Les Deux Anglaises et le Continent

dir. François Truffaut, 1971, 132 mins

Ten years after Jules et Jim, Truffaut turned his attention back to the love triangle and another novel by Henri-Pierre Roché. This time the setting is a Welsh coastal resort, and the protagonists a young French writer and two English sisters. One of Truffaut’s most personal and romantic films.

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Henri-Pierre Roché, Les Deux Anglaises et le Continent (Gallimard, April 1956)
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