Jules and Jim, or the ironic and heartbreaking tale of love, shared "intermittent" (Roché), two men for the same woman. A film that is derived from the homonymous book by Henri-Pierre Roche, who, in turn, became famous after the release and worldwide success of the film by François Truffaut. The book seeks to unravel the intertwining between the dry voice of an old novelist and passionate look of a young filmmaker. This is done by restoring to Roché's novel cultured and cosmopolitan world where he was born and took shape, to observe more closely the style and light skinned. But also, according to Truffaut's movie in all stages (scissors, glue, freedom, co-creation, voice-overs, letters, literature, film narrative), which led to the creation of his third feature film.
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