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affiche Un amour en Allemagne
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Un amour en Allemagne

1983

Un film de Andrzej Wajda

Avec Hanna Schygulla, Marie-Christine Barrault, Armin Mueller-Stahl

Brombach, 1941, Paulina, a small shop-keeper and married mother, falls in love with a Polish war prisoner. In Germany at the time, it was forbidden to have sex with foreigners. One day Paulina sends her lover a letter which is recovered by the Gestapo. Stanislaw is arrested and hanged because he refused to accept Aryan status. Adapted from Rolf Hochhuth's novel, Andrzej Wadja's film is a vivid protest against all forms of intolerance.
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Qu'est-ce qui fait courir David ?

1982

Un film de Elie Chouraqui

Avec Charles Aznavour, Nicole Garcia, Francis Huster

David is a 30-year-old director. He writes a screenplay about his Jewish origins, his childhood, and his family. But after reading the script, his mistress leaves him, finding him narcissistic.
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affiche Mon premier amour
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Mon premier amour

1978

Un film de Elie Chouraqui

Avec Anouk Aimée, Richard Berry, Gabriele Ferzetti

Richard suddenly learns that his mother is dying from leukemia. Leaving his mistress, he becomes desperately attached to his mother. He realizes, too late, how much they love each other.
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Le gang des otages

1973

Un film de Edouard Molinaro

Avec Bulle Ogier, Daniel Cauchy, Gilles Segal

Gilbert Nordier is out of jail and back into the fray of assaults, robberies and getaways. He raids supermarkets and tax offices with his two accomplices: his wife, Liliane, a former prostitute, and Serge, a gangster. Their depravity stops short of nothing, not even murder. They are arrested again, but Liliane, out on bail, masterminds a spectacular breakout from the courtroom. Taking the judge hostage, the gang runs away for the last time.
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affiche Les maries de l'an deux
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Les maries de l'an deux

1971

Un film de Jean-Paul Rappeneau

Avec Jean-Paul Belmondo, Marlène Jobert, Laura Antonelli

Nicolas Philibert wants to divorce Charlotte so he can marry a rich heiress in America. So he goes back to France, but the minute he sets foot in the country, he is whisked into the frenzied whirlwind of the revolution. During his ramblings he finally finds his wife Charlotte. They immediately resume their old quarrels and end up by getting a divorce amid mayhem. An epic fresco pervaded with love and tenderness.
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affiche Le plus vieux metier du monde
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Le plus vieux metier du monde

1967

Un film de Franco Indovina, Mauro Bolognini, Philippe de Broca, Michael Pfleghar, Claude Autant-Lara, Jean-Luc Godard

Avec Michèle Mercier, Enrico-Maria Salerno, Gabriele Tinti

From prehistory to an imagined future, several shorts stories depict the livelihood of the women who, across the ages, have peddled their charms, plying their trade with diabolical cleverness and imagination.
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affiche Quand passent les faisans
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Quand passent les faisans

1965

Un film de Edouard Molinaro

Avec Paul Meurisse, Bernard Blier, Jean Lefebvre

Larsan Bellac, a high class con artist, hires two sleazy gangsters to help him with his next operation. Thanks to his brains and skill, the threesome rip off a wealthy public works contractor. But a rich widow falls in love with the smart con man, takes him to her castle and steals the loot. Bellac is so disgusted that he takes French leave just before the berserk contractor shows up and wreaks a grisly revenge.
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affiche Les plus belles escroqueries du monde
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Les plus belles escroqueries du monde

1964

Un film de Hiromichi Horikawa, Roman Polanski, Ugo Gregoretti, Claude Chabrol, Jean-Luc Godard

Avec Jean-Pierre Cassel, Francis Blanche, Catherine Deneuve

In Marrakech, a man makes counterfeit money to help the poor. In Tokyo, a clever geisha inveigles money from her admirers. In Amsterdam, a high-flying thief attempts to steal a diamond necklace. In Naples, a pimp makes his protegees marry the old men in a home. In Paris, two conmen sell the Eiffel tower to a German tourist. Based on partially true events, each story recounts a sensational swindle.
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Bande a part

1964

Un film de Jean-Luc Godard

Avec Anna Karina, Claude Brasseur, Sami Frey

Odile tells her friends, Frantz and Arthur, how her uncle cheating the tax authorities hid an important amount of money. Frantz and Arthur decide to steal it. But things backfire and they only end up with a small amount. Arthur is killed, the uncle takes back his money while Frantz leaves with Odile for South America.
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affiche Les amoureux du France
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Les amoureux du France

1964

Un film de François Reichenbach, Pierre Grimblat

Avec Olivier Despax, Marie-France Pisier, Maria Grazia Buccella

Faced with impending ruin, Duke Dorante gets together with a rich American businessman and arranges to send his son Oliver on the SS France with the American's daughter, Sylvia. But Olivier is disinclined to embark on a command romantic cruise, so he switches places with his gamekeeper. Sylvia does the same thing, and takes on her secretary's identity. An updated, freely adapted version of Marivaux's "The Game of Love and Chance".
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Les sept péchés capitaux 1962

1962

Un film de Sylvain Dhomme, Edouard Molinaro, Philippe de Broca, Jacques Demy, Jean-Luc Godard, Roger Vadim, Claude Chabrol

Avec Marie-José Nat, Dany Saval, Eddie Constantine

The young directors of New Wave cinema illustrate the seven deadly sins with their own special stamp.
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