When Bruno Barbey arrived in 1966, Deauville, still under the projectors, revealed itself in a new light. A few months before, the movie A Man and a Woman by Claude Lelouch film won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes film festival. Bruno Barbey encounters and renders the rituals of the summer of 1966. He roams beaches and boardwalks, goes to...
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