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Cousins (Motion picture : 1959)

Charles, a student from the provinces, comes to Paris to live with his sophisticated, bullying cousin Paul and falls in love with the woman who becomes Paul's mistress.

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  • "A law student stays with his sophisticated cousin in Paris, and his life is altered."
  • "A portrayal of student life in Paris: Charles, a student from the provinces, comes to Paris to live with his sophisticated, bullying cousin Paul and falls in love with the woman who becomes Paul's mistress."
  • "Charles, a student from the provinces, comes to Paris to live with his sophisticated, bullying cousin Paul and falls in love with the woman who becomes Paul's mistress."
  • "Charles, a student from the provinces, comes to Paris to live with his sophisticated, bullying cousin Paul and falls in love with the woman who becomes Paul's mistress."@en
  • "Claude Chabrol crafts a sly moral fable about a provincial boy who comes to live with his sophisticated bohemian cousin in Paris. Through these seeming opposites, Chabrol conjures a darkly comic character study that questions notions of good and evil, love and jealousy, and success in the modern world. A mirror image of Le beau Serge, Les cousins recasts that film's stars, Jean-Claude Brialy and Gérard Blain, in startlingly reversed roles."
  • "Claude Chabrol crafts a sly moral fable about a provincial boy who comes to live with his sophisticated bohemian cousin in Paris. Through these seeming opposites, Chabrol conjures a piercing, darkly comic character study that questions notions of good and evil, love and jealousy, and success in the modern world. A mirror image of Le Beau Serge, Les Cousins recasts that film's stars, Jean-Claude Brialy and Gérard Blain, in startlingly reversed roles."
  • "Claude Chabrol crafts a sly moral fable about a provincial boy who comes to live with his sophisticated bohemian cousin in Paris. Through these seeming opposites, Chabrol conjures a piercing, darkly comic character study that questions notions of good and evil, love and jealousy, and success in the modern world. A mirror image of Le Beau Serge, Les Cousins recasts that film's stars, Jean-Claude Brialy and Gerard Blain, in startlingly reversed roles."
  • "Un jeune provincial, Charles, vient poursuivre ses études à Paris et s'installe chez son cousin Paul. Charles est un garçon sérieux, rangé, et Paul est léger, paresseux et dépourvu de sentiments. Les 2 cousins ont les mêmes amis et les mêmes loisirs. Charles s'éprend de Florence, mais Paul la lui vole aussitôt. Il se console dans le travail tandis que Paul continue de s'amuser. À l'examen, Paul réussit et Charles échoue. Désespéré, Charles est tenté de tuer Paul, mais c'est Paul qui le tue accidentellement."
  • "Simple, good-hearted country cousin Charles comes to study at the Sorbonne in Paris where he stays at the luxury apartment of Paul, his cynical city cousin. Charles works hard but fails his exams, Paul doesn't but passes and gets Charles's girl. Chabrol's second feature film re-unites Jean-Claude Brialy and Gerard Blain, the two lead actors from his debut feature, 'Le Beau Serge'. Paul (Brialy) is a hedonistic and confident Parisian student living in his uncle's fashionable inner city flat. He spends his time drinking, carousing, sleeping with a variety of female friends and playing the role of matchmaker for his friends, arranging trysts in an ongoing merry go round of bed partners. He is an emotionally remote and decadent man, adhering to a dubious moral code, who approaches his friends love lives with devilish detachment. Charles (Blain) is his naive country cousin, a dedicated student, who stays with Paul whilst studying for his law exams. When Charles is introduced to Paul's swinging set, he instantaneously falls for Florence, a beautiful woman who is intrigued by Charles' innocence. Paul is perturbed as he observes the attraction between the two and the respect that Charles displays for Florence. A clash is inevitable as the rivalry for Florences affection grows. The contrast between the two main characters morality is acute, especially in their attitudes toward women. A dramatic study of class conflict and personal responsibility 'Les Cousins' is a riveting and perverse study of decadent Parisian student life. The City of Lights is captured by Decae's camera as if seen through the amazed eyes of Charles. The film won the Best Film award at the Berlin Film Festival in 1959. Also available on 16mm."
  • "Charles, a student from the provinces, comes to Paris to live with his sophisticated, bullying cousin Paul, and falls in love with the woman who becomes Paul's mistress."

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  • "DVD"
  • "Drame psychologique."
  • "Foreign language films"
  • "New wave films."
  • "Feature films"
  • "Fiction films."
  • "Feature films."
  • "Feature : Foreign."
  • "Drames (cinéma)."
  • "Drama."
  • "Drama."@en
  • "Drama"
  • "Drama"@en
  • "fiction dramatique (fiction)"
  • "Motion pictures, French."

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  • "Cousins"
  • "Les cousins"
  • "表兄弟"
  • "Les cousins /"
  • "Cousins (Motion picture : 1958)"
  • "Cousins (Motion picture)"
  • "Le Cousins"
  • "Les cousins (film)."
  • "The cousins"
  • "Cousins (Motion picture : 1959)"
  • "Cousins (Motion picture : 1959)"@en
  • "Les cousins = The cousins /"
  • "Les Cousins film /"
  • "Cousins."
  • "Les Cousins"@en
  • "Les Cousins"
  • "Biao xiong di"

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