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Romney, Jonathan
January 2008
Art Review;Jan2008, Issue 18, p92
Film Review
The article reviews three films including "Ne Touchez Pas la Hache," directed by Jacques Rivette, "Une Vieille Maîtresse," written and directed by Catherine Breillat, and "Les Amours d'Astrée et de Céladon," directed by Eric Rohmer.


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