N.p. Franco-London Film, Circa 1956. Vintage borderless reference photograph of director Jean Renoir listening while composer Joseph Kosma plays the organ on the set of the 1956 film. With a mimeo snipe on the verso along with a stamp specific to the film's French release.
In turn-of-the-century France, a young Polish princess agrees to marry a wealthy older man to save her family from the poorhouse, but finds herself falling in love with a handsome stranger despite her engagement. The third film in director Jean Renoir's romance trilogy, preceded by "The Golden Coach" (1953) and "French Cancan" (1955).
Set and shot on location in France.
7 x 5.25 inches. Near Fine.