French Star Alain Delon Fights the French Monarchy under a double Mask of Vengeance in Christian Jaque’s screen adaptation of Alexander Dumas’ Adventurous Novel “La Tulipe Noir” aka “The Black Tulip”.
Le Tulip Noir starring Alain Delon, Virna Lisi directed by Christian Jaque (1964)
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Alain Delon stars as twin brothers in Christian-Jaque’s film based on a novel from Alexandre Dumas. Set in 18th century France during rumblings of revolution, Guillaume De Saint-Preux is the legendary Black Tulip, battling for the people against the monarchy. In reality, he is not much more than a self-serving thief who steals from the rich in the name of the people, but keeps it for himself rather than giving to those in need. After his face is scarred to mark him as a bandit, he enlists the aid of his identical twin, Julien, to carry on his work. Unfortunately for him, Julien is a revolutionary at heart and the ensuing events are nowhere close to Guillaume’s expectations.
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