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Post by fear of 13 » March 11th, 2019, 3:34 am

Lots of amazing images in those Rollin films with limited sets and special effects.

Nice reminder that big budgets are not needed to create great horror films.

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Post by jdidaco » March 11th, 2019, 3:36 am

(Gif/screenshot from 'Les petits matins' & 'L'Italien des Roses'),

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36. Les malheurs de Sophie (The Misfortunes of Sophie, Jacqueline Audry, 1946) 8.5/10
37. Mitsou ou Comment l'esprit vient aux filles... (Mitsou, Jacqueline Audry, 1956) 7.5/10
38. Les petits matins (Hitch-Hike, Jacqueline Audry, 1962) 7.5/10
39. Les fêtes galantes (The Lace Wars, René Clair, 1965) 7.5/10
40. 1 homme de trop (Shock Troops, Costa-Gavras, 1967) 7.5/10
41. Les camisards (The French Calvinists, René Allio, 1972) 9.5/10
42. L'Italien des Roses (The Italian of the Roses, Charles Matton, 1972) 9/10

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1. La cigarette (The Cigarette, Germaine Dulac, 1919) 8/10
2. Le diable dans la ville (The Devil in the City, Germaine Dulac, 1925) 7/10
3. La coquille et le clergyman (The Seashell and the Clergyman, Germaine Dulac, 1928) 10/10 (RV) (41-minute restoration seen for the first time)
4. Je t'attendrai (Three Hours, Léonide Moguy, 1939) 9/10
5. Patrouille sans espoir/Patrouille de choc (Shock Patrol, Claude Bernard-Aubert, 1957) 9/10
6. L'ironie du sort (The Irony of Chance, Édouard Molinaro, 1974) 9/10
7. Charlie Bravo (Claude Bernard-Aubert, 1980) 8/10
8. Chassé-croisé (Arielle Dombasle, 1982) 7.5/10
9. Liberté, la nuit (Liberty at Night, Philippe Garrel, 1984) 9/10
10. Opium (Arielle Dombasle, 2013) 6/10
11-12. La défense du drapeau (Alexandre Promio, 1897) 6/10 (1 min), Les enfants de France et de la guerre (Children of France During the War, Henri Desfontaines, 1918) 8/10 (33 min), Disque 957 (Germaine Dulac, 1928) 7/10 (5 min), Danses espagnoles (Germaine Dulac, 1928) 7/10 (7 min), Thèmes et variations (Themes and Variations, Germaine Dulac, 1928) 8.5/10 (10 min) (RV), Étude cinégraphique sur une arabesque (Arabesque, Germaine Dulac, 1929) 9/10 (8 min), Le retour à la vie (The Return to Life, Germaine Dulac & Jean Brérault & François Mauch, 1936) 6/10 (11 min), Le bijou indiscret (The Indiscreet Jewel, Arielle Dombasle, 2008) 4/10 (19 min), Le discours d'acceptation glorieux de Nicolas Chauvin (The Glorious Acceptance of Nicolas Chauvin, Benjamin Crotty, 2018) 8.5/10 (26 min) (Total: 120 min)
13. Peau de pêche (Peach Skin, Marie Epstein & Jean Benoît-Lévy, 1929) 8.5/10
14. Mélo (The Dreamy Mouth, Paul Czinner, 1932) 10/10 (l)
15. La banque Nemo (Nemo's Bank, Marguerite Viel, 1934) 7.5/10
16. Gibraltar (It Happened in Gibraltar, Fyodor Otsep, 1938) 8/10
17. La verte moisson (Green Harvest, François Villiers, 1959) 8.5/10
18. Martin Soldat (Soldier Martin, Michel Deville, 1966) 9/10
19. Le voleur de crimes (Crime Thief, Nadine Trintignant, 1969) 7.5/10
20. L'hiver (Winter, Marcel Hanoun, 1969) 9/10
21. Le soldat Laforêt (Laforet the Soldier, Guy Cavagnac, 1972) 9/10
22. Au long de rivière Fango (Along the Fango River, Sotha (Catherine Signaux), 1975) 7.5/10
23-24. Frivolités (René Le Hénaff, 1929) 8/10 (11 min), Holy Smoke! (Walerian Borowczyk, 1963) 7/10 (10 min), Le dictionnaire de Joachim (Joachim's Dictionary, Walerian Borowczyk, 1966) 8.5/10 (9 min), Le phonographe (The Phonograph, Walerian Borowczyk, 1969) 8/10 (6 min), U.S.S. (Alain Montesse, 1970) 10/10 (30 min) (l) , Le revoeil (The Dreaming Eye, Jean-Christophe Villard, 1980) 7/10 (2 min), Le château du parking (Vincent Monluc & Cabu, 1987) 7/10 (8 min), Étude pour Déserts (Alain Montesse, 1987) 8.5/10 (24 min), Aurore (Marc Hurtado & Éric Hurtado, 1989) 9/10 (20 min) (Total: 120 min)
25. Port-Arthur (I Give My Life, Nicolas Farkas, 1936) 7.5/10
26. Le mensonge de Nina Petrovna (The Lie of Nina Petrovna, Viktor Tourjansky, 1937) 10/10 (l)
27. Le repas des fauves (Champagne for Savages, Christian-Jaque, 1964) 8.5/10
28. Des journées entières dans les arbres (Entire Days in the Trees, Marguerite Duras, 1977) 9/10
29. Jeux d'artifices (Wayward Games, Virginie Thévenet, 1987) 8.5/10
30. Parfait amour! (Perfect Love, Catherine Breillat, 1996) 8/10
31-35. Voyage à travers le cinéma français (Bertrand Tavernier, 2017–2018) 9.5/10

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Post by St. Gloede » March 11th, 2019, 8:21 am

8. Coeur de lilas / Lilac (1932, Anatole Litvak) 5.5/6/10

9. Acéphale (1969, Patrick Deval) 5/10

10. Tire au flanc / The Sad Sack (1928, Jean Renoir) 6/10

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Costa Gavras's debut and follow-up:
I finally got around to watching Costa-Gavras's first two films; the two films he made immediately before Z, which of course cemented him as one of the best directors working. While I love Costa-Gavras' methodical movements and even place him on my all-time favorite directors list, these two films somehow never climbed to the top of my watchlist.

