Packaging : Brand new Sealed. Packaging in the new compact hard Cardboard slip-cover packing (see Picture)
Audio System: Dolby Digital
Starring: Daniel G¨Ślin, Brigitte Auber, Nicole Courcel, Pierre Trabaud, Maurice Ronet
Director: Jacques Becker
Audio Language: French
Region Code: All coded (Able to play in all Dvd player and Dvd rom in Laptop)
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Also known as Rendezvous in July
Daniel Gelin plays a young dude (much like Becker himself used to be) who wants to go with his pals to Africa on some kind of documentary film assignment. While he's trying to get the goods together to set this enterprise up, he and his friends and their girlfriends drive around town in a big convertible car that turns into a boat, party up a storm at Jazz clubs, and in general rebel against the establishment of the period. They all have a deep sense of solidarity and common purpose in their youth, a magical bond that's bound to disappear as the societal pressures, temporarily on hold, reassert themselves. Gelin, however, is single-minded and dedicated, determined not to let his friends cop-out on him; he knows that if he can keep everyone united, he might be able to work their particular non-conformist angle into a success.
"Rendezvous in July" captures the poetry of youth like very few films before or since. It is one of those amazing films that's a joy to watch from start to finish, it literally transports you to 1949 Paris and lets you hang-out with these young characters.