Je t'aime John Wayne
Je t'aime John Wayne (2000) is a ten-minute short film parody directed by Toby MacDonald about a young man in London obsessed with imitating Jean-Paul Belmondo in the film Breathless, who in turn was pretending to be Humphrey Bogart. One of the film's writers, Luke Ponte, describes it as, "an Englishman who thinks he's a French man who thinks he's an American." It was distributed on DVD as part of the collection Cinema 16: British Short Films and in the U.S. as Cinema 16: European Short Films.
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