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    Le Beau Serge (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Parish Of Sardent

    Somewhat historic, the opening of the first recognized French New Wave feature, Claude Chabrol directs the arrival of Jean-Claude Brialy, as medical graduate Francois, in Chabrol's own home town (Sardent), with a brief look at the title character (Gerard Blain), in Le Beau Serge, 1958.

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