Black and White In Color | Chicago Reader

Black and White In Color

More on the absurdity of war, with some cute moments and a lot of ennui as a band of French colonists in Africa, belatedly learning that World War I is on, attack their German counterparts across the stream. Pretty tedious, and a sad waste of Catherine Rouvel, Renoir's luminous vision of femininity in Picnic on the Grass; Jean-Jacques Annaud directed (1977).


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