Saturday, January 11, 2020

Claire Duburcq


There are not many women acting in 1917--actually only one. A French town girl played by Claire Duburcq and her role is fairly small.  Still she does a very good job and it is a great movie--and never miss a Rule 5 opportunity and to also plug a movie that deserves attention. Go see it. 




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