People: Mar. 3, 1986

"If in 20 years we're not mad at each other, we'll do a sequel," declared French Director Claude Lelouch, after winning a 1966 Cannes Film Festival award for his classic romance, A Man and a Woman. Well, the time has passed, and they are not mad at each other. Lelouch has just finished A Man and a Woman: 20 Years Later, which is scheduled for release this spring. "Give me some time, I'll call you in six months," Anouk Aimee told Jean-Louis Trintignant at the close of the first film. Somehow she didn't, and neither did he. But when they finally...

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