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Arletty, A Guilty Passion - Arnaud Sélignac - France

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French Cinema During Nazi Occupation

Arletty, A Guilty Passion (Arletty, une passion coupable, 2014)
France

Director: Arnaud Sélignac
Cast: Laëtitia Casta, Marie-Josée Croze, Ken Duken, Joséphine Draï
Genre: Drama

Presentation:

Love can conquer all, and so it is proved in this production. Eurochannel presents the story of a forbidden love that will have dire consequences for its protagonists. Come enjoy the thrilling deeds and desires of Arletty, A Guilty Passion.

Arletty, A Guilty Passion is an award-winning French telefilm directed by Arnaud Sélignac, known for his direction of the 1984 French cult film Nemo. In this new movie, the director puts across the romance of Arletty, a famous French actress, with a German officer during the days of Nazi occupation.

Praised by the local press, Arletty, A Guilty Passion delivers a stunning cinematic experience transporting viewers back to the WWII era. French supermodel-turned-actress Laëtitia Casta renders a tribute to the figure of Arletty as she magnificently portrays the torments of a woman blinded by the shinning glitter of passion and love.

Provoking, romantic and historical,  Arletty, A Guilty Passion won the Isabelle Nataf Prize (Press Award) at the famous Luchon Festival, which rewards France’s greatest television endeavors.  

Synopsis:

In occupied Paris, during the filming of Les Enfants du Paradis, the nonconformist actress Arletty (Laëtitia Casta) lives according to her own rules, falling in love with a young German soldier, Hans Jurgen Soehring (Ken Duken).

Awards and Festivals:

Isabelle Nataf Prize (Press Award) – Festival des créations télévisuelles de Luchon 2015

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