplay depicts four men in love with the mysterious Garance (Arletty). Each loves Garance in his own way, but only the intentions of sensitive mime-actor Deburau (Jean-Louis Barrault) are entirely honourable…

"It's a precious piece of time past -- and time kept" - The Washington Post
Director: Marcel Carné | 1945 | 182 mins | France
Cast: Arletty, Jean-Louis Barrault, Pierre Brasseur
Awards: Nominated for Best Original Screenplay at the 1947 Academy Awards.
Screened with English subtitles
Classification: PG


April 12, 2024
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