Les Demoiselles de Rochefort (1967)

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    Rating: 7.6/10 1,416 votes
    Runtime: 123
    Language: French/English (English softsubs included)
    Country: France
    Color: Color

    Director: Jacques Demy, Agnès Varda
    Catherine Deneuve ... Delphine Garnier
    George Chakiris ... Etienne
    Françoise Dorléac ... Solange Garnier (as Françoise Dorleac)
    Jacques Perrin ... Maxence
    Michel Piccoli ... Simon Dame
    Jacques Riberolles ... Guillaume Lancien
    Grover Dale ... Bill
    Geneviève Thénier ... Josette (as Geneviève Thenier)
    Henri Crémieux ... Subtil Dutrouz (as Henri Cremieux)
    Pamela Hart ... Judith
    Leslie North ... Esther
    Patrick Jeantet ... Boubou Garnier
    Gene Kelly ... Andy Miller
    Danielle Darrieux ... Yvonne Garnier
    René Bazart ... Pépé

    Description: "Delphine and Solange are two sisters living in Rochefort. Delphine is a dancing teacher and Solange composes and teaches the piano. Maxence is a poet and a painter. He is doing his military service. Simon owns a music shop, he left Paris once month ago to come back where he fell in love 10 years ago. They are looking for love, looking for each other, without being aware that their ideal partner is very close... A film whose scenario is much less important than its feeling of euphory, according to the director Jacques Demy." Written by Yepok

    TheVid from Colorado Springs, CO, wrote:

    "...This is definitely a movie for those who enjoy cinematic musical comedy; it's visual appeal is undeniable and each shot is lovingly designed and framed. Deneuve and Dorleac are amazing beauties and presented in their prime, which is reason enough to enjoy the picture. Michel Legrand's score is far more complex melodically and orchestrally than his more famous one for UMBRELLAS; it's a joy to listen to. About the best compliment I can pay THE YOUNG GIRLS OF ROCHEFORT is to say that it brilliantly precedes and shines with more talent and energy than the recently released MOULIN ROUGE (a film that surprisingly has a lot in common with it). Demy doesn't need any CGI, MTV-editing or pop songs to get it's simple, lovely message across! It's very nice indeed to have a restored version on DVD of Jacques Demy's LES DESMOISELLES DE ROCHEFORT!"

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    2 CD (694+693)

    CD 1
    CD 2
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    En subs in the file.

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