In 'Un + Une,' Claude Lelouch Sticks to His Commitment to Kitsch
It's hard not to feel a certain affection for a filmmaker who has been stubbornly pursuing his cinematic vision for over 50 years, trying to fulfill some private fantasy of what a heartwarming popular picture can be.
In 1966, French director Claude Lelouch burst onto the international scene with “A Man and a Woman,” which won the Palme d’Or and two Oscars (for Best Screenplay and Best Foreign Language Film), and still...
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