The Lovers' Wind
|The Lovers' Wind|
|Directed by||Albert Lamorisse|
|Produced by||Albert Lamorisse|
|Edited by||Denise de Casabianca
The Lovers' Wind (French: Le Vent des amoureux) is a 1970 French documentary film directed by Albert Lamorisse about the landscape of Iran. Lamorisse was killed in a helicopter crash while filming the documentary, during a helicopter-tour of Iran. His widow and son completed the film, based on his production notes, and released the film eight years later in 1978. It was nominated for a posthumous Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
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