Felix and Lola / Love Street: Two films directed by Patrice Leconte (Blu-ray)
Directed by Patrice Leconte
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Cohen Film Collection presents two deliriously romantic classics by director Patrice Leconte.
FELIX AND LOLA (2001)
Bumper car operator Felix (Philippe Torreton) falls in love with Lola (Charlotte Gainsbourg) one night as she rides the cars round and round, alone. He’s touched by the sadness in her eyes. When she vanishes, he discovers that she’s tied to a mysterious past – a past that he will have to confront. How far will he go to set her free?
LOVE STREET (2002)
In 1945 Paris, the Oriental Palace brothel is about to be closed down. Marion (Laetitia Casta) is one of the Palace’s prostitutes, but she dreams of a singing career. Petit Louis (Patrick Timsit) was raised in brothels and is the Palace’s handyman. He is madly in love with Marion, but knows she will never be his, so he tries to make her dreams of another life come true.
Blu-ray Extras Include:
-Audio commentary tracks for FELIX AND LOLA and LOVE STREET by Wade
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