11. Compartiment tueurs / The Sleeping Car Murders (1965, Costa-Gavras)
The first thing that struck me was just lazy/easy each piece of the film was set up. It is really nothing but a piece of pulp. From arch-typical 2-dimensional character, like the sleazeball who sweats, cop who smokes, etc. to the "all over the place" plot structure designed around a convoluted whodunit. What is so incredibly surreal here is who is playing the roles. In already his very first film he is having Piccoli, Trintignant, Signoret and Montand in these lazy roles. You would almost think it would be sarcastic, but it is not. It is as straight as a whistle. Add a little more sleaze and you'd think it was a French precursor to giallo - and a well enough directed one at that. As such it is a very confusing experience, you are wondering how he got the talent, noticing his talent as a director (as everything is reasonably well done), getting annoyed by the lazy plot and trying to just watch it as the good enough thriller it is. I have to say that if I had seen this first I would have seen none of the promise Costa-Gavras was to display later in his career. 6/10.

12. Un homme de trop / Shock Troops (1967, Costa-Gavras)
We can start, from the very beginning, to see hints of what Costa-Gavras would later be able to do. Staging a daring rescue of prisoners in Nazi occupied France, he takes us from room to room as the resistance fighters get closer to their targets, and then make their way back out. It is however not done with the same cold tension as he would come to be associated. This is a film which really feels like it should have been his debut. It has many shortcomings in terms of character presentation and plotting which, with a steadier hand, would not have been weaknesses - but finally, a thoroughly good work, and a clear indication that he was capable of greater feats. 7/10.

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Post by cinephage » March 11th, 2019, 2:32 pm

04. Le mystère Henri Pick, by Rémi Bezançon (2019) 7,5/10

A litterary investigation, with very entertaining casting...

05. La ville des pirates, de Raoul Ruiz (1983) 7,5/10

Surreal, yet scary and meaningful, bloody and sad... A very strong movie by Raoul Ruiz.
Démons et merveilles (03)Show
01. Conte d'été, by Eric Rohmer (1996) 5/10
02. La Pointe-Courte, by Agnes Varda (1955) 6,5/10
03. Qu'est-ce qu'on a encore fait au Bon Dieu ? by Philippe de Chauveron (2019) 7/10

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Post by clemmetarey » March 11th, 2019, 4:20 pm

3. La meilleure façon de marcher (Miller, 1976) 5/10
Worth a watch for fans of psychological bullying type of films.

4. Sauve qui peut (la vie) (Godard, 1980) 7/10

5. L'inhumaine (L'Herbier, 1924) 7/10
Those who love impressionist settings will surely enjoy this film, a absolute visual feast for two hours.

6. Les glaneurs et la glaneuse (Varda, 2000) 8/10
I wasn't expecting to enjoy it as much, but I love the french countryside in films so it certainly helped. :D
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1. L'amour l'après-midi (Rohmer, 1972) 6/10
2. Bonjour sourire! (Sautet, 1956) 4/10
3. La meilleure façon de marcher (Miller, 1976) 5/10
4. Sauve qui peut (la vie) (Godard, 1980) 7/10
5. L'inhumaine (L'Herbier, 1924) 7/10
6. Les glaneurs et la glaneuse (Varda, 2000) 8/10

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Post by albajos » March 11th, 2019, 7:49 pm

03. Pas sur la bouche (2003) France | Switzerland 2 official lists 201 checks

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01. Indochine (1992)
02. La nuit américaine (1973)
03. Pas sur la bouche (2003)

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02. La nuit américaine (1973)
01. Indochine (1992)
03. Pas sur la bouche (2003)

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02. La nuit américaine (1973) 17
01. Indochine (1992) 2
03. Pas sur la bouche (2003) 2

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02. La nuit américaine (1973) 4 033
01. Indochine (1992) 931
03. Pas sur la bouche (2003) 201

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Post by hurluberlu » March 11th, 2019, 7:54 pm

24. L'affaire SK1 (Frédéric Tellier, 2014) 7+
Captivating police hunt of a serial killer/rapist active in Paris in the 90s, based on real, harrowing events.
25. Les Cowboys (Thomas Bidegain, 2015) 7
26. Hatred / Mollenard (Robert Siodmak, 1938) 7+

