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In her new film Potiche, Catherine Deneuve, born in 1943, plays a bourgeois housewife who turns into a career woman.
The film is set in 1977 and the costumes were designed by Pascaline Chavanne using Seventies fabrics.
In 1967 Catherine Deneuve played a bourgeois housewife who turned into a prostitute in Belle du Jour.
The wardrobe was designed by Yves Saint Laurent at his peak. The film was re-released in 1995 and the clothes were copied by Prada and many other designers.
Well worth renting the video and going to see the film: same star, similar fashion 43 years apart.
Here’s the trailer for Potiche:
Potiche is currently playing in the Bay Area at the following theaters (click on the links for showtimes):
2261 Fillmore Street, San Francisco
UA Stonestown Twin
501 Buckingham Way, San Francisco
2230 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley
Rafael Film Center
1118 4th Street, San Rafael