The continuation of Friends (1971). The story begins three years after Paul Harrison is forced to leave Michelle Latour and their baby, Sylvie, alone in the Camargue after the police finally locate his workplace. As a minor, the boy must be returned to his father and step-mother who live in Paris. Paul is sent to England to go to school. Upon completion of his graduation from prep school with honors ("all the prizes"), Paul begins to search for Michelle, learning from her cousin that Michelle had to take refuge in a nunnery. Paul visits with one of the nuns there, Sister Mercier, and quickly finds out that Michelle was placed in a Pâtisserie owned by Monsieur Bellancourt in Nice where Paul subsequently discovers she lived and worked for about six months... then one day, Michelle suddenly walked out. Advised by a fellow employee who has seen Michelle in the market place the week before, Paul learns that Michelle is still in Nice. After a series of near-misses, Paul eventually finds ... Written by
Their love story was so unique it inspired two motion pictures, "Friends" in 1971. And now "Paul and Michelle."
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[after a series of near-misses while searching for Michelle throughout Nice, Paul spots her across the busy boulevard. They joyfully hug, swinging each other around and around in the middle of the crosswalk, causing a traffic jam consisting of two blocks of honking motorists. Afterwards, Paul is reunited with Sylvie, his daughter, at pre-school
Why don't we have some lunch?
Umm, Sylvie and I have to go home.
Home? Does home mean you're Mrs. Somebody-or-other?
No, nothing like that. But I do ...
Paul And Michelle
Music by Michel Colombier
Lyrics by Don Black
Sung by Russell Stone See more