Jean Renoir’s “French Cancan” screens Friday night as part of the N.C. Museum of Art’s winter series, “Dressed to Impress: Costumes and Character in the Movies.”
Jean Renoir’s “French Cancan” screens Friday night as part of the N.C. Museum of Art’s winter series, “Dressed to Impress: Costumes and Character in the Movies.” GAUMONT FILM COMPANY/CRITERION COLLECTION
Jean Renoir’s “French Cancan” screens Friday night as part of the N.C. Museum of Art’s winter series, “Dressed to Impress: Costumes and Character in the Movies.” GAUMONT FILM COMPANY/CRITERION COLLECTION

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