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105' / 2013 / France
The director of The Sorrow and the Pity, shares his memories with us, stories incredibly rich and fascinating, making of AIN’T MISBEHAVIN a cheerful and bittersweet trip in Cinema history. Son of the great Max Ophuls, Marcel can be a generous man and an admirer. Marcel talks with and about personalities like Jeanne Moreau, Bertold Brecht, Ernst Lubitsch, Otto Preminger, Woody Allen, Stanley Kubrick and, of course, his friend François Truffaut.
A filmmaker without memory doesn't exist, here is Marcel Ophuls's “memorabilia store”.
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Director Marcel Ophüls
País / Country EEUU, Francia / USA, France
Año de producción / Year of Production 1988
Duración / Running Time 267 min
Idioma original / Language Inglés, Español, Francês, Alemán / English, Spanish, French, German
Cannes 2013 - Directors’ fortnight / Toronto 2013
Born in November 1st, 1927 in Francfort, but with an American nationality, Marcel Ophüls is the son of the famous director Max Ophüls and the actress Hilde Wall. He followed his family into exile first in France in 1933 and immigrated to the United States in 1941 after the defeat of the French army. Returning to Paris in 1950, he studied philosophy and left to become the assistant of Julien Duvivier, Anatole Litvak, and his father on film Lola Montes in 1955. After working for some time on German television, he signed two short films, and then the French sketch collective film The Love at Twenty (1962). His filmography contains masterpieces like The Sorrow and The Pity (1969) or Hotel Terminus (1989 -Winner of the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature).
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