Les Enfants du Paradis
Les Enfants du Paradis (Children of Paradise) is a French film. It was directed by Marcel Carné and released in 1945. It stars Arletty as a French courtesan named Garance. She is loved by four men: a street mime, an actor, a criminal, and an aristocrat. The story is set among the lower class theatres of Paris between 1820 and 1840. Garance is courted by four men but leaves them all because they will not allow her to love in her own way. The three hour film has been described as France's Gone with the Wind.