Barbara Sukowa

actress, “Two of Us”

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“Two of Us” is a new french film about two older women, Nina and Madeleine, who live in France and are in love.

Barbara Sukowa on ‘Two of Us,’ a French film about aging women in love

“Two of Us” is a new french film about two older women, Nina and Madeleine, who live in France and are in love.

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