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1. La Pointe-Courte (Agnès Varda, 1955) [Directed by Women] 8-
2. The Proud and the Beautiful / Les Orgueilleux (Yves Allégret, Rafael E. Portas, 1953) 6
3. Life and Nothing But / La Vie et Rien d'autre (Bertrand Tavernier, 1982) [War] 7
4. Read My Lips / Sur mes lèvres (Jacques Audiard, 2001) 6+
5. 35 Shots of Rum / 35 rhums (Claire Denis, 2008) [Directed by Women] 7
6. Le Boucher (Claude Chabrol, 1970) 8-
7. The Thief of Paris / Le Voleur (Louis Malle, 1967) 7
8. The Cigarette / La Cigarette (Germaine Dulac, 1919) [Directed by Women] 7-
9. Jacquot de Nantes (Agnès Varda, 1991) [Directed by Women] 7-
10. Look at Me / Comme Une Image (Agnès Jaoui, 2004) [Directed by Women] 6
11. Coco Before Chanel / Coco avant Chanel (Anne Fontaine, 2009) [Directed by Women] 6+
12. Climax (Gaspard Noé, 2018) 5-
13. Keep an Eye Out / Au poste! (Quentin Dupieux, 2018) 7-
14. Thieves / Les Voleurs (André Téchiné, 1996) 7+
15. Mektoub, My Love: Canto Uno (Abdellatif Kechiche, 2017) 5+
16. Clérambard (Yves Robert, 1969) 6
17. Moka (Frédéric Mermoud, 2016) 7-
18. Les Tourmentes (Pierre-Yves Vandeweerd, 2014) 6+
19. Comme un Avion (Bruno Podalydès, 2015) 7
20. The Blood of a Poet / Le sang d'un poète (Jean Cocteau, 1932) 7+
21. BPM (Beats Per Minute) / 120 battements par minute (Robin Campillo, 2017) 8
22. Just Before Nightfall / Juste avant la Nuit (Claude Chabrol, 1971) 6+
23. A Song of Love / Un chant d'amour (Jean Genet, 1950) 7+
#JeSuisCharlie Liberté, Liberté chérie !

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Post by Lonewolf2003 » March 11th, 2019, 10:46 pm

6. L'amour d'une femme [The Love of a Woman] (1953): 8.0 - I guess I should have watched this last Friday, because this early feminist movie about a single female doctor who has to chose between her career and the man she loves, (which one is the love of the title? Get it? ;) ), was way ahead of its time in its progressive message. That the movie stil engages now, is a testament to Grémillon’s directing and Micheline Presle‘s acting skills. This is a very ambigious drama in which we both feel sad for the loss of her love, but also glad for her future happiness in her professional career. The movie is bolstered by being shot mostly on location, showing life on a Breton island in the 50s.
This was to be Grémillon‘s last feature film, but my first of him.
Watching some French movies chronologicShow
1. Nikita [La femme Nikita] (1990) (rewatch): 8.5 > 8.5
2. Le roman de Renard (1930): 6.5
3. Être et avoir (2002) (rewatch): 9.5 > 8.5
4. Napoléon vu par Abel Gance (1927): 9.5
5. Les croix de bois [Wooden Crosses] (1932): 8.2

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Post by sebby » March 11th, 2019, 11:17 pm

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Post by AB537 » March 12th, 2019, 1:56 am

5. Cousin Cousine (Jean-Charles Tacchella, 1975)

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Post by morrison-dylan-fan » March 12th, 2019, 2:29 am

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“A good Shepard must return to his flock.”


FTV:10: Voyage Surprise (1947) 9

The third and final time he would work with his brother Jacques, co-writer/director Pierre Prevert & cinematographer Jean Bourgoin travel with a fuelled optimism from post- WWII France, gazed at in a dazzling kaleidoscope symphony of classical music and sweeping tracking shots following the passengers on their journey. Rolling into the surreal, Pierre gives each pit stop the travellers make humorous stylish flourishes flowing from the ramshackle, rickety bus ride, to a cheeky escapade to the SOS Hurricane bedroom in the old Verdeau's whorehouse. Adapting Andre Gillois and Jean Nohain’s novel for their last team-up, (joined by co-writer Claude Accursi) brothers Pierre and Jacques Prevert unveil an absolutely magical mystery tour. Drawing each traveller with refined poetic dialogue, which along with being playfully comedic,also reflects the excitement of freedom in France. Spinning the wheel to various destinations, the writers heighten each visit with a striking fantasy twist, which makes set-pieces such as the priest unintentionally hyping the voyage, and a soaring performance from the gang being mistaken for a theatrical troupe, as they all step aboard for a voyage surprise.

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Post by peeptoad » March 12th, 2019, 12:28 pm

5. Lèvres de sang (1975) Lips of Blood 8 (best Rollin I've seen yet...)
French twists...Show
*rewatch

1. J'irai comme un cheval fou (1973) I Will Walk Like a Crazy Horse 8
2. Malevil (1981) 5
3. Frustration (1971) The Chambermaid's Dream 7
4. Les raisins de la mort (1978) The Grapes of Death 7*

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Post by shugs » March 12th, 2019, 8:19 pm

4. No Man's Land (Danis Tanovic, 2001) - 8/10
Not really sure if this should count for the challenge.
5. Joyeux Noël (Christian Carion, 2005) - 7.5/10
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1. Mauvais Sang aka Bad Blood (Leos Carax, 1986) - 5/10
2. Tomboy (Céline Sciamma, 2011) - 9/10
3. Bob le flambeur (Jean-Pierre Melville, 1956) - 5/10

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Post by albajos » March 12th, 2019, 8:59 pm

04. White Material (2009) France | Cameroon 4 official lists 1 140 checks [triple]
05. Bande de filles (2014) France 1 official list 709 checks [double]

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05. Bande de filles (2014)
01. Indochine (1992)
02. La nuit américaine (1973)
03. Pas sur la bouche (2003)
04. White Material (2009)

Year
02. La nuit américaine (1973)
01. Indochine (1992)
03. Pas sur la bouche (2003)
04. White Material (2009)
05. Bande de filles (2014)

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02. La nuit américaine (1973) 17
04. White Material (2009) 4
01. Indochine (1992) 2
03. Pas sur la bouche (2003) 2
05. Bande de filles (2014) 1

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02. La nuit américaine (1973) 4 033
04. White Material (2009) 1 140
01. Indochine (1992) 931
05. Bande de filles (2014) 709
03. Pas sur la bouche (2003) 201

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Post by 72allinncallme » March 12th, 2019, 9:19 pm

