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Max par Marcel (2009)

Marcel Ophüls relates anecdotes about his father, Max Ophüls. This four-part documentary also contain rare interviews of several actors who worked with the famous director, as well as clips from the main movies discussed.

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Marcel Ophüls
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Martine Carol ... Herself (archive footage)
Danielle Darrieux ... Herself (archive footage)
Daniel Gélin ... Himself (archive footage)
Marcel Ophüls ... Himself
Peter Ustinov ... Himself (archive footage)
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Marcel Ophüls relates anecdotes about his father, Max Ophüls. This four-part documentary also contain rare interviews of several actors who worked with the famous director, as well as clips from the main movies discussed.

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Country:

France

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French

Release Date:

27 October 2009 (France) See more »

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Max by Marcel See more »

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Gaumont DVD See more »
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Stereo

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Color
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a must see for Ophüls aficionados
7 January 2018 | by happytrigger-64-390517See all my reviews

French Cinémathèque in Paris is quite generous in retrospectives nowadays : Max Ophüls, Sam Fuller and Tod Browning. My favorite directors. Marcel Ophüls shot that intelligent documentary about his father in the end of his carrer, when he assisted him for his last masterpieces. Lot of rich informations and interviews (Daniele Darrieux, Daniel Gélin, Martine Carol, Peter Ustinov) and Marcel Ophüls is an excellent narrator who tells us why Max Ophüls loved so much shooting his famous camera movements, so great to listen to this. Now, how can we find this exceptional documentary? A few days after seeing "Max par Marcel", I saw "A Fuller Life", the documentary shot by Samantha Fuller on her father Sam (it could have been titled "Sam by Sam"). I'll have to find some more documentaries on directors shot by their chidren.


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