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Directed by Philippe Agostini
Written byPhilippe Agostini
Odette Joyeux
Bertram L. Lonsdale
Starring Michèle Morgan
Music by Marcel Stern
CinematographyJacques Lemare
Jacques Robin
Release date
16 February 1962
Running time
95 min
CountryItaly / France

Rencontres (English title: Meetings) is a 1962 French language motion picture drama directed by Philippe Agostini who co-wrote screenplay with Odette Joyeux and Bertram L. Lonsdale. [1]



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