4. Sobibór, 14 octobre 1943, 16 heures (2001) (l)
5. Liberté, la nuit (1984)
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1. Flandres (2006)
2. Elle (2016)
3. Les petites guerres (1982)
4. Sobibór, 14 octobre 1943, 16 heures (2001) (l)
5. Liberté, la nuit (1984)

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Post by morrison-dylan-fan » March 13th, 2019, 2:21 am

FTV:11:Le révélateur (1968) 6

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Featuring no official score, no subtitles,and with the exception of a title card,no intertitles (not even a cast/crew list) editor/writer/director/producer Philippe Garrel marks the fading light of the Paris Revolution with a starkly black and white avant-garde tale. Filming the adult members of the cast on LSD, Garrel and cinematographer Michel Fournier sips the film into minimalism light caked in rows of shadows which linger on in long takes. Staying at a distance in giving outlines, but not clear viability to a plot, Garrel skids on the lines with startling manipulation of two film speeds running within the same frame, and the long,lingering takes being abrasively clipped by long tracking shots running along with the developing family.

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Post by sebby » March 13th, 2019, 3:20 am

07 stranger by the lake 2013 7/10
08 he loves me he loves me not 2002 4/10

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01 the young girls of rochefort 1967 8.5/10
02 orphée 1950 7/10
03 les demoiselles ont eu 25 ans 1993 7.5/10
04 the gleaners and i: two years later 2002 7/10
05 la chienne 1931 7/10
06 girlhood 2014
07 stranger by the lake 2013 7/10
08 he loves me he loves me not 2002 4/10

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Post by jeroeno » March 13th, 2019, 5:32 am

37. Loin du Vietnam (1967)

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Post by cinephage » March 13th, 2019, 11:20 am

06. George Melies extravaganza - I don't intend to write down the 60 titles I watched, I feel this would be cumbersome, and most people would just skip reading that list anyway...
I will just mention my 5 favorite discoveries among the first 60 titles I watched :
- L'homme à la tête en caoutchouc
- la douche du colonel
- La chrysalide et le papillon d'or
- L'homme orchestre
- Le tonneau des danaïdes
Démons et merveilles (05)Show
01. Conte d'été, by Eric Rohmer (1996) 5/10
02. La Pointe-Courte, by Agnes Varda (1955) 6,5/10
03. Qu'est-ce qu'on a encore fait au Bon Dieu ? by Philippe de Chauveron (2019) 7/10
04. Le mystère Henri Pick, by Rémi Bezançon (2019) 7,5/10
05. La ville des pirates, de Raoul Ruiz (1983) 7,5/10

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Post by St. Gloede » March 13th, 2019, 12:13 pm

Instead of jumping from films without context, I will start focusing on key directors and do a set of their films, as I did with Costa-Gavras above. It is a bit more rewarding as there is more context and more to talk about. I will do one more Costa-Gavras - Section Speciale (last pre-80s film I have not seen), and then I will focus on Assayas, Doniol-Valcroze, Ruiz, Doillon - got 3 films lined up for each.

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Post by peeptoad » March 13th, 2019, 4:27 pm

6. La nuit des traquées (1980) Night of the Hunted 6
French twists...Show
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1. J'irai comme un cheval fou (1973) I Will Walk Like a Crazy Horse 8
2. Malevil (1981) 5
3. Frustration (1971) The Chambermaid's Dream 7
4. Les raisins de la mort (1978) The Grapes of Death 7*
5. Lèvres de sang (1975) Lips of Blood 8 (best Rollin I've seen yet...)

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Post by peeptoad » March 13th, 2019, 7:55 pm

7. La traque (1975) The Track 7
French twists...Show
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1. J'irai comme un cheval fou (1973) I Will Walk Like a Crazy Horse 8
2. Malevil (1981) 5
3. Frustration (1971) The Chambermaid's Dream 7
4. Les raisins de la mort (1978) The Grapes of Death 7*
5. Lèvres de sang (1975) Lips of Blood 8 (best Rollin I've seen yet...)
6. La nuit des traquées (1980) Night of the Hunted 6

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Post by jdidaco » March 13th, 2019, 10:42 pm

(Screenshots from 'Jericho' & 'Les coeurs verts'),

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43. Jericho (Henri Calef, 1946) 10/10 (l)
44. Les évadés (The Fugitives, Jean-Paul Le Chanois,1955) 7.5/10
45. Moranbong, une aventure coréenne (Moranbong, a Korean Adventure, Claude-Jean Bonnardot, 1960) 9/10
46. Tu ne tueras point (Thou Shalt Not Kill, Claude Autant-Lara, 1961) 9/10
47. Les coeurs verts (Naked Hearts, Édouard Luntz, 1966) 9/10
48. Le grand départ (The Big Departure, Martial Raysse, 1972) 7/10
49. Faustine et le bel été (Faustine and the Beautiful Summer, Nina Companeez, 1972) 7/10
50. Néa (Nea: A New Woman, Nelly Kaplan, 1976) 7.5/10

