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Paul Verlaine (Character)
from Total Eclipse (1995)

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Total Eclipse -- The self-destructive relationship between 19th-century teenage French poet Arthur Rimbaud and his older mentor Paul Verlaine.

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  1. L'homme aux semelles de vent (1995) (TV) Played by Franck de la Personne
  2. Total Eclipse (1995) Played by David Thewlis
  3. Arthur Rimbaud - Une biographie (1991) Played by Jean Dautremay

  4. Teljes napfogyatkozás (1989) (TV) Played by Géza Balkay
    ... aka "Total Eclipse" - Europe (English title)

  5. The Flame Is Love (1979) (TV) Played by John Franklyn (as Verlaine)
  6. Total Eclipse (1975) (TV) Played by Hugo Van Den Berghe
    ... aka "Zonsverduistering" - Belgium (original title)
  7. Total Eclipse (1973) (TV) Played by Ian Hogg
  8. Una stagione all'inferno (1971) Played by Jean-Claude Brialy
    ... aka "A Season in Hell" - International (English title) (informal title)

  9. "The Time Tunnel"
        - Invasion (1966) TV episode, Played by Joe E. Tata (as Verlaine)
  10. A Season in Hell (1964) (TV) Played by Alistair Duncan

  11. If Paris Were Told to Us (1956) Played by Antoine Balpêtré (as Verlaine)
    ... aka "Si Paris nous était conté" - France (original title)

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From Total Eclipse (1995)
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Paul Verlaine: Sometimes he speaks in a kind of tender dialect of the death which causes repentence, of the unhappy men who certainly exist, of painful tasks and heartrending departures. In the hovels where we got drunk he wept looking at those who surrounded us, the cattle of poverty...
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