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MOULIN ROUGE
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MOULIN ROUGE

Directed by : John HUSTON

Year of production : 1952 Country : UNITED KINGDOM Length : 119 minutes

Synopsis

Set in the 19th century, MOULIN ROUGE is the story of the crippled artist, Toulouse-Lautrec (José Ferrer). He forgets his worries by drinking and mingling at the Moulin Rouge nightclub in Paris, where he sits and sketches the scenes he sees. Lonely and convinced his crippled state means he will be alone forever, he is delighted to meet Marie (Colette Marchand), a young girl in need of help. The two become lovers, but he soon learns she is being unfaithful. Crushed, he throws her out and attempts to carry on with his life.

Credits

- Director

- Script / Dialogue

- Script / Dialogue

Casting

- Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

- Jane Avril

Picture of the film

Further information

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Contacts

Production

ROMULUS FILMS LIMITED - c/o Park Circus, 15 Woodside Crescent G3 7UL GLASGOW UNITED KINGDOM - T: 44 (0) 1413322175 - info@parkcircus.com


Distribution

PARK CIRCUS GROUP - UNITED KINGDOM - T: 44141 332 2175 - www.parkcircus.com


International sales

PARK CIRCUS GROUP - UNITED KINGDOM - T: 44141 332 2175 - www.parkcircus.com