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Author Melville, Jean-Pierre
Title Deux Hommes Dans Manhattan Jean-Pierre Melville
Publication Info Arte May 2001


LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 Shoosmith Language Learning Centre  FREV 664  NOT FOR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY

Descript 1hr 24min
Note 1958 French film in black and white, no subtitles. The chief pleasure from this fast, laconic movie is the appearance of Melville himself, playing one of two journalists who go to Manhattan to trace the French UN delegate who has disappeared. The New York scenes were shot on the run. The film is full of life and a love of all things American, indispensable for an overview of Melville. Voice: Melville, J-P / Grasset, P / Darcante, J / et al. Format: videos and DVDs.
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Author Melville, Jean-Pierre
Subject Feature film or programme about cinema/films
Descript 1hr 24min
Note 1958 French film in black and white, no subtitles. The chief pleasure from this fast, laconic movie is the appearance of Melville himself, playing one of two journalists who go to Manhattan to trace the French UN delegate who has disappeared. The New York scenes were shot on the run. The film is full of life and a love of all things American, indispensable for an overview of Melville. Voice: Melville, J-P / Grasset, P / Darcante, J / et al. Format: videos and DVDs.
Author Melville, Jean-Pierre
Subject Feature film or programme about cinema/films
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 Shoosmith Language Learning Centre  FREV 664  NOT FOR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY

Subject Feature film or programme about cinema/films
Descript 1hr 24min
Note 1958 French film in black and white, no subtitles. The chief pleasure from this fast, laconic movie is the appearance of Melville himself, playing one of two journalists who go to Manhattan to trace the French UN delegate who has disappeared. The New York scenes were shot on the run. The film is full of life and a love of all things American, indispensable for an overview of Melville. Voice: Melville, J-P / Grasset, P / Darcante, J / et al. Format: videos and DVDs.

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