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Louis Malle (1932-1995)

  1. Maurice Ronet, Le feu follet (UK: A Time to Live and a Time to Die; US: The Fire Within), France, 1963.      The budget was not huge for realisateur Louis Malle’s ninth film (his favourite of his early works), that he considered playing the central character. Also a writer, he is close F Scott Fitzgerald. Indeed, some critics felt it was based on the writer’s  Babylon Revisited (among various Fitzgerald books seen in the film). But, no, the seed for this existential account of suicidal depression was a  roman by Pierre Drieu la Rochelle.
  2. Ian Holm, Greystoke, 1984.      Scripter and would-be director Robert Towne's 1979 plan was also a French ape man (Patrick Norbert) because of his French rescuer, Lieut Philippe D'Arnot, the man who taught Tarzan to speak a French accented English. 


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