Une visite au Louvre Trailer

Une visite au Louvre Trailer (2004)

17 April 2004 Factual 49 mins

A visit to the Louvre in Paris commentated by an actor reading Cézanne.

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Cast

Julie Koltaï

as Paul Cézanne (voice)

Crew

International Releases Dates

France 17 April 2004

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