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by Eric Rohmer


Pierre Wesselrin is a 40-year-old American who lives in Paris by sponging off his working friends and various wealthy acquaintances. He receives a telegram saying that a rich aunt has died, so he throws a party, using borrowed money of course, and invites all his friends. After discovering that his aunt disinherited him, his luggage is impounded and he is thrown out of his apartment. All his friends are now away for the summer, or are working outside Paris, so he is forced to wander the streets and become a clochard.

international title: Sign of the Lion
original title: Le signe du lion
country: France
year: 1962
genre: fiction
directed by: Eric Rohmer
film run: 103'
screenplay: Paul Gégauff, Eric Rohmer
cast: Jess Hahn, Michèle Girardon, Van Doude
cinematography by: Nicolas Hayer
film editing: Anne-Marie Cotret, Marie-Josèphe Yoyotte
producer: Claude Chabrol
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