Jules et Jim

Jules et Jim

Showings: 2 pm Matinee & 7 pm -- "Jules et Jim" is a classic French New Wave film directed by François Truffaut and released in 1962. This iconic film explores the complexities of love, friendship, and the passage of time through the intertwined lives of its three central characters.

The story revolves around the close friendship between Jules (played by Oskar Werner), an Austrian, and Jim (played by Henri Serre), a Frenchman, who bond over their shared love for art and literature. Their friendship takes a fascinating turn when they both become infatuated with the free-spirited Catherine (played by Jeanne Moreau), an enigmatic and captivating woman.

What follows is a tale of love triangles, shifting relationships, and the consequences of desire. Set against the backdrop of Europe before and after World War I, “Jules et Jim” captures the spirit of the era and the evolving dynamics between its characters. The film explores themes of passion, freedom, and the inexorable passage of time, resulting in a bittersweet and thought-provoking cinematic experience.

Known for its innovative filmmaking techniques and unique narrative style, “Jules et Jim” is celebrated for its exploration of the complexities of love and friendship and its enduring influence on the world of cinema.

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