Jeanne Moreau, Oskar Werner and Henri Serre, still image from “Jules & Jim” by François Truffaut

It successfully follows the series of events “Queer, art, film”, created by the bright filmmaker Ira Sachs which is held from the 8:00 to 11:00 pm in New York at the IFC Center, where tonight will be presented by the celebrated playwright and LBGT rights activist Larry Kramer the legendary film “Jules & Jim”, by François Truffaut, telling about the love, friendship and passionate ménage-a- trois between two men and the enigmatic Jean Moreau – of whose I like reminding her quotation, included in the movie: “you told me I love you, I told you wait for me, I was going to tell you her I am, you told me go away” over the course of twenty years. A genuine master to watch again and appreciate.

“QUEER, ART FILM” A NEW YORK: LARRY KRAMER PRESENTA IL LEGGENDARIO MÉNAGE- A – TROIS SU PELLICOLA DI FILM FRANÇOIS TRUFFAUT

Prosegue felicemente la serie di eventi “Queer, art, film”, creata dal brillante regista Ira Sachs che si tiene dalle 20:00 alle ore 23:00 a New York presso il IFC Center in cui stasera sarà presentata dal celebre commediografo e attivista dei diritti LBGT Larry Kramer la leggendaria pellicola “Jules & Jim” di François Truffaut che narra l’ amore, amicizia e l’ appassionante ménage-a-trois tra due uomini e l’ enigmatica Jeanne Moreau – di cui mi piace ricordare le sue parole incluse nel film: “mi hai detto ti amo, ti dissi aspettami, stavo per dirti eccomi, tu mi hai detto vattene “ – nell’arco di venti anni. Un autentico capolavoro da rivedere e apprezzare.

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