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Born: January 23, 1928 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Paris, FR Profession: Cast ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Lillian Gish (1983) as Director
An intimate portrait of the legendary actress.
2.
Adolescent, The (1979) as Director
A Parisian girl, spending the summer of 1939 with her grandmother in the country, falls in love with a young Jewish doctor.
3.
Lumiere (1976) as Director
Sarah, an actress nearing 40, has invited the woman who has been her best friend for 16 years and two younger women to her vacation retreat in Provence. There are the simple pleasures of lounging in adjacent hammocks, the sun, the food, conversations about men. This is prologue for what happened a year ago in Paris with a man Sarah has long taken for granted as a platonic friend. She had just finished a film, also finishing her liaison with the director, and was about to get an award and start work on a new film and begin a romance with a German writer.

Cast (feature film)

4.
Lady in Paris, A (2012)
Divorcee Anne finds herself alone when the bedridden mother she looked after for years gives up the ghost. A nursing home where Anne used to work contacts her with an unexpected job offer to look after an elderly compatriot in France. Anne is picked up at the airport by French cafe owner Stephane, w
5.
Une Estonienne à Paris (2012)
An elderly Estonian lady named Frida, who emigrated to France many years ago, reluctantly finds herself under the care of recent Estonian expatriate Anne. Very quickly, Anne realizes that she is not wanted. Meantime, all Frida desires in life is the affections of Stephane, her younger lover from yea
6.
Carmel (2009)
A kaleidoscope of images and associations from the distant Jewish past and the immediate Israeli present. At first, we see centuries-old battles between Romans and Hebrews for the town of Jerusalem--a land that has seen much bloodletting. Then, we are then transported to the present at an Israeli ar
7.
Face (2009)
A Chinese director comes to the Louvre to shoot a film that turns on the Salome myth.
8.
War of the Sons of Light Against the Sons of Darkness, The (2009)
A recording of Amos Gitai's stage production of "La guerre des fils de lumiere contre les fils des tenebres." Set in 1st Century AD, it describes the Roman conquest of Judaea and destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70.
9.
Kérity la maison des contes (2009)
Seven-year-old Nathaniel goes to spend the summer vacation in the seaside villa that belonged to his old aunt Eleanor. Nathaniel's parents inherited the villa and Nathaniel also received a gift in his aunt's will: a whole library of old books. The inheritance doesn't much interest him until he disco
10.
Everywhere At Once (2008)
A tapestry of images that illustrate one woman's deepest sense of selfhood as well as a humanist meditation about childhood, youth, and old age.
11.
One Day You'll Understand (2008)
Paris, 1987. As the trial of Lyon's Gestapo head Klaus Barbie plays out on television, French businessman Victor Bastien finds himself distracted from his work and increasingly obsessed with piecing together the truth about his family's history. As he sorts through photographs, letters and memorabil
12.
Disengagement (2007)
Focuses on family relations set against Israel's pull out from the Gaza strip in 2005.
13.
Go West (2006)
Gay lovers Kenan, a Muslim cellist, and Milan, a Serbian student, fight to survive the brutal inter-ethnic wars of early 90s Bosnia and Herzegovina. Dreaming of peace, happiness and acceptance, they travel west with one of them disguised in drag.
14.
Time To Leave (2005)
A handsome, successful fashion photographer learns that he has a malignant brain tumor that will soon kill him. Hiding his diagnosis, he alienates his family and his young boyfriend, but during a short stay with his grandmother, his vulnerability is met with a big heart and sound advice. A chance en
16.
Lisa (2001) as Lisa Morain (Old)
Stumbling across an uncompleted 1939 film called "Princess Marushka", filmmaker Sam becomes intrigued with the young actor Sylvain Marceau, who last appeared in the film. Hoping to discover the mystery behind Sylvain's disappearance, Sam decides to make a documentary and sets off to interview those
17.
Cet Amour-La (2001) as Marguerite Duras
In the later years of her life, French author Marguerite Duras lives in a self-destructive haze, plagued by writer's block and the physical effects of alcoholism. She shuts herself off from the world, until Yann Andrea, a man thirty-six years her junior, pays her a visit, and soon, the two commence
18.
Fassbinder's Women (2000) as Herself
A beautiful portrait of the enfant terrible of German cinema who died in 1982. Von Praunheim describes his personal attitude to Fassbinder as follows: 'Fassbinder, I knew him when he was starting out, and I couldn't like him. I was jealous of him, envious, and I never liked melodrama. It was only af
19.
Il Manoscritto del principe (2000) as Princess Di Lampedusa
The story of reknowned Italian novelist Prince Tomasi di Lampedusa, author of "The Leopard," and the rivalry between his literary protege Marco Pace and his heir Guido Lanza.
20.
Zaide (1999) as Anna Sherman
Stricken with terrible grief at the news of her son's death in a mysterious boating accident, Anna Sherman quits her important career and secludes herself with her grief for seven years. Emerging with renewed energy and venom, Anna sets out to punish her son's rowing mates, who all now occupy high r
21.
EVER AFTER: A CINDERELLA STORY (1998) as Grande Dame
In a re-telling of one of our most beloved tales, a resourceful young woman must overcome the schemes of her evil stepmother to be with the one she loves -- the Prince of France -- who has fallen for her beauty and intelligence. With the ingenuity of Leonardo Di Vinci and the strength of love, the y
22.
