Director: Josiane Balasko (1991) Léah (Josiane Balasko) has been longing to be beautiful for years, but the best she’s been able to accomplish on her own is dowdy but neat. When she inadvertently conjures up Abar (Daniel Auteuil), one of the devil’s own representatives, she’s more than willing to sell her soul for a great-looking, ..Lees verder
Director: Marcel Carné (1945) Filmed during the German occupation, this French milestone centers around the theatrical life of a beautiful courtesan and the four men who love her. Voted the “Best French Film in History” by the French Film Academy in 1990. Academy Award Nominations: Best Original Screenplay. With Arletty, Jean-Louis Barrault, Pierre Brasseur. Trailer:
Director: Eric Rohmer (1983) Eric Rohmer’s deliciously wise and witty tale of two young women and their summertime romantic entanglements. Newly divorced Marion invites her cousin Pauline to spend the remainder of the summer at the family beach-house on the Normandy coast. Pauline observes adults weave love, sex and grand romance into a completely foolish ..Lees verder
Director: Eric Rohmer (1967) Two men share a vacation villa in St. Tropez with a young nymphette, and desperately they debate on how to resist her charms. With: Patrick Bauchau, Haydée Politoff, Daniel Pommereulle.
Director: François Truffaut (1962) Adapted from a novel by Henri-Pierre Roché, Jules et Jim tells the story of two aspiring writers who form a close friendship set in the bohemian Paris of 1912. Jules is a shy, philosophical Austrian, while Jim is a debonair Frenchman, confident and successful with women. Both fall for the beautiful, ..Lees verder