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dedicated to Cecile, age 18 in "Bonjour Tristesse" 1954 created by Francoise Sagan

This Dripping From My Broken Heart Is Never Running Dry
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For the collage of "dedicated to Cecile, age 18 in "Bonjour Tristesse" 1954 created by Francoise Sagan", the original photographies you can find here, there and everywhere.

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Cecile, age 18 is the heroine for the novel "Bonjour Tristesse" 1954 written by Francoise Sagan on her age 18 (about Francoise Sagan, refer to here).
[photos from left to right : the photo "Francoise Sagan, Paris, 1954 [Printed Later]" 1954 photo by Sabine Weiss and the first edition for the novel]

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The title of the novel is derived from the poem "A peine defiguree" on the book "La vie immediate" 1932 written by Paul Eluard, which begins with the lines "Adieu tristesse / Bonjour tristesse".
[photos from left to right : the photo "Portrait de Paul Eluard" 1932 photo by Man Ray and the first edition for the book]

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The novel tells the story on Cote d'Azur in the summer. In that time, Cecile's age was 17.
[photos from left to right : the photo "Cote d’Azur, France, 1959" 1959 photo by Elliott Erwitt and then photo "Cote d'Azur, Var, Saint Tropez, 1959" 1959 photo by Henri Cartier-Bresson]

The novel has been adapted in some creations. In the creations, many actress has been acted as Cecil.

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In the movie "Bonjour Tristesse" 1958 directed by Otto Preminger, Jean Seberg acted as Cecile, age 17.
[photos from left to right : the poster and one of the still photos for the movie and the photo "Francoise Sagan et son" 1958 photo by Burt Glinn]

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In the movie "Bonjour Tristesse" 1958 directed by Otto Preminger, Juliette Greco acted as herself sang the title song "Bonjour Tristesse" 1958 lyrics and music by Georges Auric for her album "1955/1959 Bonjour Tristesse" 1968.
[photos from left to right : the photo "Juliette Greco, singing the film's title song", the covers for the ep records and the covers for the album]

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In the tv movie "Bonjour tristesse" 1965 directed by Francois Chatel on 1ere chaine ORTF, Elizabeth Ercy acted as Cecile.
[photo : one of the still photos from the tv movie]

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In the tv drama "Kanashimiyo Konnnichiha : Bonjour tristesse" 1967 book by Yoko Tai directed by Takeshi Abe, on TBS, Eiko Azusa acted as Setsuko Asabuki, the heroine.
In this tv drama, the places where the film was set was Nasu Plateau in stead of Cote d'Azur.
[photo : one of the still photos from the tv drama]

In the radio drama "Bonjour tristesse" 1968 directed by Jean Maurel on Radio Luxembourg.
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The building Bonjour Tristesse, officially Wohnhaus Schlesisches Tor 1984 in Kreuzberg, Berlin, was designed by Alvaro Siza Vieira.
[photo : the photo "Postcard with view of Edificio de Apartamentos Bonjour Tristesse [Bonjour Tristesse residential complex], Berlin" ca. 1984 by Anonymous]

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For tv animated series "Maison Ikkoku" 1986 directed by Kazuo Yamazak on Fuji TV based on the comic "Maison Ikkoku" 1980 - 1987 written and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi on the semimonthly magazine "Big Comic Spirits , the theme song "Kanashimi Yo Konnichi Wa : Bonjour tristesse" 1986, lyrics by Yukinojo Mori, music by Koji Tamaki as the fifth single record for Yuki Saito and incorporate for her third album "Chime" 1986 was released.
[photos from left to right : the poster for the tv animated series and the cover of the single and the cover of the album]

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In tv movie "Bonjour tristesse" 1995 directed by Peter Kassovitz on France 2, Sarah Bertrand acted as Cecile.
[photos from left to right : the poster and one of the still photos from the tv movie]

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The ep "Bonjour Tristesse" 2011 conceptualized from the novel by Soufferance was released.

In the radio drama "Bonjour tristesse" 2014 directed by Laure Egoroff on Radio France, Clemence Poesy read aloud.
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The comic book "Bonjour tristesse" 2018 written and illustrated by Frederic Rebena was published by Rue de Sevres was released.
[photos from left to right : the book cover and one of the comic flames of the comic book]

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The words "This Dripping From My Broken Heart Is Never Running Dry" are taken from the lyrics of the song "Hello Sadness" 2011 from the album "Hello Sadness" 2011 by Los Campesinos!
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