André Téchiné’s Alice and Martin , from a screenplay by Mr. Téchiné and Gilles Taurand, tells a complex, convoluted love story with the lyrical force and dysfunctional frenzy that have been Mr. Téchiné’s trademarks for over a quarter of a century. Unfortunately, he has never achieved the automatic cult status of his nouvelle vague predecessors Read More
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