Marie of the Port (1950)

Director
Marcel Carné

Main cast
Jean Gabin; Blanchette Brunoy; Nicole Courcel; Claude Romain; Julien Carette

Genres
Drama, Romance

Description
Henri Chatelard is well in his forties, owns a restaurant and a cinema in the city, and appreciate women. When he meets Marie, a 18ish stronghead who just lost her father in a small fishermen village, it is not clear who is the hunter and who is the prey.


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