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click to enlarge french connection An aging Brit couple visit Paris to rekindle their romance but watch their dream go up in flames in the latest from Notting Hill director Roger Michell.

french connection An aging Brit couple visit Paris to rekindle their romance but watch their dream go up in flames in the latest from Notting Hill director Roger Michell.

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Chicago Reader Le Week-End: Here come the boomer cliches In Le Week-End, Jim Broadbent stars as a former 60s radical awash in self-pity. by Ben Sachs 03/19/2014
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