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Boisrond-Tonnerre, Louis Félix

Gémier, [Tonnerre] Firmin (21 Feb. 1869)

Boisrond-Tonnerre, Louis Félix (1776–1806)

Review: The Maiden of Tonnerre: The Vicissitudes of the Chevalier and the Chevalière d'Eon

Central Station [Central do Brasil]. Produced by Martine de Clermont-Tonnerre and Arthur Cohn; directed by Walter Salles, Jr.; screenplay by Marcos Bernstein, João Emanuel Carneiro, and Walter Salles, Jr. 1998; color; 115 minutes. Brazil. In Portuguese with English subtitles. Distributor: New Yorker Films

Welcome to Sarajevo. Produced by Graham Broadbent, Damian Jones, and Paul Sarony; directed by Michael Winterbottom; screenplay by Frank Cottrell Boyce. 1997; ; color, 102 minutes. UK/USA. In English and Serbo-Croatian. Distributor: Miramax, The Perfect Circle [Savršeni krug]. Produced by Sylvan Burztejn, Dana Rotberg, Peter Van Vogelpoel; directed by Ademir Kenovic; screenplay by Ademir Kenovic, Abdulah Sidran, and Pjar Zalica. 1996; color; 110 minutes. Bosnia/France. In Serbo-Croatian and French. Distributor: Les Films du Losange, Paris/Parnasse International, The Wounds [Rane]. Produced by Dragan Bjelogrlić; written and directed by Srdjan Dragojević, 1998; color; 103 minutes. Yugoslavia (Serbia)/France, in association with European Film Promotion, an initiative of the European Union's Media Program. In Serbo-Croatian. Distributors: Le Studio Canal +, Paris; Cobra Film Department/Pandora Film, USA and The Powder Keg [Bure Baruta]. Produced by Dejan Vrazalic and Antoine de Clermont-Tonnerre; directed by Goran Paskaljevic; screenplay by Dejan Dukovski, Goran Paskaljević, Filip David, Zoran Andrić. 1998; color; 100 minutes. Yugoslavia. In Serbo-Croatian. Distributor: Paramount Classics


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A pale beige limestone frequently used for sculpture in France, ranging from the medieval sculptural decoration of the cathedrals of Dijon (Claus Sluter) and Troyes to the work of 18th-century sculptors who normally worked in marble.

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