Un amour de parapluie (1951)

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Un amour de parapluie is a French short film first released in 1951, directed by Jean Laviron. The film stars Jacques-Henry Duval, Denise Provence, Noël Roquevert, Armand Bernard and Robert Berri.

Our overall rating for Un amour de parapluie is: good, not a bad effort, perhaps a little lacking in depth and originality - just about worth the price of the cinema ticket or DVD.

Other recommended films that have been directed by Jean Laviron include: Au diable la vertu (1953), Soirs de Paris (1954), Votre dévoué Blake (1954) and Les Motards (1959). The actor Noël Roquevert has also appeared in: Entrée des artistes (1938), Le Corbeau (1943), Les Diaboliques (1955) and Marie-Octobre (1959).

Other short films from France that are worth watching include: Abel Gance's Au secours! (1924), Sébastien Lifshitz's Les Corps ouverts (1998), Jean-Claude Carrière's Heureux anniversaire (1962), Anne-Marie Miéville's Le Livre de Marie (1984) and Man Ray's Poison (1935).


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