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Un homme et une femme
Dir.: Claude Lelouch | 102 minutes

Un homme et une femme

France 1966 | 102 minutes | French | Hebrew subtitles

Jean-Louis Trintignant and Anouk Aimée portray a young widow and widower who meet at their children's boarding school. He is a race car driver and she is a script girl. They fall in love, but memories of the past wreck their relationship. Claude Lelouch was only 28 years old when he created this touching melodrama, awarded the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival in 1966 two Oscars – Best Foreign Language Film and Best Screenplay. Lelouch, doubling as the film's cinematographer, creates a unique and effective atmosphere that employs Nouvelle Vague elements, two phenomenal actors and a beautiful soundtrack by Francis Lai.