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Claude Lelouch: Un Homme et une Femme at the Cinema Museum

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Time 12:30
Date 12/06/22
Price £7
  • Produced by The Cinema Museum
  • Price £7 in advance or on the door.
  • Get ready for the quintessential French romance.
  • Bring along your... 'Daaaa Daaaa Daaaa dadidadida daaa daaa daaa dadidadida.'
  • See you at The Cinema Museum

From one of the most prolific New Wave filmmakers, Un Homme et une Femme may be a simple story, but nevertheless, artistically self-conscious - it'll melt the hearts of the romantically inclined.

Un Homme et une femme (A man and a Woman) (1966) is the quintessential French romance that won its maker, Claude Lelouch, an Oscar and had everyone humming Daaaa Daaaa Daaaa dadidadida daaa daaa daaa dadidadida.

From Rotten Tomatoes: Jean-Louis (Jean-Louis Trintignant) is a widower who has become a single father after his wife's suicide, and Anne (Anouk Aimée) is a widow and single mother still reeling from the accidental death of her husband. When the two cross paths at their children's boarding school, both are wary, but they soon form a friendship that is quickly charged with romance. Yet the pair continue to struggle to overcome their past tragedies as they try to begin a new relationship.


Each film is accompanied by an introductory illustrated talk by Jon Davies, Tutor in French Cinema at Morley College.

Doors open at 13.30, for a 14.30 start.

Refreshments will be available at the licensed cafe/bar.


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