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Cet Amour-là is an intimate portrait of a legendary love affair. Set against the beauty of the Breton seaside, it is also a film that revels in the insights that Marguerite Duras' writing affords.Written by
I saw this movie in 2003 in my adopted hometown of new york city , what a wonderful movie is ,i love the music , the acting special of the wonderful Jeanne Moreau , she is an icon of acting ,, beauty , and much more is no other actress in this world that can play this part as perfect as Jeanne Moreau did , she knew Margarita Duras ,she was a friend and for her it was a very special part , i love the movie from the beginning to the end is a most for everyone , Moreau has done many wonderful movies but this one touch me in this movie she is older and not as erotic or sensual as she was but still have it, Marguerite is played exquisitely by Jeanne Moreau
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