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In 1973, Alain Resnais turns Stavisky, co-produced and performed by Jean-Paul Belmondo with Anny Duperey and Charles Boyer. The action takes place in 1933. In this reconstruction of what was the biggest political and financial scandal of the interwar period, the protagonists go to Megève, Biarritz ... and Deauville. In one of the scenes, Arlette (Anny Duperey), mistress of Stavisky walks while walking along the beach of Deauville in company of Baron Raoul (Charles Boyer) his old confidant. The Rolls driven by its driver, follows them from a distance by rolling at a pace. Jorge Semprun signed the adaptation and the dialogues of what was one of the four films selected to represent France at the Cannes Film Festival 1974.