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Victor Hugo’s daughter Adèle is the subject of this French historical drama, directed by François Truffaut. A portrait of obsession and madness taken from her own diaries, the film describes how Adèle’s obsessive, unrequited love for a military officer leads to her downfall. (1975, dir. François Truffaut, 110 min., 35mm)
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