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What better way to start the new year than with an overlooked classic that is both old and new: directed in 1971 by France's greatly admired Claude Sautet, "Max and the Junkmen" has not been released in the United States until now. Sautet, who died in...
Tags: Entertainment, Criminals, Movies, Daniel Auteuil, Bank Robbery
Eva Marie Saint remembers 'On the Waterfront,' Alfred Hitchcock and Yves Montand as part of Summer Under the StarsFrom Inside the Box"I found [director Alfred Hitchcock] to be such a dear man. He had an offbeat sense of humor that wasn't obvious, and I do believe he loved actors," recalls "North by Northwest" star Eva Marie Saint....
24 FramesCity of Lights, City of Angels: A musical-biography of the singer-songwriter Claude François, the third highest-grossing film in the history of French cinema and tributes to Julie Delpy and Yves Montand are among the highlights of the 16th City of Lights,...
Culture MonsterThe Oscar Wilde tomb at the Pčre Lachaise cemetery in Paris has traditionally been covered in lip marks left by adoring fans of the famous playwright and wit. Starting this week, visitors will no longer be allowed to kiss the tomb thanks to a...
The Daily MirrorNov. 14, 1960: The Mirror begins publishing Maurice Zolotowâ€™s biography of Marilyn Monroe (and yes, Clark Gable, her co-star in â€śThe Misfitsâ€ť dies in a few days). On the jump, Simone Signoret says that if Monroe is in love with......
The Daily MirrorMarilyn Monroe: â€śThe breakup that was to make Arthur Miller another ex-Mr. Marilyn Monroe, like Jim Dougherty and Joe DiMaggio, had been presaged by the declining status of the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright in the Monroe menage as well as in the...
Alain Corneau Acclaimed French filmmaker Alain Corneau, 67, the French filmmaker who leapt to international notice with the 1991 hit "Tous les Matins du Monde," died Monday after suffering from cancer, Artmedia talent agency said in Paris. Throughout a...
Tags: Entertainment, Sports, Movies, Gerard Depardieu, Cinema Industry
The Daily MirrorNov. 10, 1959: June Crosby stabs her husband, Bob, with a 10-inch letter opener during a fight. She tells Beverly Hills police that she grabbed the letter opener to fight him off after he pushed her down during a violent argument. Her husband says she...
Talking PicturesA directorâ€™s work, if the director is lucky, has a way of bubbling up in the popular culture decades after a filmâ€™s initial release. This week in Chicago we are experiencing, happily, a Jules Dassin bubble, containing two different and......
Special to The TimesFOR MUCH of her life, Catherine Deneuve, who turns 65 this year, has been a leading lady of European art cinema, not to mention an avatar of European beauty and glamour. In her native France, she is literally an iconic figure, having served as the face of...
TIMES FILM CRITIC"The Wide Blue Road," the debut feature of the great Italian director Gillo Pontecorvo, is more than 40 years old, but its heart is the heart of a young lion named Yves Montand. The French star was just 36 when he made "Road" in 1957, only four years...
Times Staff WriterA dazzling epic of love, guns, gangsters and cigarettes, Jean-Pierre Melville's "Le Cercle Rouge" (The Red Circle) is about three men on the run and one man on the hunt. Originally released in 1970, it was one of only 13 features directed by the French...
Tags: Organized Crime, Entertainment, Alain Delon, Movies, England
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