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French cine-club : Truffaut The Bride Wore Black

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The Bride wore black

Truffaut’s first film noir was made preciselly when he was publishing his book-lenght interview of Hitchcock. Five men make a young bride (Jeanne Moreau) a widow on her wedding day. She takes her revenge. Although Kill Bill by Quentin Tarantino tells a very similar story, Tarantino has stated that he has never seen the film.

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