Paris Frills

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Paris Frills
Paris Frills.jpg
Directed by Jacques Becker
Produced by André Halley des Fontaines
Written by Jacques Becker
Maurice Aubergé
Maurice Griffe
Starring Raymond Rouleau
Micheline Presle
Jean Chevrier
Gabrielle Dorziat
Jeanne Fusier-Gir
Music by Jean-Jacques Grünenwald
Cinematography Nicolas Hayer
Edited by Marguerite Renoir
Production
company
L'Essor Cinématographique Françias
Distributed by Védis
Release date
20 June 1945
Running time
110 minutes
Country France
Language French
Box office 2,108,663 admissions (France)[1]

Paris Frills (French: Falbalas), is a 1945 French drama film directed by Jacques Becker and starring Raymond Rouleau, Micheline Presle and Jean Chevrier. It was made in 1944 during the German occupation but not released until the following year. The film's sets were designed by the art director Max Douy. It was shoat the Francoeur Studios in Paris. Exteriors were shot in the 16th arrondissement of Paris.

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Micheline (Micheline Presle), a young woman from the provinces, arrives in Paris to prepare for her marriage to a silk manufacturer from Lyon, Daniel Rousseau (Jean Chevrier). But she falls in love with the best friend of her husband-to-be, the fashion designer Philippe Clarence (Raymond Rouleau). He is an impenitent Don Juan who seduces her when he feels the need for some creative inspiration and then drops her just as quickly when he comes to devote himself to a new collection. Micheline no longer feels she can go ahead and get married. A few weeks later Clarence tries to reconquer her but it is too late. She refuses. Clarence goes mad and throws himself from a window.

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