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Adélaïde (film)

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Adélaïde
Directed byJean-Daniel Simon
Written byJean-Daniel Simon
StarringIngrid Thulin
Jean Sorel
CinematographyPatrice Pouget
Music byPierre Vassiliu
Release date
1968
Running time
90 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench

Adélaïde is a 1968 French drama film directed by Jean-Daniel Simon and starring Ingrid Thulin, Jean Sorel and Sylvie Fennec. [1] In English it is sometimes known as The Depraved.[2] It was based on a novella by Joseph-Arthur de Gobineau and produced by Pierre Kalfon.

Plot

A young woman, named Adélaïde lives in France, and she is pursued by many suitors, but she turns them all down because her one true love has gone away to war, and she has not heard of him for months, though she does not give up hope and lies in wait of his return. In the end he dies in the war, killed by a German soldier, but she knows in her heart he is still with her.

Cast

References

  1. ^ "ADELAIDE". unifrance.org. Retrieved 2014-03-18.
  2. ^ BFI.org

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