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À contre soleil (1970)

Lorène, an ordinary woman, and Vincent, an ethnographer and works foreman at the Musée de l'Homme in Paris, have a common point: they are after true love. "A contre soleil" chronicles what ... See full summary »

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Bernard Fresson ...
Vincent
Karen Blanguernon ...
Lorène
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Michel
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Denise
Noëlle Leiris
Reni Goliard ...
Le jeune mari (as René Goliart)
Thérèse Thoreaux ...
La jeune femme (as Thérèse Thoreux)
Robert Rondo ...
Levine
Christine Reynolds ...
Isabelle
Elisabeth Darius ...
Edith
Robert Smith ...
Jo (as Bob Smith)
Zladanka ...
Martine
Serge Spira ...
Paul
Christine Locquin ...
Une amie de Lorène
Florence Thulier ...
Une amie de Lorène (as Florence Thuillier)
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Lorène, an ordinary woman, and Vincent, an ethnographer and works foreman at the Musée de l'Homme in Paris, have a common point: they are after true love. "A contre soleil" chronicles what they hope will be a great love from the sunny day they meet at the seaside to the one they part a few weeks later, leaving them disappointed by what has in fact proved just another affair. Written by Guy Bellinger

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