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affiche Les possedes
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Les possedes

1988

Un film de Andrzej Wajda

Avec Isabelle Huppert, Jutta Lampe, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu

In a provincial Russian town circa 1870, a group of mystic revolutionaries have decided to overthrow the old order. Lead by a cynical, heinous chief, they have pledged soul and body to a Messiah, the sinister Stavroguine, a decadent exalted aristocrat. Dostoievski's The Possessed and their reign of terror over a town.
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affiche Twist again a Moscou
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Twist again a Moscou

1986

Un film de Jean-Marie Poiré

Avec Philippe Noiret, Christian Clavier, Martin Lamotte

In Russia, a young dissident and his sweetheart, a famous rock n' roll singer are wanted by the K.G.B.. They ask Igor, a rich well-to-do who has been put in charge of a grand hotel in Moscow by the Party, for help and protection. Meanwhile, a finicky inspector has been charged with investigating the bizarre management of the establishment. A frenzy of bedlam and unintentional gags ensue, climaxing in mayhem.
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affiche Je hais les acteurs
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Je hais les acteurs

1986

Un film de Gérard Krawczyk

Avec Jean Poiret, Michel Blanc, Bernard Blier

Hollywood, 1942: the assassination of three actors playing in a movie being shot at the Empire Studios throws the whole production topsy-turvy. The producer hands the investigation over to his screenwriters who immediately come up with a list of suspects. In the end, a reporter resolves the mystery and unmasks the murderer disguised as a fakir. An adaptation of Ben Hecht's famous novel.
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Eugenio

1981

Un film de Luigi Comencini

Avec Saverio Marconi, Dalila Di Lazzaro, Bernard Blier

Eugenio has been living with his grand mother since his parents' separation. He is supposed to go to London with his father, Giancarlo, but on the way out to the airport, the boy keeps annoying the driver who, in exasperation, abandons the ten year old on the roadside. The police is alerted. During the search for their son, Giancarlo and Fernanda, Eugenio's mother, relive their past. They realize they were never parents to their son.
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affiche Le grand blond avec une chaussure noire
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Le grand blond avec une chaussure noire
The tall blond man with one black shoe

1972

Un film de Yves Robert

Avec Pierre Richard, Bernard Blier, Jean Rochefort

Bernard Milan covets Louis Toulouse's job - director of a secret service. To get rid of his overly ambitious assistant, Toulouse sends Milan off on a wild goose chase after a dangerous spy who is in fact just an ordinary Joe. So Milan starts shadowing François Perrin, an absent-minded violinist. This odd game of espionage entraps the three men in a web of hilarious situations as they go from one surprise to the next.
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Laisse aller c'est une valse

1971

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Jean Yanne, Mireille Darc, Michel Constantin

As he is leaving prison Serge is captured by hoods, who want to know where his loot is hidden. His pal Michel saves him from their clutches, and Serge can go back to his lovely wife. The three escape and go to get the jewels, but their plan backfires, they are arrested again. However the police inspector has something else in mind and does not take them back to jail. A thrilling gangster film spoof tinged with grim humor.
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affiche Le cri du cormoran le soir au-dessus des jonques
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Le cri du cormoran le soir au-dessus des jonques

1971

Un film de Michel Audiard

Avec Michel Serrault, Bernard Blier, Paul Meurisse

Alfred is asked to play dead by a criminal gang, headed by a certain Mister K., so they can use his corpse to smuggle diamonds into Istanbul. Alfred refuses to go along the plan and escapes Mr. K.'s gang only to be captured by the bandit Kruger who wants to get his hands on the jacket with the hidden diamonds. Alfred is just a plaything kidnapped first by one gang and then by the other in a merry-go-round of lost and found. The police eventually get wind of what is going on and save Alfred.
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affiche Le distrait
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Le distrait

1970

Un film de Pierre Richard

Avec Pierre Richard, Bernard Blier, Maria Pacôme

Pierre Malaquet is absent-minded and has a vivid imagination tinged with grim humour. His mother gets him a job with an advertising agency where his blunders keep making the headlines. Meanwhile Pierre realizes he loves his boss's secretary. The boss uses the opportunity to send the troublesome genius and his sweetheart to an unsuspecting colleague in the United States.
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affiche Elle boit pas, elle fume pas, elle drague pas mais elle cause
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Elle boit pas, elle fume pas, elle drague pas mais elle cause

1970

Un film de Michel Audiard

Avec Annie Girardot, Bernard Blier, Mireille Darc

Georgette's job as a cleaning woman has enabled her to ferret out the secrets of her three employers. She knows that Lethouard is overly fond of the ladies, that he steals and will even commit murder on occasion. Georgette has found out that Francine used to take part in orgies when she was underage, that Cibergue, the director of the church club is a vaudeville drag queen. But Georgette talks nineteen to the dozen and unwittingly sparks off a wave of blackmail between the three characters.
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affiche Mon oncle Benjamin ou L'homme à l'habit rouge
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Mon oncle Benjamin ou L'homme à l'habit rouge

1969

Un film de Edouard Molinaro

Avec Jacques Brel, Claude Jade, Rosy Varte

Benjamin Rathery is a XVIIIth century libertine, country doctor and big drinker. He is a carefree anti-conformist who scandalizes his family and the bourgeoisie but who is the delight of peasants and shepherdesses. Benjamin's liaisons and outlandish mishaps finally lead him to happiness with the divine Mamette.
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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 fou du labo 4
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Le fou du labo 4

1967

Un film de Jacques Besnard

Avec Jean Lefebvre, Maria Latour, Bernard Blier

Beauchard, who works for a gang specialized in industrial espionage, wants to get his hands on a new laughing gas which professor Eugène Ballanchon has just discovered. A beautiful girl is instructed to pry the secret formula from the scientist. However as Eugène doesn't fall for her tricks, Beauchard decides to kidnap him. The situation goes from bad to worst but comedy prevails in this adventure-filled spy film spoof.
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affiche Peau d'espion
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Peau d'espion

1967

Un film de Edouard Molinaro

Avec Louis Jourdan, Senta Berger, Bernard Blier

Charles Beaulieu, a former officer who served in Algeria, agrees to work for the Secret Service and shadow a publisher suspected of being an agent for Beijing. Indeed, the publisher is planning to send a French scientist to a Chinese laboratory and Beaulieu is ordered to kill the scientist. However Beaulieu realizes the odds are stacked against him when he discovers the publisher has been manipulating him.
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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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affiche Le grand restaurant
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Le grand restaurant

1966

Un film de Jacques Besnard

Avec Louis de Funès, Bernard Blier, Maria-Rosa Rodriguez

A South American head of state mysteriously vanishes during a dinner at the Grand Restaurant. The owner of the restaurant, Mister Septime, is a prime suspect. An organization of treacherous terrorists, hot on the trail of the missing politician, takes over the restaurant where a fabulous game of hide-and-seek pits the police against reporters and Septime's staff. A comedy fringing on the burlesque with Louis de Funès.
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