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Mississippi Mermaid (1970) -- (Movie Clip) If We Made The Same Wish Still in early days together, tobacco grower Louis (Jean-Paul Belmondo) getting to know mail-order bride Julie (Catherine Deneuve), before she sneaks off, observed by his banker (played by producer Marcel Berbert), the first clear weirdness, in Francois Truffaut's Mississippi Mermaid, 1970.
Mississippi Mermaid (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Long Live France! Typically unorthodox and immediate opening by director Francois Truffaut, ending with a dedication to Jean Renoir, including clips from the latter's La Marseillaise, 1938, in Mississippi Mermaid, 1970, starring Jean-Paul Belmondo and Catherine Deneuve, from a novel by Cornell Woolrich.
Mississippi Mermaid (1970) -- (Movie Clip) You May Kiss The Bride After their tentative and somewhat spooky meeting, Reunion Island tobacco plantation owner Louis (Jean-Paul Belmondo) marries mail-order bride Julie (Catherine Deneuve), shot on location by director Francois Truffaut in Mississippi Mermaid, 1970.
Mississippi Mermaid (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Are You Disappointed? Meeting a steamer called the "Mississippi," on location at Reunion Island, Jean-Paul Belmondo as "Louis" attempts an answer, when his mail-order bride, who turns out to be Catherine Deneuve as "Julie," asks whether he's disappointed, early in Francois Truffaut's Mississippi Mermaid, 1970.
Stolen Kisses (1968) -- (Movie Clip) We're Not The FBI Antoine (Jean-Pierre Leaud), new hire at the detective agency, waits while the boss (Andre Falcon) handles a client (Simono), then sets out with mentor Henri (Harry-Max), and fails to visit his girlfriend, in Francois Truffaut's Stolen Kisses, 1968.
Stolen Kisses (1968) -- (Movie Clip) His Night Clerk Died Antoine (Jean-Pierre Leaud), just booted from the army, visits his sometime girlfriend's parents (Daniel Ceccaldi, Claire Duhamel), who are happy to suggest a job opportunity, early in Francois Truffaut's sequel to The 400 Blows, Stolen Kisses, 1968.
Stolen Kisses (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Proof Of Adultery Antoine (Jean-Pierre Leaud), just fired as a hotel clerk, bumps into Monsieur Henri (Harry-Max), who caused his dismissal, and who inspires him to amateur detective work, in Francois Truffaut's Stolen Kisses 1968.
Stolen Kisses (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Clutter Up The Army From Francois Truffaut's second feature, after The 400 Blows, starring Jean-Pierre Leaud as "Antoine Doinel," the tail end of the credits, the hero in the army, then out, Francois Darbon the presiding officer, in Stolen Kisses, 1968.
Stolen Kisses (1968) -- (Movie Clip) Severance Pay Having just begun his job as a hotel night clerk, Antoine (Jean-Pierre Leaud) gets an unexpected visit from Monsieur Henri (Harry-Max) and his client (Jacques Rispal), the first R-rated scene from Francois Truffaut's Stolen Kisses, 1968.