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Watch: Musical Clip From Cannes Closer Christoph Honoré's ‘Les Bien-aimés’

The Playlist By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist May 3, 2011 at 5:05AM

Just over a week to go now until the Cannes Film Festival kicks off and the sneak peeks continue to roll in.
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Just over a week to go now until the Cannes Film Festival kicks off and the sneak peeks continue to roll in.

A clip from the recently announced closing film "Les Bien-aimés" ("The Beloved") has hit and it's a bit of a surprise. Running just under three minutes, it features real-life mother-and-daughter Catherine Deneuve and Chiara Mastroianni at a train station singing "Une fille légère." It's cute and kind of sad in the way that's so very French but also kind of endearing as well. The film features a pretty solid cast that also includes Ludivine Sagnier, Milos Forman, Louis Garrel, Michel Delpech and Paul Schneider, with the film taking place over four time periods: 1960s Prague, 1980s London, 9/11 and contemporary Paris.

The Cannes Film Festival kicks off on May 11th -- check out the clip below. [Collider]


This article is related to: Foreign Films, Les Bien-aimés


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