Quatorze Juillet (Bastille Day) (July 14) (1933)
Release Date: Jan 22, 1933 Wide
Average Rating: 4/5
User Ratings: 67
Quatorze Juliet translates to "July 14th"--and if you know your French history, you'll know that July 14th is Bastille Day. This Rene Clair films deals not with the tumultuous events of the French Revolution, but with a 1932 celebration of that particular French holiday. Clair made the film hoping to capture the freewheeling, anecdotal style of his earlier Under the Roofs of Paris. The hero, George Rigaud, is a Parisian cabdriver; the heroine, Annabella, is a flower peddler. As the Bastille Day
Jan 22, 1933 Wide
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