French Film Festival 2011

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Justin De Marseille (Year: 1935; Director: Maurice Tourneur; Writer: Carlo Rim; Stars: Antonin Berval, Pierre Larquey, Alexandre Rignault, Ghislaine Bru, Line Noro, Paul Ollivier, Raymond Aimos, Armand Larcher, Paul Amiot, Duluard, Marcel Raine, Paul Grail, Milly Mathis, Marthe Mellot, Renée Dennsy)
Gangster flick sees a man get into a deadly feud with his unscrupulous rival.
Love Eternal (L'éternel retour) (Year: 1943; Director: Jean Delannoy; Writer: Jean Cocteau; Stars: Madeleine Sologne, Jean Marais, Jean Murat, Junie Astor, Roland Toutain, Jane Marken, Jean d'Yd, Piéral, Alexandre Rignault, Yvonne de Bray, Robert Sidonac, Sandra Venturini)
An intensely moving film about love, jealousy and malice, captivating in its lyrical charm, yet haunting in its assessment of the worst in human nature.
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