Woman as a flower = La Femme fleur

France, 1965

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Based on the drawings and etchings of Aubrey Beardsley, Gustav Klimt, Max Klinger and other artists living about the turn of the century. This film is a tribute to the women of the Edwardian era, and gives a fascinating glimpse of that time. Also of interest as a study of the Art Nouveau, which expressed the prosperity of the period.

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