French Postcards Trailer

French Postcards Trailer (1979)

"American students go to Paris...The less they study the more they learn." 19 October 1979 Comedy 95 mins

French Postcards rings both comic and true. The believable, fresh-faced characters are young naives from American colleges spending their French-English dictionaries, they compulsively seek out hundreds of monuments, romanticize the nomadic artist's life, and look for grown-up love. The French tutor them well, as befits their reputation. Jean Rochefort is the harassed headmaster with a hankering for affairs, and Marie-France Pisier is his very sexy wife. Watch for a newcomer named Debra Winger, and another-Mandy Patinkin.

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Cast

Debra Winger

as Melanie

Marie-France Pisier

as Madame Tessier

Jean Rochefort

as Monsieur Tessier

Lynn Carlin

as Mrs. Weber

George Coe

as Mr. Weber

Crew

Bruno Nuytten

Bruno Nuytten Director of Photography

Gloria Katz

Gloria Katz Producer

Lee Holdridge

Original Music Composer

International Releases Dates

United States 19 October 1979

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