dir. François Truffaut, 1971, 132 mins
Ten years after Jules et Jim, Truffaut turned his attention back to the love triangle and another novel by Henri-Pierre Roché. This time the setting is a Welsh coastal resort, and the protagonists a young French writer and two English sisters. One of Truffaut’s most personal and romantic films.
Related / Latest Publication:
|Henri-Pierre Roché, Les Deux Anglaises et le Continent (Gallimard, April 1956)|