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1. La cigarette (The Cigarette, Germaine Dulac, 1919) 8/10
2. Le diable dans la ville (The Devil in the City, Germaine Dulac, 1925) 7/10
3. La coquille et le clergyman (The Seashell and the Clergyman, Germaine Dulac, 1928) 10/10 (RV) (41-minute restoration seen for the first time)
4. Je t'attendrai (Three Hours, Léonide Moguy, 1939) 9/10
5. Patrouille sans espoir/Patrouille de choc (Shock Patrol, Claude Bernard-Aubert, 1957) 9/10
6. L'ironie du sort (The Irony of Chance, Édouard Molinaro, 1974) 9/10
7. Charlie Bravo (Claude Bernard-Aubert, 1980) 8/10
8. Chassé-croisé (Arielle Dombasle, 1982) 7.5/10
9. Liberté, la nuit (Liberty at Night, Philippe Garrel, 1984) 9/10
10. Opium (Arielle Dombasle, 2013) 6/10
11-12. La défense du drapeau (Alexandre Promio, 1897) 6/10 (1 min), Les enfants de France et de la guerre (Children of France During the War, Henri Desfontaines, 1918) 8/10 (33 min), Disque 957 (Germaine Dulac, 1928) 7/10 (5 min), Danses espagnoles (Germaine Dulac, 1928) 7/10 (7 min), Thèmes et variations (Themes and Variations, Germaine Dulac, 1928) 8.5/10 (10 min) (RV), Étude cinégraphique sur une arabesque (Arabesque, Germaine Dulac, 1929) 9/10 (8 min), Le retour à la vie (The Return to Life, Germaine Dulac & Jean Brérault & François Mauch, 1936) 6/10 (11 min), Le bijou indiscret (The Indiscreet Jewel, Arielle Dombasle, 2008) 4/10 (19 min), Le discours d'acceptation glorieux de Nicolas Chauvin (The Glorious Acceptance of Nicolas Chauvin, Benjamin Crotty, 2018) 8.5/10 (26 min) (Total: 120 min)
13. Peau de pêche (Peach Skin, Marie Epstein & Jean Benoît-Lévy, 1929) 8.5/10
14. Mélo (The Dreamy Mouth, Paul Czinner, 1932) 10/10 (l)
15. La banque Nemo (Nemo's Bank, Marguerite Viel, 1934) 7.5/10
16. Gibraltar (It Happened in Gibraltar, Fyodor Otsep, 1938) 8/10
17. La verte moisson (Green Harvest, François Villiers, 1959) 8.5/10
18. Martin Soldat (Soldier Martin, Michel Deville, 1966) 9/10
19. Le voleur de crimes (Crime Thief, Nadine Trintignant, 1969) 7.5/10
20. L'hiver (Winter, Marcel Hanoun, 1969) 9/10
21. Le soldat Laforêt (Laforet the Soldier, Guy Cavagnac, 1972) 9/10
22. Au long de rivière Fango (Along the Fango River, Sotha (Catherine Signaux), 1975) 7.5/10
23-24. Frivolités (René Le Hénaff, 1929) 8/10 (11 min), Holy Smoke! (Walerian Borowczyk, 1963) 7/10 (10 min), Le dictionnaire de Joachim (Joachim's Dictionary, Walerian Borowczyk, 1966) 8.5/10 (9 min), Le phonographe (The Phonograph, Walerian Borowczyk, 1969) 8/10 (6 min), U.S.S. (Alain Montesse, 1970) 10/10 (30 min) (l) , Le revoeil (The Dreaming Eye, Jean-Christophe Villard, 1980) 7/10 (2 min), Le château du parking (Vincent Monluc & Cabu, 1987) 7/10 (8 min), Étude pour Déserts (Alain Montesse, 1987) 8.5/10 (24 min), Aurore (Marc Hurtado & Éric Hurtado, 1989) 9/10 (20 min) (Total: 120 min)
25. Port-Arthur (I Give My Life, Nicolas Farkas, 1936) 7.5/10
26. Le mensonge de Nina Petrovna (The Lie of Nina Petrovna, Viktor Tourjansky, 1937) 10/10 (l)
27. Le repas des fauves (Champagne for Savages, Christian-Jaque, 1964) 8.5/10
28. Des journées entières dans les arbres (Entire Days in the Trees, Marguerite Duras, 1977) 9/10
29. Jeux d'artifices (Wayward Games, Virginie Thévenet, 1987) 8.5/10
30. Parfait amour! (Perfect Love, Catherine Breillat, 1996) 8/10
31-35. Voyage à travers le cinéma français (Bertrand Tavernier, 2017–2018) 9.5/10
36. Les malheurs de Sophie (The Misfortunes of Sophie, Jacqueline Audry, 1946) 8.5/10
37. Mitsou ou Comment l'esprit vient aux filles... (Mitsou, Jacqueline Audry, 1956) 7.5/10
38. Les petits matins (Hitch-Hike, Jacqueline Audry, 1962) 7.5/10
39. Les fêtes galantes (The Lace Wars, René Clair, 1965) 7.5/10
40. 1 homme de trop (Shock Troops, Costa-Gavras, 1967) 7.5/10
41. Les camisards (The French Calvinists, René Allio, 1972) 9.5/10
42. L'Italien des Roses (The Italian of the Roses, Charles Matton, 1972) 9/10

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Post by Lonewolf2003 » March 13th, 2019, 11:31 pm

7. High Life (2018): 8.0
Watching some French movies chronologicShow
1. Nikita [La femme Nikita] (1990) (rewatch): 8.5 > 8.5
2. Le roman de Renard (1930): 6.5
3. Être et avoir (2002) (rewatch): 9.5 > 8.5
4. Napoléon vu par Abel Gance (1927): 9.5
5. Les croix de bois [Wooden Crosses] (1932): 8.2
6. L'amour d'une femme [The Love of a Woman] (1953): 8.0

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Post by AB537 » March 14th, 2019, 2:28 am

6. Timbuktu (Abderrahmane Sissako, 2014)
7. La Sapienza (Eugene Green, 2014)

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Post by vortexsurfer » March 14th, 2019, 10:16 am

6. Un film comme les autres/A Film Like Any Other (Jean-Luc Godard, 1968)
7. British Sounds (Jean-Luc Godard & Jean-Henri Roger, 1970)

