[Film de famille Boué : 1930, Maurice Régnier et sa mère - Angèle (grosse tête) - Fontaine Clémence Isaure]
Between September 1925 and June 1936, Jean Pailleret filmed his family and friends with a Pathé Baby 9.5 mm camera. The group is shown in intimate moments and through festive and collective scenes, encounters that exude conviviality and relaxation.
16 November 1930: Maurice Régnier, a railway inspector in Paris, and his mother visit the Pailleret family. Jean Pailleret took advantage of the occasion and took some scenes in front of the house in rue 1814 in Toulouse. It is the people's faces that interest him. Several close-ups rhythm the film, the camera trying to capture their expressions.
The next sequence shows the square of La Concorde, in front of the Clémence Isaure fountain, by the sculptor Léo Laporte-Blairsy.
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