Paris: Cinedis, 1957. Collection of 7 original black-and-white still photographs from the 1957 French-Italian film. Five photos feature actors Carlo Delle Piane and Hossein in a rousing bathtub scene, one a juxtaposed bar scene, and one photo features Arnoul and foreboding mystery man in black with his hand on the door. All with French film titles in holograph ink, and series number, on the versos, and photographer credit printed on the rectos. Housed in a vintage glassine sleeve.
Vadim's second film as director, entered into the 7th Berlin International Film Festival. Sophie (Arnoul) is an amoral French girl, betrothed to rich and seedy Eric (Hasse), an ex-nazi turned forger. Sophie also attracts the attention of Eric's secretary, Sforzi (Hossein), while falling in love with yet another man, Michel (Marquand).
Photographer Voinquel's films include "Anne-Marie" (1936), "Le Jour se Leve" (1939), "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (1956), "Belle de Jour" (1967), and "Army of Shadows" (1969).
Four photos 3.5 x 4.75 inches, three slightly larger. Vertical crease to one photo, else Near Fine overall.