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  • D'un film à l'autre (From One Film to Another) is an anthology documentary produced by Les Films 13 that celebrates the work of highly venerated french auteur Claude Lelouch over the course of his half century long career in cinema, from Le Propre de l'homme Man to Ces amours Là. The documentary is a sequence of film clips, interviews and making of, including behind-the-scenes of Lelouch's Academy Award-winning film, Un homme et une femme (A Man and a Woman). The film also serves as a confessional for the filmmaker to discuss his work and his life with complete objectivity. Lelouch speaks about his collaborators, his resounding successes and failures, and the close ties between his private and professional life. Lelouch looks back on his life and career with candor and reverence towards all of the actors, writers, composers, producers and crew who have accompanied him throughout this half century of filmmaking.


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