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Les Jeux Sont Faits

Somewhere between Heaven Can Wait and No Exit, between film noir and romantic comedy, is this almost-never screened gem from a screenplay by Jean-Paul Sartre. In the film, directed by Jean Delannoy, a dead socialist man (Marcello Pagliero) and a dead upper-class woman (Micheline Presle) meet in heaven. They fall in love, and learn they will be allowed a second chance on earth IF their devotion to each other can survive one day among the living.

Playing at the Bootleg Theater on Sunday, March 24, 2019. Doors open at 6:00 pm, screening at 6:30pm. Presented by Projections and Vidiots. Don't miss the opportunity to see this rare find on 16mm print!


Les Jeux Sont Faits
Directed by: Jean Delannoy
Written by: Jean-Paul Sartre, Jacques-Laurent Bost, Jean Delannoy
Starring: Micheline Presle, Marcello Pagliero, Marguerite Moreno
Year: 1947
Runtime: 105 min
Language: French with English subtitles
Distributor: Lopert Pictures Corporation

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