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1. Pauline à la plage/Pauline at the Beach (Éric Rohmer, 1983)
2. Les nuits de la pleine lune/Full Moon in Paris (Éric Rohmer, 1984)
3. Le rayon vert/The Green Ray (Éric Rohmer, 1986)
4. L'ami de mon amie/My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend (Éric Rohmer, 1987)
5. L'amour l'après-midi/Love in the Afternoon (Éric Rohmer, 1972)
6. Un film comme les autres/A Film Like Any Other (Jean-Luc Godard, 1968)
7. British Sounds (Jean-Luc Godard & Jean-Henri Roger, 1970)

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Post by sol » March 14th, 2019, 11:12 am

The French ConnectionShow
1. Coeur fidèle (1923)
2. King of Hearts (1966)
3. In My Skin / Dans ma peau (2002)
4. Le fantôme du Moulin-Rouge (1925)

5. Is Paris Burning? / Paris brûle-t-il? (1966)

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Gert Fröbe is excellent here as a conflicted German general, wanting to do his best as a loyal soldier but also weary of going down in the history books as the man who burned down one of modern civilisation's greatest cities, and he several solid moments as he converses with an ambassador played by Orson Welles. Solid as this core may be, the filmmakers bloat the film by showing all of the events surrounding this moral quagmire from all perspectives. The fade into colour at the end is excellent; good music too, but I would have preferred this as a smaller scale drama.
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Post by hurluberlu » March 14th, 2019, 8:37 pm

27. Profit & Nothing But! Or Impolite Thoughts on the Class Struggle / Le Profit et rien d'autre (Raoul Peck, 2001) 5+
28. Beating Heart / Battement de Coeur (Henri Decoin, 1940) 6+
29. The Trouble with You / En liberté! (Pierre Salvadori, 2018) 7-

Le Jour se lèveShow
1. La Pointe-Courte (Agnès Varda, 1955) [Directed by Women] 8-
2. The Proud and the Beautiful / Les Orgueilleux (Yves Allégret, Rafael E. Portas, 1953) 6
3. Life and Nothing But / La Vie et Rien d'autre (Bertrand Tavernier, 1982) [War] 7
4. Read My Lips / Sur mes lèvres (Jacques Audiard, 2001) 6+
5. 35 Shots of Rum / 35 rhums (Claire Denis, 2008) [Directed by Women] 7
6. Le Boucher (Claude Chabrol, 1970) 8-
7. The Thief of Paris / Le Voleur (Louis Malle, 1967) 7
8. The Cigarette / La Cigarette (Germaine Dulac, 1919) [Directed by Women] 7-
9. Jacquot de Nantes (Agnès Varda, 1991) [Directed by Women] 7-
10. Look at Me / Comme Une Image (Agnès Jaoui, 2004) [Directed by Women] 6
11. Coco Before Chanel / Coco avant Chanel (Anne Fontaine, 2009) [Directed by Women] 6+
12. Climax (Gaspard Noé, 2018) 5-
13. Keep an Eye Out / Au poste! (Quentin Dupieux, 2018) 7-
14. Thieves / Les Voleurs (André Téchiné, 1996) 7+
15. Mektoub, My Love: Canto Uno (Abdellatif Kechiche, 2017) 5+
16. Clérambard (Yves Robert, 1969) 6
17. Moka (Frédéric Mermoud, 2016) 7-
18. Les Tourmentes (Pierre-Yves Vandeweerd, 2014) 6+
19. Comme un Avion (Bruno Podalydès, 2015) 7
20. The Blood of a Poet / Le sang d'un poète (Jean Cocteau, 1932) 7+
21. BPM (Beats Per Minute) / 120 battements par minute (Robin Campillo, 2017) 8
22. Just Before Nightfall / Juste avant la Nuit (Claude Chabrol, 1971) 6+
23. A Song of Love / Un chant d'amour (Jean Genet, 1950) 7+
24. L'affaire SK1 (Frédéric Tellier, 2014) 7+
Captivating police hunt of a serial killer/rapist active in Paris in the 90s, based on real, harrowing events.
25. Les Cowboys (Thomas Bidegain, 2015) 7
26. Hatred / Mollenard (Robert Siodmak, 1938) 7+
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Post by flavo5000 » March 14th, 2019, 8:53 pm

9. Loin du Vietnam (1967)
10a. Black Panthers (1968)
10b. Saute ma ville (1968)
10c. En rachâchant (1982)
10d. Machorka-Muff (1963)
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1. Les rendez-vous d'Anna (1978)
2. Le bonheur (1965)
3. L'intrus (2004)
4. Gigi (1949)
5. Agatha et les lectures illimitées (1981)
6. Le camion (1977)
7. Je, tu, il, elle (1974)
8. White Material (2009)
9. Loin du Vietnam (1967)
10a. Black Panthers (1968)
10b. Saute ma ville (1968)
10c. En rachâchant (1982)
10d. Machorka-Muff (1963)

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Post by 3eyes » March 15th, 2019, 2:12 am

3. Loin des hommes / Far from men (Fr 14)
Road movie set during the Algerian war of independence.
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1. OSS 117: Rio ne répond plus (Fr 09)
2. Maigret tend un piège (Fr 58)
3. Loin des hommes / Far from men (Fr 14) [double]
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Post by cinephage » March 15th, 2019, 9:35 am

07. Nous les gosses, by Louis Daquin (1941) 8,5/10

Great dialogues by Marcel Aymé, a fantastic cast of a group of rowdy children, a nice, sweet, story, and Raymond Bussières' first meaning ful onscreen appearance ! Added to my 500<400 list, it's a nice, entertaining, movie more people need to know.
Démons et merveilles (06)Show
01. Conte d'été, by Eric Rohmer (1996) 5/10
02. La Pointe-Courte, by Agnes Varda (1955) 6,5/10
03. Qu'est-ce qu'on a encore fait au Bon Dieu ? by Philippe de Chauveron (2019) 7/10
04. Le mystère Henri Pick, by Rémi Bezançon (2019) 7,5/10
05. La ville des pirates, de Raoul Ruiz (1983) 7,5/10
06. la douche du colonel, by George Melies (1902) 8/10

