Close Up (1976)

Documentary / Short


Synopsis

A portrait of the well-known actress and fashion model Dominique Sanda.
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Film Review

Close Up picture
Close Up is a French short documentary film first released in 1976, directed by Louis Malle. Cinematography was by Michel Parbot. It stars Dominique Sanda.   It is an Antenne-2 production.   It is a color film and runs to 26 minutes.  

Our overall rating for Close Up is: mediocre - watchable, but not unless you have something better to do,

Other memorable films that have been directed by Louis Malle include: Ascenseur pour l'échafaud (1958), Les Amants (1958), Zazie dans le métro (1960) and Le Voleur (1967).

Other recommended films include the following: David Giles's The Forsyte Saga [TV] (1967), Sandrine Veysset's Martha... Martha (2001), Kenneth Branagh's Much Ado About Nothing (1993), Michael Curtiz's Stolen Holiday (1937) and Pierre Schoeller's Versailles (2008).




Film Credits

  • Director: Louis Malle
  • Cinematographer: Michel Parbot
  • Cast: Dominique Sanda (Herself)
  • Editor: Suzanne Baron
  • Production company: Antenne-2, Sigma
  • Country: France
  • Language: -
  • Support: Color
  • Runtime: 26 min


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