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And Now My Love (1974)

Toute une vie (original title)
PG | | Drama, Romance | 21 March 1975 (USA)
The movie follows the lives of a woman and a man starting from several generations earlier. The story spans a whole century and several continents.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Sarah / Her Mother / Her Grandmother
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Simon
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Sarah's Father / Operator / Sarah's Grandfather
Carla Gravina ...
Sarah's Italian Girlfriend
Charles Gérard ...
Simon's Friend
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Himself
Sam Letrone ...
Restaurant Owner (as Sam Letrône)
Daniel Boulanger ...
The general
André Falcon ...
Lawyer
Nathalie Courval ...
Lawyer's Wife
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David Goldman's mother
Annie Kerani ...
Simon's Woman
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Paul, the unionist
Maria Pia Conte ...
(as Maria-Pia Conte)
Pierre Edeline
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The movie follows the lives of a woman and a man starting from several generations earlier. The story spans a whole century and several continents. Written by Allen Castaban <castaban@bnr.ca>

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Love at first sight...it only took a few lifetimes to happen.

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Drama | Romance

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When Sara and her father visit New York City sometime after the death of Marilyn Monroe on 5 August 1962 but before the assassination of John F. Kennedy on 22 November 1963, they pass several movie theatres clearly showing titles of films released in the late 1960s and early 1970s, including: The Long Duel, Charley-One-Eye, Trouble Man, The Black Belt (_Hei dai chou (1973)_), Gordon's War and The Karate Killer (Guai ke). See more »

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La Varsovienne
Performed by Les Choeurs de l'Armée Soviétique
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One of the best films of all time
30 March 1999 | by See all my reviews

This is a complex, gimmicky, manipulative and insanely romantic film, and it's my all-time favorite movie, bar none. And I prefer the U.S. version, which was truncated somewhat from Lelouche's original, because it punctuates the essence of the film -- that we are all somehow destined to our fate, even going several generations back, but we must cooperate by following our hearts and souls. I've seen this movie more than 20 times and it still fascinates me.


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