Everyone has a
favourite. You can say you don't, but I think you're fooling
My favourite French film director is Patrice
Leconte. He made me "Monsieur Hire" and "The
Hairdresser's Husband," and for those alone I would make
dinner for him. And I don't do that for just anyone.
Here's what you get with "La Fille Sur Le
- Daniel Auteuil as a knife
thrower, looking for a new partner. He smoulders quite
- Vanessa Paradis as a woman
who can't seem to say no.
- Chance. It could be a
character on its own.
- Some exceptional
black-and-white cinematography by Jean-Marie Dreujou.
On the way out, I said, "That's why more films should be
shot in black-and-white," to which the Insider remarked,
"That's why all films should be shot in
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