The Harvard Crimson - Feb 12, 2015
Fortunately, much of the movie needs no supplementary conversation. The pantomime of Jean-Louis Barrault is eloquent; the bluster, cunning, and charm of...
Time Out - Oct 23, 2020
We meet Jean-Louis in church, on Christmas Eve, where he spies a young blonde, Françoise (Marie-Christine Barrault), who he determines to marry. He follows...
Chicago Reader - Jul 19, 2017
Set in the 1840s and filmed during the occupation in Paris, Marcel Carne's 1945 masterpiece about the undying love of Garance (Arletty) and the mime...
Time Out - Mar 18, 2019
Described by one of his co-workers as having a face 'like Jean-Louis Barrault with diarrhoea', Japan's Toru Takemitsu commands a unique position...
National Review - Aug 01, 2020
Better that he had studied Jean-Louis Barrault’s mime Baptiste from Marcel Carné’s WWII survivalist masterpiece Les Enfants du Paradis.
Deadline.com - Feb 09, 2021
In 1968 he created The Notes and continued his work as a playwright, working with Jean-Louis Barrault and Isabella Rossellini. His novels include The Force...
Moviefone - Jul 05, 2020
A police inspector patiently and tirelessly stays on Barrault's trail, without putting him under arrest, though convinced he is the murderer, and waiting...
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