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abbieredmon:

Cafe Baba in Tangier, Morocco
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It is an illegal, uncompromising, highly dangerous documentary, shot in one take, without any special effects as the director starts his car early in the morning and races through Paris with complete disregard for traffic lights, one-way streets, cars, buses and pedestrians - to meet with his wife 8 minutes later in one intensely romantic ending.

C’était un rendez-vous (1976) dir. by Claude Lelouch


It is an illegal, uncompromising, highly dangerous documentary, shot in one take, without any special effects as the director starts his car early in the morning and races through Paris with complete disregard for traffic lights, one-way streets, cars, buses and pedestrians - to meet with his wife 8 minutes later in one intensely romantic ending.

C’était un rendez-vous (1976) dir. by Claude Lelouch


It is an illegal, uncompromising, highly dangerous documentary, shot in one take, without any special effects as the director starts his car early in the morning and races through Paris with complete disregard for traffic lights, one-way streets, cars, buses and pedestrians - to meet with his wife 8 minutes later in one intensely romantic ending.

C’était un rendez-vous (1976) dir. by Claude Lelouch


It is an illegal, uncompromising, highly dangerous documentary, shot in one take, without any special effects as the director starts his car early in the morning and races through Paris with complete disregard for traffic lights, one-way streets, cars, buses and pedestrians - to meet with his wife 8 minutes later in one intensely romantic ending.

C’était un rendez-vous (1976) dir. by Claude Lelouch


It is an illegal, uncompromising, highly dangerous documentary, shot in one take, without any special effects as the director starts his car early in the morning and races through Paris with complete disregard for traffic lights, one-way streets, cars, buses and pedestrians - to meet with his wife 8 minutes later in one intensely romantic ending.

C’était un rendez-vous (1976) dir. by Claude Lelouch


It is an illegal, uncompromising, highly dangerous documentary, shot in one take, without any special effects as the director starts his car early in the morning and races through Paris with complete disregard for traffic lights, one-way streets, cars, buses and pedestrians - to meet with his wife 8 minutes later in one intensely romantic ending.

C’était un rendez-vous (1976) dir. by Claude Lelouch


It is an illegal, uncompromising, highly dangerous documentary, shot in one take, without any special effects as the director starts his car early in the morning and races through Paris with complete disregard for traffic lights, one-way streets, cars, buses and pedestrians - to meet with his wife 8 minutes later in one intensely romantic ending.

C’était un rendez-vous (1976) dir. by Claude Lelouch


It is an illegal, uncompromising, highly dangerous documentary, shot in one take, without any special effects as the director starts his car early in the morning and races through Paris with complete disregard for traffic lights, one-way streets, cars, buses and pedestrians - to meet with his wife 8 minutes later in one intensely romantic ending.

C’était un rendez-vous (1976) dir. by Claude Lelouch
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Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark
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waltzbeat:

Almodóvar//Ford
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scandinaviancollectors:

John Lautner, The Schaffer Residence, 1949, Los Angeles. The house was featured in Tom Ford´s movie A Single Man. The desk lamp by Serge Mouille (ca.1950s) and Jean Prouvé´s Standard chair. / Crosby Doe
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