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Le Feu Follet
France | 1963 | Louis Malle
Perhaps the greatest of Louis Malle’s early films focuses on an alcoholic writer (Maurice Ronet) who leaves a clinic determined to kill himself. He spends 24 hours visiting friends in the hope that they might give him a reason to live. With Jeanne Moreau and Alexandra Stewart; music by Erik Satie
Subtitles. 35mm. 108 min. 50th Anniversary!
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