Home > Actresses > Aimee, Anouk LP Signed Autograph A Man And A Woman 1966

ANOUK AIMEE LP SIGNED AUTOGRAPH A MAN AND A WOMAN 1966

Aimee, Anouk LP Signed Autograph A Man And A Woman 1966
Enlarge Images
Aimee, Anouk LP Signed Autograph A Man And A Woman 1966
Item# aianlpsiauma
Price: $99.99

Product Description


Aimee, Anouk LP Signed Autograph A Man And A Woman 1966
THIS IS AN AUTHENTICALLY AUTOGRAPHED LP BY ANOUK AIMEE..

ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUND TRACK-A MAN AND A WOMAN(UNITED ARTISTS STEREO UAS 5147)MUSIC BY FRANCIS LAI. GRAND PRIZE WINNER 1966 CANNES FILM FESTIVAL. PHOTO COVER IS SIGNED BY ANOUK AIMEE. CONDITION OF THE VINYL IS WEAK VG, COVER AND AUTOGRAPH IS VERY GOOD.

A Man and a Woman (French: Un homme et une femme) is a 1966 French film. The movie was written by Claude Lelouch and Pierre Uytterhoeven, and directed by Lelouch. It is notable for its lush photography (Lelouch had a background in advertising photography), which features frequent segues between full color, black-and-white, and sepia-toned shots, and for its memorable musical score by Francis Lai.

A sequel, A Man and a Woman: 20 Years Later (Un Homme et une Femme, 20 Ans Déjà) was released in 1986.

It tells the story of a young widow, Anne (Anouk Aimée), a film script supervisor whose late husband (Pierre Barouh) was a stuntman and died in an on-set accident, and a widower, Jean-Louis (Jean-Louis Trintignant), a race car driver whose wife committed suicide after Jean-Louis was in a near fatal crash during the 24 hours of Le Mans. They meet at their respective children's school in Deauville. They share a ride home to Paris one night after Anne misses the last train, and their mutual attraction is immediate. The story follows their budding relationship over the course of several trips back to Deauville, and as they fall in love despite Anne's feelings of guilt and loss over her deceased husband. After a night together in Deauville, Anne finds herself unable to be unfaithful to the memory of her husband, and decides to leave Jean-Louis. While she is traveling back to Paris by train, Jean-Louis races to meet her at the station, and when she gets off the train she is surprised to see him there. Happy that her lover had come back for her, they embrace as the film ends, the final outcome of the relationship left open to interpretation.