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Last night heard an eruptive applause at the Princess of Wales Theatre following the North American premiere of Jean-Marc Vallée’s powerful love drama “Café de Flore”. The film was flawless in every way: basking in a diverse soundtrack featuring Pink Floyd and Doctor Rockit, with unique and startling editing techniques, and a script filled with laughs, love, and life. The producers, principal cast including Vanessa Paradis, and writer/director/editor Vallée were in attendance at the screening. The Q&A sparked questions about political correctness, the place of music in the film, and the depth of the three female leads written by Vallée: “He has a very deep love and understanding of woman,” said Paradis.