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By Roger Ebert

Like a full-bodied Bordeaux wine, Roger Ebert's book unique 25 nice French movies will gift you with a wealthy number of full-length studies of cinematic reviews. From such classics as Belle de Jour, Day for evening, and The four hundred Blows to the sweeping drama (and appealing scenery!) of Jean de Florette and its sequel Manon of the Spring, this ebook presents an ideal primer for these new to French motion pictures and a welcome refresher direction for actual Francophiles. And, as an additional charm, many of the experiences are observed with a clip of the movies' trailers, together with gem stones like Mr. Hulot's vacation and Jules and Jim.

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Roger Ebert is the Pulitzer Prize-winning movie critic from the Chicago Sun-Times. His reports are syndicated to greater than 2 hundred newspapers within the usa and Canada. the yankee movie Institute and the varsity of the paintings Institute of Chicago have provided him honorary levels, and the web movie Critics Society named his website,, the simplest on-line movie-review web site.

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