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Malle

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noun
Lou·is [loo-ee; French lwee], /ˈlu i; French lwi/, 1932–95, French film director.
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Malle
/ (French mal) /

noun
Louis. 1932–95, French film director: his films include Le Feu follet (1963), Au revoir les enfants (1987), and Vanya on 42nd Street (1994)
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