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In his early shorts La Rentrée des classes (1955), Blue Jeans (1958), and first feature, Adieu Philippine (1963), Jacques Rozier (10 November 1926) captured the spirit of the younger generation in France in the late 1950s and early 60s, perhaps more successfully than any of his contemporaries. His work was quintessentially New Wave: freewheeling, naturalistic and spontaneous. Since then, he has produced only a handful of shorts and a few, all too infrequent, features, including Du cote d’Orouet (Near Orouet, 1973) and Maine-Ocean (1985).

Jacques Rozier
Dir. Jacques Rozier

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