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    • Year Released: 1960
    Fortunat (English: Fortunate) is a 1960 Franco-Italian co-production motion picture comedy directed and written by Alex Joffé, based on novel by Michel Breitman. The film stars Bourvil and Michèle Morgan. It tells the story of a lazy man who helps sociable lady and her children from the Nazis. At the time of the occupation of France, the destiny joins together the poacher Fortunat, honest guy somewhat related to drink and Juliette, elegant woman accompanied by her two children: Pierre and Maurice. Miss Massillon, a helpful teacher, tries to help Juliette who is sought by the Nazis since her husband, a chief of resistance, was stopped. Juliette and her children must gain the free zone to take refuge in Toulouse. For that it is necessary for them to cross the line of demarcation. It is Fortunat which is charged to lead in sure place the two children and their mother. Close links will link Fortunat and Juliette. A scene of film implies clearly that they have a sexual relationship at least once. But the release occurs and Juliette finds her husband. Fortunat sets out again then towards its destiny of solitary man.
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    • Year Released: 1956
    Gervaise is a 1956 French film directed by René Clément based on the novel L'Assommoir by Émile Zola. It depicts a woman in the nineteenth century trying to cope with the pressure of dealing with her alcoholic husband. The film was nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 29th Academy Awards.
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    • Year Released: 1961
    Lola, is a 1961 film, the debut film directed by Jacques Demy as a tribute to director Max Ophüls and is described by Demy as a "musical without music". Anouk Aimée starred in the title role. The film was restored and re-released by Demy's widow, French filmmaker Agnès Varda. The names of the film and title character were inspired by Josef von Sternberg's 1930 film Der blaue Engel, in which Marlene Dietrich played a burlesque performer named "Lola Lola." Lola takes place in the Atlantic coastal city of Nantes, France. A young man, Roland Cassard (Marc Michel, who later reprises the role of Roland in the later Demy film, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg) is letting his life waste away until he has a chance encounter with Lola (Aimée), a woman he used to know as a teenager before World War II and who is now a cabaret dancer. Though Roland is quite smitten with her, Lola is preoccupied with her former lover, Michel, who abandoned her and her seven-year-old son years before. Also vying for Lola's heart is an American sailor, Frankie (Alan Scott), whose affection Lola does not return. Struggling for work, Roland gets involved in a diamond-smuggling plot with the local barber. Cécile (Annie
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