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La núvia vestia de negre (La mariée était en noir)

Session 8: Really violent women (welcome to violence)



La núvia vestia de negre (La mariée était en noir)*
François Truffaut
1968 / France / 35 mm / 107 min / OV with Catalan subtitles

In The Bride Wore Black, Jeanne Moreau plays one of the most fascinating violent and dangerous women in the history of the cinema. A story of vengeance that combines Truffaut’s classic restraint and the disquieting suspense of his admired Hitchcock in a thriller where the wedding march becomes a funeral parade, that provided Tarantino with the inspiration for Kill Bill. 

*Not recommended for under-18s.

Check the complete programme of Gandules'17 - Gas Natural Fenosa, "Wild and Dangerous".

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