Aroview: The blueprint film about film-making - made a few decades before it became fashionable - mirroring the first-hand experiences of Francois Truffaut, who himself plays a film-director in the process of making a film.
Using a constantly gliding camera and naturalistic dialogue that intersects scripted lives with ‘real life’, this deftly reveals the daily off-camera dramas, the bustling excitement of the creative process, and the seductive allure of cinema itself. Ahead of a glamorous French cast, a vivacious Jacqueline Bisset (in a French-speaking role) exudes the perfect qualities as the ‘international star’.
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