Un long dimanche de fiançailles

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Un long dimanche de fiançailles movie poster.

Movie (2004)
Also known as: A Very Long Engagement

Audrey Tautou (Mathilde Donnay)
Gaspard Ulliel (Manech Langonnet)
Dominique Pinon (Sylvain)
Clovis Cornillac (Benoît Notre-Dame)

Mathilde and Manech are friends since their youngest days. They eventually become engaged when the Great War calls Manech to his duty. But when Mathilde reads the death of Manech, she knows it's wrong despite the lines written by the War Ministry. She starts an enquiry, meeting all the infantry men that could have fought alongside Manech.

Boeing-Stearman Model 75

Reg. F-AZMZ, a Boeing-Stearman Model 75 c/n 75.5A.98 acting as an "Albatros".

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The rudder looks like to the Breguet XIV's one because the aircraft was used some years before to act in this role.

ULDdF Stearman2.png

Unidentified Aircraft

What seems to be a mock up of a crashed Fokker (which one ?).

ULDdF crash.png

French Balloon

Computer Modified Image of the Airship Hangar at Meudon which is closed to public due to poor state but under restoration. Look at the discussion tab.

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Unidentified dirigible

A dirigible (red circle) is seen flying over the Trocadero Palace (1878-1935).
Despite action takes place in the aftermath of the World War One, this dirigible has a shape like those of the thirties (Dixmude and Méditerrannée -of the twenties- don't suit well).

ULDdF dirigible.png

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