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French film attains 'Paradise'

A word about movie length: Every moviegoer has experienced the extraordinary deceleration of time that occurs when one is compelled to sit through an indescribably bad film, shifting one's weight as the minutes crawl laboriously along. Likewise, every moviegoer knows the uncanny cessation of time that occurs when a film is so completely absorbing that the viewer can scarcely believe, upon leaving the theater, that day has turned into night in the interval.

Rest assured that the latter is true of Marcel Carn