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The merry widow

2008

Un film de Isabelle Mergault

Avec Michèle Laroque, Jacques Gamblin, Wladimir Yordanoff

Anne-Marie has just lost her husband in a car crash. She is free at last to love the man she has been seeing in secret for the past two years! But she didn't expect her well-meaning family would stay on to help her through her grief. She now finds herself even more trapped than when she was married...
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Je vous trouve très beau
You are so handsome

2006

Un film de Isabelle Mergault

Avec Michel Blanc, Medeea Marinescu, Wladimir Yordanoff

Aymé, a farmer, has a hard time to recover from his wife's death. He was not that much attached to her but she was quite a handy worker. Since she's dead, Aymé can't cope with the domestic works: the dishes piled up, the housework is not done, well ... he urgently needs a wife. But to meet a woman in an isolated village is not that easy. Aymé decides to have recourse to a matrimonial agency. When she understands Aymé is not looking for love but for a housekeeper, the manager of the agency proposes him to go to Romania where girls are up to everything to leave the misery they live in behind. In Romania, he meets Elena. Aymé ignores that leaving for Romania, he will bring back more than he was looking for there.
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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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Danton

1983

Un film de Andrzej Wajda

Avec Gérard Depardieu, Wojtek Pszoniak, Alain Mace

Andrzej Wajda chose to depict the dread winter of the French Revolution. In September 1793, the committee of Public Safety set up by Robespierre, instigates the Reign of Terror. The spread of famine spurs revolt and heads start to roll. Danton returns to Paris and challenges Robespierre. The clash between the two strong tempered men and their irreconcilable policies is enhanced by Gérard Depardieu and Wojciech Pszoniak's remarkable performances.
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