Belle de jour

Paris: Robert et Raymond Hakim, 1968. Vintage borderless photograph of actress Catherine Deneuve from the 1968 film. With holograph notations regarding layout, and stamps of producers Robert & Raymond Hakim and Cine-Revue magazine.

Bunuel's first color film, about a bored and directionless young housewife who begins working in a brothel while her husband is at work, with tragic consequences for him and a jealous client involved in organized crime. Winner of the Golden Lion at the 1967 Venice Film Festival.

Set in and shot on location in Paris.

9 x 6.75 inches (23 x 17 cm). Very Good Plus with light edgewear and faint scratches to the recto from notations on the verso.

Godard, Histoires du cinema. Vogel, Film as a Subversive Art. Rosenbaum 1000. Weldon 1996. Ebert I. Criterion Collection 593.


[Book #145827]

Price: $475.00