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Completed - FRENCH, ENGLISH - Documentary - 106 minutes

Log Line

Marcel Ophuls, the great director of THE SORROW AND THE PITY, deliver us his memories making his own cinematic testament, so that nobody will do it in its place.

Previous markets

  • Cannes 2013 (Premiere)
  • Toronto 2013 (Screening)
  • Cannes 2014 (Line up)
Full history

Year of production : 2013

Director(s) : Marcel OPHULS
Producer(s) : Frank ESKENAZI

Synopsis

Eighteen years after his last film (The Troubles We've Seen: A History of Journalism in Wartime), Marcel Ophuls comes back as one of the last cinema master and more especially, the most caustic and the funniest.
The director of The Sorrow and the Pity, shares his memories with us, stories incredibly rich and fascinating, making of AIN’T MISBEHAVIN a cheerful and bittersweet trip in Cinema history.
Son of the great Max Ophuls, Marcel can be a generous man and an admirer. Marcel talks with and about personalities like Jeanne Moreau, Bertold Brecht, Ernst Lubitsch, Otto Preminger, Woody Allen, Stanlely Kubrick and, of course, his friend François Truffaut.
A filmmaker without memory doesn't exist, here is Marcel Ophuls's “memorabilia store”.

Production

Country(ies) : FRANCE

Festivals and Awards

Doc Corner 2013
Doc Corner 2014
Cannes 2013 Directors Fortnight
Toronto - TIFF 2013 TIFF Docs


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