THE YOUNG GIRLS OF ROCHEFORT (Les Demoiselles de Rochefort) is a musical written and directed by Jacques Demy in 1966. Music by Michel Legrand. This film earned a nomination for the 1969 Academy Award in the Best Music category.
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Deneuve and Dorléac are twin sisters waiting for the man of their life. They decide to go to Paris together but will find true love on their last week-end in Rochefort. Deneuve, a dancer, will fall in love with Perrin, a sailor and a painter, who has painted the portrait of Deneuve without having met her. Dorléac, a music composer, will meet Gene Kelly in town, whom she precisely should see in Paris.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler