I called the film company a couple of times to try to get confirmation from them that part of the "Julie Lescaut" episode entitled "Freres d'Armes" was filmed in the lounge and front yard of my grandmother's former home in Clamart, near Paris.
That house was designed and built for her and for her military officer husband, André Nimier (a dashing young cavalry officer she met in 1911 on the beach at Les Rosaires, on France's Cotes d'Armor), by André's uncle, Paul Nimier, a Paris architect of some repute in the early part of last century.
For some reason that escapes me, the film company seems to think I am trying to "accuse them" of filming in the Clamart house without my (or my family's) consent ?!?! This is utterly preposterous. That house, located on Avenue Marguerite Ranaudin, was sold by my family in the early seventies and I have no interest in it other than a sentimental one.
All I am trying to do is to get some kind of official or unofficial confirmation from anyone connected with the film company that I am correct in assuming that the house belonging to "madame le Juge Boissard" in that episode of "Julie Lescaut" is indeed located on Avenue Marguerite Renaudin, in Clamart.
Can anyone help me?
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