Cecile, decadent young girl who lives with her rich playboy father Raymond. When Anne, Raymond's old love interest, comes to Raymond's villa, Cecile is afraid for her way of life. Written by
Dragan Antulov <email@example.com>
April 1958 (USA)
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(Western Electric Recording)
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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always liked this film, although he felt the American critics did not do it justice. The film was a qualified success in France, yet American critics felt the film wasn't French enough, a detail that amused Preminger. See more
We hear the Band at c.6'50" and we see a clarinet-player performing, but the music has no clarinet part whatsoever included at that point in the soundtrack. Later, when the clarinet does eventually join the soundtrack, the fingering of the player bears absolutely no relation to the music actually being heard. See more
Albertine! I mean Léontine! Slight maid problem. Some weird sisters rotate working for us.
Every week one or the other is suddenly stricken with some odd malady. Maybe it's us.
Léontine has a bad liver. I am her sister, Claudine.
Referenced in The League of Gentlemen
Music and Lyrics by Georges Auric
Sung by Juliette Gréco See more