Trintignant, right, Aimee, Lelouch and his wife Marie-Sophie on May 12, 1986, at the 39th edition of the Cannes Film Festival.
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French director Claude Lelouch has started shooting a sequel to his classic romance "A Man and a Woman" with the same actors, 52 years after the original was a box office smash. The movie has gone down in film legend for its theme tune of the same name, with its "chabadabada, chabadabada" refrain.As well as its double Oscar victory, the original film won two Golden Globes and the Palme d'Or at the Cannes film festival.Trintignant returned from a 14-year retirement in 2012 to make the Oscar- and Palme d'Or-winning "Amour" after Austrian director Michael Haneke wrote the film for him.He revealed in July that he had prostate cancer, declaring that he never wanted to make another film.
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