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Didn't You Used to Be Depardieu?

Film as Cultural Marker in France and Hollywood


David I. Grossvogel

The long love-hate relationship between the United States and France is a curious one that derives from misconceptions, dissimilar economic imperatives, and genuinely different cultural patterns. Didn’t You Used to Be Depardieu? identifies and analyzes these differences through the contrast of American film remakes and the French originals.