Nouvelle Vague

  1. an art movement in French cinema in the 1960s
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  • But the term "garagiste" has become established in the same way that "nouvelle cuisine" and "nouvelle vague" did. The First Taste of 2009
  • Drawing on various tropes from the French Nouvelle Vague of the '50s and '60s, the 22-year-old Dolan tells a tale of Montrealer 20-somethings and their fractured threesome -- well, that is, an imaginary one. Brad Balfour: Films in Review: Two of the Next Generation for Francophiles
  • Or maybe it's a racy nouvelle vague number, all headscarves and bicycles made for two.
  • So, though I'll still be working my way through the Nouvelle Vague canon, and am likely to go and see Troy, I will, henceforth, sometimes be found munching chaat in front of a three-hour musical epic from Bombay.
  • Nouvelle Vague" is usually translated "new wave" in English and "bossa nova" in Portuguese, so Collin and Libaux, inspired by this noncoincidence, hired a slew of young French chanteuses to deliver breezy, Brazilian-style readings of punk and new-wave songs. Chicago Reader
  • Nouvelle Vague really changed things," explains Reid, "they covered well-known tunes in a quirky, downbeat style.
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