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The Other French New Wave, Volume 1
  • UPC: 814456024813
  • Item #: 2479007X
  • Rated: NR
  • Genre: Comedy Video
  • Release Date: 4/26/2022
  • Subtitles: ENG
  • Original Language: FRE
  • Run Time: 214 minutes
  • Distributor/Studio: Canadian Int'l Pics
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The Other French New Wave, Volume 1 on Blu-ray

Three-disc set includes: The Cat In The Sack (Le Chat Dans Le Sac) (1964)Dissatisfied young journalist Claude (Claude Godbout) was weary of everything, from a modern society he couldn't change nor accept to the shallowness of his career-fixated actress girlfriend Barbara (Barbara Ulrich). Abandoning their Montreal apartment for a cabin in Quebec's wilderness, the distance might not bring him the answers he seeks. Groundbreaking opus from Gilles Groulx, featuring a score from John Coltrane, also stars Véronique Vilbert, Jean-Paul Bernier. 74 min. In French with English subtitles. BW/Rtg: NR The Merry World Of Leopold Z (La Vie Heureuse de Léopold Z) (1965)It was a snowy Christmas Eve in Montreal, and rather than concentrating on the streets, put-upon plow driver Léopold Z. Tremblay (Guy L'Ecuyer) was looking to score a loan for his last-minute shopping, overspending on his wife, trying to reconnect with an old girlfriend-and still get to midnight Mass on time. Amiable debut feature from Gilles Carle-converted from a National Film Board-commissioned documentary-also stars Paul Hébert, Monique Joly, Suzanne Valéry. 68 min. In French with English subtitles. BW/Rtg: NR YUL 871 (Montreal Flight 871) (1966)Having arrived in Montreal from Paris on a weekend's business trip, a Jewish-Romanian engineer (Charles Denner) finds the city providing no shortage of distractions, from a passionate fling to obtaining insights into his parents' disappearance in the tumult of World War II. Evocative effort from Jacques Godbout also stars Andrée Lachapelle, Paul Buissonneau, Jean Duceppe, Jacques Desrosiers. 71 min. In French with English subtitles. BW/Rtg: NR Widescreen; Soundtracks: French, English; Subtitles: English (SDH); bonus shorts "Very Nice, Very Nice" (1961), "The Rink" (1962), "Christmas Cracker" (1963), "23 Skidoo" (1964), "The Big Swim" (1964), "Percé On The Rocks" (1964); theatrical trailers; more. In French with English subtitles.