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Post by sebby » March 15th, 2019, 10:00 am

09 playtime 1967 5.5/10
10 plein soleil 1960 9/10

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01 the young girls of rochefort 1967 8.5/10
02 orphée 1950 7/10
03 les demoiselles ont eu 25 ans 1993 7.5/10
04 the gleaners and i: two years later 2002 7/10
05 la chienne 1931 7/10
06 girlhood 2014
07 stranger by the lake 2013 7/10
08 he loves me he loves me not 2002 4/10
09 playtime 1967 5.5/10
10 plein soleil 1960 9/10

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Post by clemmetarey » March 15th, 2019, 12:54 pm

7. Jeannette, l'enfance de Jeanne d'Arc (Dumont, 2017) 7/10
The childhood of Joan of Arc as a musical with a soundtrack made by Igorrr.

8. La bataille du rail (Clément, 1946) 5/10

9. Film socialisme (Godard, 2010) 4/10
By far the weakest Godard I've seen.

10-12. Les vampires (Feuillade, 1915) 7/10
13. Les glaneurs et la glaneuse... deux ans après (Varda, 2002) 7/10

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1. L'amour l'après-midi (Rohmer, 1972) 6/10
2. Bonjour sourire! (Sautet, 1956) 4/10
3. La meilleure façon de marcher (Miller, 1976) 5/10
4. Sauve qui peut (la vie) (Godard, 1980) 7/10
5. L'inhumaine (L'Herbier, 1924) 7/10
6. Les glaneurs et la glaneuse (Varda, 2000) 8/10
7. Jeannette, l'enfance de Jeanne d'Arc (Dumont, 2017) 7/10
8. La bataille du rail (Clément, 1946) 5/10
9. Film socialisme (Godard, 2010) 4/10
10-12. Les vampires (Feuillade, 1915) 7/10
13. Les glaneurs et la glaneuse... deux ans après (Varda, 2002) 7/10

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Post by morrison-dylan-fan » March 15th, 2019, 10:43 pm

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“When you’re at home you’ve got money around, and when you’re away you put it in the bank-I don’t appreciate working for nothing!”

FTV:12:The Golden Claws of the Cat Girl (1968) 7

Looking so fit in her figure-hugging outfits,Daniele Gaubert, (who was only 44 when she died from cancer in 1987) steals the film with her groovy turn as Tilmont. Performing her own impressive acrobatic stunts, Gaubert gives Tilmont a pulpy, sophisticated thief charm, with Gaubert capturing Tilmont’s long-con mind-set. As she steals whilst others are distracted by her looks. Although the flick is in French, the moments that co-writer/(with Marcel Jullian and Jean-Paul Guibert) director Edouard Logereau & cinematographer Roland Pontoizeau make the most stylised to Comic-Book colours leans towards Italian cinema, via the stop-start zoom-ins on Timont’s beautiful face,and optical, sniper-vision pans, letting the viewer follow Timont’s eye on the next target. Presented with chances to make this adaptation of Albert Sainte-Aube’s novel a franchise starter, the writers badly miss the mark by holding Timont’s eye-catching humorous thieving skills, in order for a plodding espionage plot to dominate proceedings, and trim the golden claws of the cat girl.

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Post by morrison-dylan-fan » March 16th, 2019, 2:25 am

Repeat viewing:13:Blue Is the Warmest Colour (2013) 10

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Post by maxwelldeux » March 16th, 2019, 7:12 am

I see London, I see...Show
1. Three Colors: Blue (1993)
2. Le Grand Homme (2014)
3. Under the Roofs of Paris (1930)
4. Le Code a Change (2009)
5. Three Colors: White (1994)
6. Code Unknown (2000)
More comments in the War thread, but I'm not sure I got this fully. I enjoyed watching it, but immediately felt I wanted to rewatch it to pick up on more.

7. Lolo (2015)
Double. The first ~20 minutes of this were HILARIOUS, with a lot of great dialogue, as I'd expect from a Julie Delpy movie. From there it settled into a "kid breaking up the relationship" romcom, but an enjoyable one. There were plenty of funny moments throughout with a nice escalation of the son's tactics. Quite an enjoyable watch this evening.

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Post by jeroeno » March 16th, 2019, 7:19 am

38. La Guerre Est Finie (1966)
39. Les carabiniers (1963)

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Post by St. Gloede » March 16th, 2019, 11:56 am

-----------COSTA-GAVRAS continued-----------

13. Section spéciale / Special Section (1975, Costa-Gavras)

After being disappointed by his first two films it was nice to jump directly into the costa-Gavras I know and love. Special Section has every brilliant Costa-Gavras trait - cold, methodical and procedural wonder. He used the bit stories, with sudden new lead characters and motivations brilliantly, quickly making them drive the story, while each piece truly counting towards the greater whole. In this way he manages to create a massive portrait of the events themselves, what lead to them, and their outcome, each aspect with nuance, honesty and ambiguity. It is not as collosal or piercing as his top tier work, but undoubtedly great. 8/10.

-----------RAOUL RUIZ------------------------

A somewhat mixed experience, but each of the 3 films below

14. De grands événements et des gens ordinaires / Of Great Events and Ordinary People (1979) 7/10
15. Point de fuite / Vanishing Point (1984) 6/10
16. Régime sans pain (1985) 8/10

Opening up with Ruiz's 1 hour documentary from '79 (a very productive and creative year for him), the tone is set. It is easy to fall in love with his technique and style as he naturally comments on camera movements, acknowledge the narrator and creates a very living, yet small work. The downside here is that it quickly turns into simply asking people about the general election - as opposed to a portrait of local people as it first promised.

