Bresson


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Bresson

(French brɛsɔ̃)
n
(Biography) Robert (rɔbɛr). 1901–99, French film director: his films include Le Journal d'un curé de campagne (1950), Une Femme douce (1969), and L'Argent (1983)
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Allain Pelletier represented the Canadian Armed Forces while the British High Commission had Brigadier Nicholas Orr (Defence Attache) handle the wreath and Ministre Conseiller Jerome Bresson and Liaison Officer to the CAF, LCol.
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Bresson Florence, 50 and her husband Christophe were on a road trip in Leh, on motorcycles, when they met with an accident and the lady suffered serious injuries.
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A statement by the Interior Ministry said that al-Asadi Bresson met today at the headquarters and reviewed with him the developments in the security situation and the efforts of the Iraqi security forces in defeating the forces of terrorism and cracking down on crime in Iraq.
According to Schrader, not to mention the collective wisdom of the aforementioned authors, one film shines prototypically through: Robert Bresson's Diary of a Country Priest (1951).
The 15 locations, acquired from French retail firm Group Bresson, boost the UK retailer's network to some 1,050 stores, adding 2% selling space.
Organized by the Cineforum Robert Bresson and Fondazione Palazzo Magnani, this fest offers "a selection of the best films from several Far East countries," according to its website.
The film, directed by Robert Bresson, premiered at the 1966 Venice Film Festival, where it won the OCIC Award.