2016.12.25.11.20

dedicated to Jeanne Moreau for the works by Marguerite Duras

Et toi qui me dit tout (And You Who Tell Me Everything)
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For the collage of "dedicated to Jeanne Moreau for the works by Marguerite Duras", the original photography you can find here, there and everywhere.

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The some novels written by Marguerite Duras were adapted into some movies. Marguerite Duras also had written some scripts for some movies and directed some movies herself.
In the some Marguerite Duras movies, Jeanne Moreau has appeared as heroines or important roles.
[photos (from left to right) : "Marguerite Duras In Saint-Germain des Pres, Paris 1955" photo by Robert Doisneau, "Jeanne Moreau, Jules Et Jim" 1962 photo by Dan Budnik and "Marguerite Duras et Jeanne Moreau" ca. 1972 photo by Anonymous]

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In 1958, Marguerite Duras published her novel "Moderato cantabile". The novel was adapted into the movie "Moderato cantabile" 1960 directed by Peter Brook.
Jeanne Moreau acted as Anne Desbaredes, the heroine.
[photos (from left to right) : the book cover for the novel, the poster and one of the still photos for the movie]

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In 1966, Marguerite Duras wrote the script for the movie "Mademoiselle" directed by Tony Richardson.
Jeanne Moreau acted as Mademoiselle, the heroine.
[photos (from left to right) : the poster and one of the still photos for the movie]

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In 1972, Marguerite Duras wrote and directed her own movie Nathalie Granger".
Jeanne Moreau acted as l'autre femme.
[photos (from left to right) : the poster and one of still photos for the movie]

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In 1984, Marguerite Duras published her novel "L' Amant". The novel was adapted into the movie "L' Amant" 1992 directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud.
Jeanne Moreau acted as the narrator.
[photos (from left to right) : the book cover for the novel, the poster for the movie]

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In 2001, Jeanne Moreau acted as Marguerite Duras, the heroine for the movie "Cet Amour-la" directed by Josee Dayan.
[photos (from left to right) : the poster and one of the still photos for the movie]

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The words "Et toi qui me dit tout (And You Who Tell Me Everything)" are taken from the lyrics of the song "India Song" 1975 lyrics by Marguerite Duras composed by Carlos d'Alessio from the album "Le Tourbillon" sung by Jeanne Moreau.
Marguerite Duras published her novel "India Song" 1973 and adapted into the movie "India Song" 1975 written and directed by herself.
The music "India SongIndia Song - Main Theme" is the main theme for the movie, but does not appear the version of the song "India Song" sung by Jeanne Moreau.
[photos (from left to right) : the book cover for the novel, the poster for the movie and the single]

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