Vanishing Point became more intruiging in retrospect when I learned it was an exercise in making a film with no retakes. It is essentially a vague, semi-surrealist chamber piece, made up by one to one conversations, with no real red line. Especially the conversations in English left me a little cold, but there was enough noteworthy material to keep me interested.

Regime sans pain is the absolute standout here. I was shocked this only had 16 votes on IMDb, and as such is one of Ruiz' least seen films. This is an hyper absurd surrealist dream musical set around a fantastical, absurding country lead by a "most democtatic Prince Javon III" (who pretty much just performs songs on television). When he leaves power to avoid a dying in a ritual car crash a professor and a devoted follower decides to remake him into Jason IV - literally. Reaching Guy Maddin levels of insanity - but with even less comprehensive logic - this is a film which truly has to be seen to be believed.

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-----------OLIVIER ASSAYAS--------------------

Without a doubt the most rewarding set so far, and a great warm up seeing the 3 films (available with english subtitles) that lead up to Irma Vep (my favorite Assayas, and in my top 100).

Each of the 3 films are great bare-boned dramas placing heavy emotions in the foreground and characters in suffering as the backdrop. Being a director from the Cahier du Cinema tradition you can quickly see his relationship to the French New Wave, but this is a low down and minimalist expression, his debut could even have fitted in with Cinema du Look, but he quickly grounds himself in a far more grungy and dirty look. Missing the overt stylization of Irma Vep and Demonlover, the latter two films especially occupy an area somewhere between Pialat, Varda, Bresson, Denis and the Dardennes.

17. Désordre / Disorder (1986) 8/10
18. L'enfant de l'hiver / Winter's Child (1989) 8.5/10
19. L'eau froide (1994) 8/10

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Post by hurluberlu » March 16th, 2019, 12:00 pm

30. Paul Sanchez est revenu! (Patricia Mazuy, 2018) 6
31. [61min] shorts
[16min] Diary of a Pregnant Woman / L'opéra-mouffe (Agnès Varda, 1958) 7-
[30min] Salut les Cubains (Agnès Varda, 1961) 7
[2min] La hiérarchie dans l'amour (Alice Guy, 1906) 6
[6min] La vérité sur l'homme-singe (Alice Guy, 1906) 5
[7min] Les résultats du féminisme (Alice Guy, 1906) 7
32. At War / En guerre (Stéphane Brizé, 2018) 6+

Le Jour se lèveShow
1. La Pointe-Courte (Agnès Varda, 1955) [Directed by Women] 8-
2. The Proud and the Beautiful / Les Orgueilleux (Yves Allégret, Rafael E. Portas, 1953) 6
3. Life and Nothing But / La Vie et Rien d'autre (Bertrand Tavernier, 1982) [War] 7
4. Read My Lips / Sur mes lèvres (Jacques Audiard, 2001) 6+
5. 35 Shots of Rum / 35 rhums (Claire Denis, 2008) [Directed by Women] 7
6. Le Boucher (Claude Chabrol, 1970) 8-
7. The Thief of Paris / Le Voleur (Louis Malle, 1967) 7
8. The Cigarette / La Cigarette (Germaine Dulac, 1919) [Directed by Women] 7-
9. Jacquot de Nantes (Agnès Varda, 1991) [Directed by Women] 7-
10. Look at Me / Comme Une Image (Agnès Jaoui, 2004) [Directed by Women] 6
11. Coco Before Chanel / Coco avant Chanel (Anne Fontaine, 2009) [Directed by Women] 6+
12. Climax (Gaspard Noé, 2018) 5-
13. Keep an Eye Out / Au poste! (Quentin Dupieux, 2018) 7-
14. Thieves / Les Voleurs (André Téchiné, 1996) 7+
15. Mektoub, My Love: Canto Uno (Abdellatif Kechiche, 2017) 5+
16. Clérambard (Yves Robert, 1969) 6
17. Moka (Frédéric Mermoud, 2016) 7-
18. Les Tourmentes (Pierre-Yves Vandeweerd, 2014) 6+
19. Comme un Avion (Bruno Podalydès, 2015) 7
20. The Blood of a Poet / Le sang d'un poète (Jean Cocteau, 1932) 7+
21. BPM (Beats Per Minute) / 120 battements par minute (Robin Campillo, 2017) 8
22. Just Before Nightfall / Juste avant la Nuit (Claude Chabrol, 1971) 6+
23. A Song of Love / Un chant d'amour (Jean Genet, 1950) 7+
24. L'affaire SK1 (Frédéric Tellier, 2014) 7+
Captivating police hunt of a serial killer/rapist active in Paris in the 90s, based on real, harrowing events.
25. Les Cowboys (Thomas Bidegain, 2015) 7
26. Hatred / Mollenard (Robert Siodmak, 1938) 7+
27. Profit & Nothing But! Or Impolite Thoughts on the Class Struggle / Le Profit et rien d'autre (Raoul Peck, 2001) 5+
28. Beating Heart / Battement de Coeur (Henri Decoin, 1940) 6+
29. The Trouble with You / En liberté! (Pierre Salvadori, 2018) 7-
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Post by peeptoad » March 16th, 2019, 12:03 pm

8. La mort en direct (1980) Death Watch 8
French twists...Show
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1. J'irai comme un cheval fou (1973) I Will Walk Like a Crazy Horse 8
2. Malevil (1981) 5
3. Frustration (1971) The Chambermaid's Dream 7
4. Les raisins de la mort (1978) The Grapes of Death 7*
5. Lèvres de sang (1975) Lips of Blood 8
6. La nuit des traquées (1980) Night of the Hunted 6
7. La traque (1975) The Track 7

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