The late French helmer Claude Miller, whose swan song, "Therese Desqueyroux," closed the recent Cannes fest, reminisces about his career, in TV-style (and length) docu "Claude M Loves the Cinema." Writer-director Emmanuel Barnault lets a handful of collaborators and friends deliver unconnected soundbites about Miller, who worked for Bresson, Godard and Truffaut before moving to directing. But the freewheeling recollections of the maestro himself, in one of his last extensive interviews, are the pic's strongest suit.
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