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L'âme soeur

1999

Un film de Jean-Marie Bigard

Avec Jean-Marie Bigard, Yvonne Scio, Marina Tome

When some people fall in love it's forever. For Rémi and Valentina, it's forever and always and has been that way for 2000 years. For 2000 years, their paths have crossed on Earth, and for 2000 years they have ever been star-crossed lovers. They're alone in a world where the police would rather arrest the victims than the murderers, where the Church would like to strong-arm their affair into silence and where the criminals just won't leave their dead victims alone to live out their lives. Is this some sort of nightmare? No, a comedy of love, fun and the supernatural.
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affiche La 7eme compagnie au clair de lune
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La 7eme compagnie au clair de lune

1977

Un film de Robert Lamoureux

Avec Jean Lefebvre, Pierre Mondy, Henri Guybet

Occupied France. The three heroes of the 7th Company have been demobilized after their escape. Chief Choudard has gone back to his hardware store and invites his two former war buddies to visit. After a series of mishaps and perils, the three men unwittingly become members of the Resistance and manage to reach unoccupied France.
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Oublie-moi Mandoline

1976

Un film de Michel Wyn

Avec Bernard Menez, Marie-Hélène Breillat, Jean-Pierre Darras

Mandoline, an employee in advertizing agency, is seduced by a colleague and steals a secret file for him. The only problem is that the lovely girl has no idea how she is going to put the documents back into her boss's safe. Michel agrees to help her, but Mandoline makes careless blunder which makes things much harder.
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affiche Quelques messieurs trop tranquilles
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Quelques messieurs trop tranquilles

1973

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Renée Saint-Cyr, Jean Lefebvre, Michel Galabru

One fine day in a little village in France, a group of hippies show up and park their collapsible houses and noisy motorcycles on the green. At first the hippies are at loggerheads with the villagers, and the two groups often clash. But a murder and a birth precipitate events and spark off an astounding adventure for the whole village, which unites the peasants and hippies in a lasting friendship.
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affiche Faut pas prendre les enfants du bon dieu pour des canards sauvages
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Faut pas prendre les enfants du bon dieu pour des canards sauvages

1968

Un film de Michel Audiard

Avec Françoise Rosay, Marlène Jobert, Bernard Blier

Rita artfully uses her wiles to get money from men without chaining herself down. However, after a brilliant hold-up, Charles withholds her share. Rita stomps off to get help from her aunt, Lead Belly Léontine, a former underworld hellcat. A bizarre gold chase ensues with a swindler's free for all in a game entirely cooked up by Michel Audiard.
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affiche Le pacha
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Le pacha

1968

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Jean Gabin, Dany Carrel, Jean Gaven

Chief Inspector Joss is terribly cut up by the death of his partner Gouvion, who was killed during a hold-up. To avenge his friend, he devises the perfect frame-up: he lets two gangs in on the same job and then sits back as they kill each other off. Once the French underworld is cleaned out, Joss can rest content and retire.
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Fleur d'oseille

1967

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Mireille Darc, Anouk Ferjac, Henri Garcin

The police shoot and kill a wanted robber. His mistress Catherine, after having his baby, goes to a home for single mothers where the police, his accomplices, and a rival gang show up, all in pursuit of the money. Catherine doesn't know anything or so she says. But she tells another boarder about a secret hiding place. The two women take their babies and go off to find the stash.
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affiche Un idiot à Paris
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Un idiot à Paris
Idiot in Paris

1967

Un film de Serge Korber

Avec Dany Carrel, Jean Lefebvre, Bernard Blier

Goubi, an artless fellow, lives in a village in the Allier and dreams of seeing Paris. A mean joke lands him in a truck which dumps him in the capital in the middle of the night. Lost in the city streets, he innocently takes up with a prostitute called La Fleur and gets hauled off to the Latin Quarter by a student. Arrested for desorder, Goubi meets La Fleur at the police station and a great love is born. Based on René Fallet's novel.
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Ne nous fachons pas

1966

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Lino Ventura, Jean Lefebvre, Mireille Darc

The ex-gangster, Antoine Berreto, has decided to lead a quiet, honest life. One day, two former accomplices, who were conned out of 40,000 francs, come to borrow the same amount from Antoine as he can easily get the money back from a certain Michalon. After settling the deal, Antoine goes to the thief's home in Nice and lands in the middle of gang war. The clash is dynamite!
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