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Les parapluies de Cherbourg Soundtrack

Les parapluies de Cherbourg (1964) soundtrack cover
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack / OST
By:Michel Legrand
Release date:16.12.1964
Bitrate:~320 kbps
Length: 60:57 (19 tracks)
Size:139.86 MB
Movie
Year:1964
Country:France
Genre: romance drama music
IMDB: 58450

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#Michel Legrand — Les parapluies de CherbourgLength

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1.Scene du Garage
Michel Legrand
2:42

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3206.21
2.Devant le Magasin
Michel Legrand
1:44

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3203.97
3.Tante Elise
Michel Legrand
2:35

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3205.93
4.Sur le Quai
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1:56

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3204.45
5.Dans le Magasin de parapluies
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5:25

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32012.41
6.Chez Dubourg, le Joaillier
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4:03

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3209.30
7.Dou Genevieve Guy
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4:57

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32011.32
8.Chez Elise
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1:47

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3204.09
9.La Gare
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2:22

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3205.42
10.Dans le Magasin
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4:45

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11.Le Diner
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4:31

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32010.37
12.Recit de Cassard
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3:13

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3207.37
13.La Lettre de Guy
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1:15

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3202.88
14.Le Mariage
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2:27

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3205.61
15.Le Garage Dispute
Michel Legrand
1:46

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3204.04
16.La Boite a Matelots
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3:11

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3207.31
17.Duo Guy-Madeleine
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2:09

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3204.95
18.La Terrasse du Cafe
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3:09

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3207.21
19.La Station-Service
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7:00

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32016.05
  60:57   139.86
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Plot summary

Geneviève, 17, lives with her widowed mother, who owns an umbrella shop in Cherbourg. She and Guy, a twenty-year-old auto mechanic, are secretly in love and want to marry, but when she reveals this to her mother, her mother objects on the grounds that Geneviève is too young and Guy is not mature or well-established enough, particularly since he has not yet done his required military service. Shortly after this, Guy is drafted to serve in the war in Algeria. Before he leaves, he and Geneviève consummate their love for each other, which results in her becoming pregnant. While Guy is away they drift apart, and Geneviève, strongly encouraged by her mother, accepts a marriage proposal from a well-to-do gem dealer named Roland Cassard, who has fallen in love with her at first sight and has promised to bring up her child as his own. (The character of Cassard is continued from Demy's earlier film [i]Lola[/i] (1961).) Guy is wounded and is discharged before his two-year term is up, but when he returns to Cherbourg Geneviève has already married and moved away. He struggles with depression and anger, but eventually is healed by falling in love with and marrying Madeleine, a young woman who had been caring for his now-deceased aunt Élise. Using an inheritance from his aunt, Guy fulfills his ambition of opening a service station. Years later, the now conspicuously wealthy Geneviève, traveling with her daughter, Guy's child, accidentally meet Guy at his service station. While the two have only a brief conversation about the state of their respective lives, the conversation is clearly fraught with unspoken fondness and regret.

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