Lumière d’été (Light of Summer)
Dir. Jean Grémillon. 1943, 109 mins. 35mm. With Madeleine Robinson, Paul Bernard. Arriving at a remote mountaintop hotel in Provence, Parisian Michèle is involved in a love triangle with a worker and an aristocrat whose neighboring castle will be the scene of a show-stopping costume ball. Lumière d’été is one of the defining masterworks of French cinema during the occupation.
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