When I was 21, I met William Klein while he was preparing his film “Mode in France“. He offerered me to be his casting director for the movie. During the shooting I was also taking pictures. One day i ran out of rolls and Bill lent me one. To ease the process at the lab he was not rewinding the films to the end, I didn’t know that, so I used a roll on which he had already taken pictures.
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