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iW NEWS | Lelouch's "Roman de Gare" to Open 13th Rendez-Vous in New York

By Indiewire | Indiewire January 31, 2008 at 8:08AM

The U.S. debut of Claude Lelouch's "Roman de Gare" will open the 13th Rendez-Vous with French Cinema series Friday, February 29 in New York. French filmmakers Sandrine Bonnaire, Nicolas Klotz, Noemie Lvovsky and Claude Miller are also attending the screening. The film will be released by Samuel Goldwyn Films in the spring. The film stars Dominique Pinon and Fanny Ardant as bestselling author Judith Ralitzer, who is being interrogated by the police because of some uncomfortable similarities between events in her novels and the actions of 'The Magician,' a serial killer known for luring victims with card tricks and sleight-of-hand. Rendez-Vous with French Cinema spotlights new French films and is presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center and Unifrance, USA. Fifteen films are slated for this year's event taking place February 29 - March 9. [Brian Brooks]
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The U.S. debut of Claude Lelouch's "Roman de Gare" will open the 13th Rendez-Vous with French Cinema series Friday, February 29 in New York. French filmmakers Sandrine Bonnaire, Nicolas Klotz, Noemie Lvovsky and Claude Miller are also attending the screening. The film will be released by Samuel Goldwyn Films in the spring. The film stars Dominique Pinon and Fanny Ardant as bestselling author Judith Ralitzer, who is being interrogated by the police because of some uncomfortable similarities between events in her novels and the actions of 'The Magician,' a serial killer known for luring victims with card tricks and sleight-of-hand. Rendez-Vous with French Cinema spotlights new French films and is presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center and Unifrance, USA. Fifteen films are slated for this year's event taking place February 29 - March 9. [Brian Brooks]





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