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AIN’T MISBEHAVIN (UN VOYAGEUR)

by Marcel Ophüls

synopsis

18 years after his last film, (The Troubles We've Seen), Marcel Ophuls emerges from retirement as one of our last masters, the most corrosive, the funniest as well. And the most forceful. The director of The Sorrow and the Pity shares with us stories of his exceptionally rich life in this light-hearted yet bitter escapade though the century and the movies. Son of the great Max Ophuls, he is generous in his admiration. We also meet Jeanne Moreau, Bertolt Brecht, Ernst Lubitsch, Otto Preminger, Woody Allen, Stanley Kubrick and of course François Truffaut. There are no great filmmakers without a memory, so here is the memory shop of Marcel Ophuls.

original title: Ain’t Misbehavin (Un Voyageur)
country: France
sales agent: Reservoir Docs
year: 2013
genre: documentary
directed by: Marcel Ophüls
film run: 106'
screenplay: Marcel Ophüls
cinematography by: Pierre Boffety, Vincent Jaglin
film editing: Sophie Brunet
producer: Frank Eskenazi
production: The Factory
backing: Arte, Inthemood, Ina, Radio Télévision Suisse
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