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Paul (Character)
from Last Tango in Paris (1972)

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Last Tango in Paris -- Marlon Brando delivers a fascinating performance as a man torn apart by his wife's suicide who attempts to bury his grief in a sudden, purely carnal relationship with an alluring stranger (Maria Schneider).
Last Tango in Paris -- A young Parisian woman begins a sordid affair with a middled-aged American businessman whom lays out ground rules that their clandestine relationship will be based only on sex.
Last Tango in Paris -- Clip: It Begins Again
Last Tango in Paris -- Clip: Not Knowing
Last Tango in Paris -- Clip: No Names

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  1. Last Tango in Paris (1972) Played by Marlon Brando
    ... aka "Ultimo tango a Parigi" - France (original title)

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From Last Tango in Paris (1972)
Paul: It's me again.
Jeanne: It's over.
Paul: That's right. It's over and then it begins again.
Jeanne: What begins again? I don't understand anything anymore.
Paul: There's nothing to understand. We left the apartment, and now we begin and love all the rest of it.
Jeanne: The rest of it?
Paul: Yeah, listen. I'm 45. I'm a widower. I own a little hotel. It's kind of a dump, but not completely a flop house. Then I used to live on my luck and I got married, and my wife killed herself.
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