The Young Girls of Rochefort (1967)

Director
Jacques Demy

Main cast
Catherine Deneuve; Françoise Dorléac; Jacques Perrin; George Chakiris; Grover Dale

Genres
Music, Romance, Drama, Comedy

Description
Delphine and Solange are two sisters living in Rochefort. They are both looking for love, without being aware that their ideal partner is very close... A film where the scenario is much less important than its feeling of euphory, according to the director Jacques Demy.


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