A woman arrives in Paris with her little girl to look for work. With limited funds and no luck, they end up penniless, homeless and dependent on the rare kindness of strangers. —IMDb
Marcel Hanoun (b. 26 October, 1929) is a photographer and journalist, as well as a filmmaker, who emerged as a director at the height of the Nouvelle Vague with Une simple histoire (A Simple History, 1958) and Le Huitième jour (The Eighth Day, 1960). Since then his work has become increasingly experimental, alienating the public and some critics, but championed by some who admire his meticulous approach and personal viewpoint. —newwavefilm.com
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