Long Live Life Trailer

Long Live Life Trailer (1984)

18 April 1984 106 mins

The movie starts with an interview with director Claude Lelouch. He pleads viewers not to disclose the plot of the movie after leaving the projection room. Even the movie's trailer shows only a long sequence of faces gazing speechlessly in space. "Like all my movies, this one is about a man and a woman", says Lelouch in the interview.

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Cast

Charlotte Rampling

as Catherine Perrin

Michel Piccoli

as Michel Perrin

Jean-Louis Trintignant

as François Gaucher

Evelyne Bouix

as Sarah Gaucher

Charles Aznavour

as Edouard Takvorian

Laurent Malet

as Laurent Perrin

Myriam Boyer

as Pauline

Patrick Depeyrrat

as Taxidriver

Maryline Even

as A Witness

Philippe Laudenbach

as Professor Sternberg

Denis Lavant

as Caviar delivery man

Martin Lamotte

as TV Journalist

International Releases Dates

France 18 April 1984

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