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Max Ophuls’ “dazzling visual symphony” (Georges Sadoul) is an elegant social comedy with ultimately tragic dimensions, focusing on the circular passage of a pair of earrings.

Turn-of-the-century Europe is the ultimately melancholy setting for a complex play of eternal return, personalised memory, liquid camerawork and social dissection that is the quintessence of the director’s greatest work.

This absolute peak of Ophuls’ career features career-best performances by Danielle Darrieux, Charles Boyer and an impossibly sophisticated Vittorio De Sica.

This session will screen at Cinema Nova, 380 Lygon St, CarltonFind out about Cinema Nova wheelchair access.

We encourage patrons to purchase their memberships for this night in advance. Memberships purchased at the venue will be done through EFT. 

Memberships are individual, and patrons cannot purchase two memberships.