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"A man and a woman", the film by Claude Lelouch shot in Deauville in 1965, won in 1966 the Palme d'Or in Cannes and two Oscars in Hollywood! Exceptional in the history of French cinema. Claude Lelouch granted us an interview in which he tells the genesis of the story of his film.

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To read also: A special issue from Ouest-France takes us, 50 years after its release, behind the scenes of the making of a cult film, a trip to Normandy, to Deauville, and in the 60s, a period of which "A man and a woman" is one of the markers.
In a great exclusive interview, Claude Lelouch tells how this film was born, in a difficult context for him. A film that changed his life and which became the cornerstone of his work. Ouest France has also returned to meet Anouk Aimée, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Antoine Sire, Souad Amidou, Pierre Barouh (his famous "Da ba da ba da" is still on our minds ...). The newspaper also revisited the filming locations. Look at how Deauville, this seaside resort with incomparable charm, has transformed in 50 years, without losing anything of its soul. And this collector's issue would not be complete without a beautiful subject on the Ford Mustang, another star of the film.
A special edition full of nostalgia, to be read for pleasure, when "A man and a woman" is offering a new theatrical tour in a remastered version.

Practical: 68 pages, € 5,90 from May 11 at newsagents and on the online store

Claude Lelouch and Deauville

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