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Children of Paradise: Love on the Boulevard du Crimes

The kind of classic you’ll encounter when you study film (like I did twenty years ago), but it was certainly worth a fresh look. Children of Paradise remains one of French cinema’s major achievements, not least because of the circumstances under which it was made. Begun in 1943, the filmmakers had to work with conditions … Continue reading Children of Paradise: Love on the Boulevard du Crimes