UNESCO: United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization

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UNESCO in Films

UNESCO has been featured in a number of films as a setting or by way of a character. Here are some of them :
charade.jpgCharade (Stanley Donen, 1963) 01.11.2005
In this romantic comedy cum thriller set in Paris, Audrey Hepburn is a EURESCO interpreter whose husband is murdered in mysterious circumstances. More

naked.jpgNaked Love (L’Amour nu, Yannick Bellon, 1981) 01.11.2005
Another film shot in the Fontenoy building, this romantic melodrama stars Marlène Jobert as a UNESCO interpreter. More

All Fired Up (Tout feu, tout flamme, Jean-Paul Rappeneau, 1981) 01.11.2005
Isabelle Adjani, a polytechnicienne from the French Ministry of the Economy, maintains a tempestuous relationship with her irresponsible father Yves Montand, intent on opening a casino. More

bed.jpgBed and Board (Domicile conjugal, François Truffaut, 1970) 01.11.2005
In this fourth episode of the Antoine Doinel saga, Jean-Pierre Léaud now plays the role of a young married man. More

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