Witch Way Love (1997) as Eglantine
A naive American inventor gets caught up in a battle between good and evil witches and sorcerers in France.
23.
I Love You, I Love You Not (1997) as Nana
A teenage girl's relationship with her grandmother, a victim of the holocaust, heightens the girl's awareness of life, love, family and Judaism.
24.
Amour et Confusions (1997) as Mme Libra
A romantic comedy concerning the trials and tribulations of a divorced nice guy, Dan, and a warm-hearted executive, Sarah, who've experienced one rapturous night of soul mating with oneanother, yet have lost each other's addresses.
25.
Proprietor, The (1996) as Adrienne Mark
After spending thirty years in New York, a revered French expatriate author returns to Paris and the home in which she lived with her mother before the German Occupation separated the two of them forever. The author, in her 60s, is confronted by two cultures, American and French; two time periods, the past and present, and relationships with friends and lovers old and new as she attempts to re-consider her life and memories.
26.
The Good, The Bad And The Beautiful (1995)
Film clips and interviews show how female stars have helped shape the dreams Hollywood sells to movie fans.
27.
Beyond the Clouds (1995) as Friend
A mosaic of four stories about love and desire tied together by the story of a filmmaker who observes the relationships of young couples. The first episode, "Chronicle of a Love That Never Was," follows a young traveler to Ferrara who falls in love with a woman he meets, but falls asleep in his room
28.
The Universe of Jacques Demy (1995) as Herself
Documentary on filmmaker Jacques Demy.
29.
One Hundred and One Nights (1995) as Actor For A Day
A tribute to the movies as both collective memory and living art form as told through the reminiscences of a 100-year-old wheel-chair bound gentleman named Simon. Cinema. He lives in a splendid chateau whose every inch overflows with cinemabilia. Monsieur Cinema hires a young attractive film student
30.
Foreign Field, A (1994) as Angelique
On the 50th anniversary of D-Day, three Word War II veterans -- an American and two Englishmen -- return to Normandy to remember fallen comrades and look for a long-lost love.
31.
Absence, The (1993) as Wife Of The Old Man
Philosophical tale of four wanderers in various evocative terrains who unite under the guidance of an old man in the group. When he suddenly disappears, they're left to search for his guidance on another plane.
32.
My Name Is Victor (1993) as Rose
A wheelchair-bound ex-dancer, who lost her lover and the use of her legs in a wartime explosion, recounts her life to her 11-year-old grandnephew.
33.
Lover, The (1992) as Voice Of Marguerite Duras
Set in 1920s Indochina, a young French girl becomes romantically and sexually involved with a Chinese man.
34.
Summer House, The (1992) as Lili
Set in 1950s England, the offbeat story of a young woman whose engagement to an unappealing, older man leads to unexpected--and hilarious--complications.
35.
Map of the Human Heart (1992) as Sister Banville
In the fall of 1964, in Arctic Canada, an Inuit Eskimo meets with the leader of a stranded army mapping team to go over his maps. To his surprise, the Inuit sees that the map is the same one he helped to make thirty years earlier, and he begins to tell the story behind the maps and the love of his l
36.
demain, A (1992) as Tete
An adult reminisces about his childhood and family in Paris in the early 1960s.
37.
Architecture Of Doom, The (1991) as Narration
An examination of the Nazi aesthetic; filmmaker Peter Cohen reasons that National Socialism embraced the concept of war as a way to cleanse the world, and thereby make it beautiful.
38.
Anna Karamazoff (1991)
A mysterious woman, returning to Leningrad after years in a Stalinist labor camp, experiences the pain and poverty of others.
39.
Suspended Step of the Stork, The (1991) as The Wife
A television journalist, covering the flight of Albanian, Kurdistan and Iranian refugees into Greece, spots a middle-aged man he believes was a promising Greek politician who disappeared years earlier.
40.
Until the End of the World (1991) as Edith Farber
Sam Farber must get a special camera, that records dreams, to his blind Mother while being pursued by the CIA.
41.
Old Lady Who Walked in the Sea, The (1991) as Lady M
Draped in ornate jewelry, grand hats and elegant clothes, the mysterious Lady M. walks the beaches of Guadeloupe looking for blackmail victims and swindler targets. She and her aging companion, Pompilius, are high class grifters who have spent their years working the world's most elite circles. Whil
42.
La Femme Nikita (1990) as Amande
Instead of going to jail, a convicted felon is given a new identity and trained as a top secret assassin.
43.
Alberto Express (1990) as The Baroness
Just as his wife is due to give birth, a man takes a surreal train ride to Rome to pay back a debt to his father.
44.
Femme fardee, La (1990) as La Doria
A famous opera singer and a conductor are hired to perform on a luxury ocean cruise for music lovers.
45.
With Orson Welles: Stories From A Life (1989)
A documentary that chronicles the career of Orson Welles. The program includes film clips and interviews with several celebrities who knew him.
46.
47.
Hotel Terminus: Klaus Barbie, His Life and Times (1988) as Narration
Compilation documentary on the life of Nazi war criminal Klaus Barbie.
49.
Calling the Shots (1988) as Herself
An exploration of the diversity of women in cinema using archival footage and interviews.
50.
Miracule, Le (1987) as Sabine
51.
Paltoquet, Le (1986) as Hostess
53.
Sauve-toi, Lola (1986) as Marie-Aude
55.
Cote Coeur, Cote Jardin (1984) as Lady With Little Dog
56.
Plein Sud (1984) as Helene
57.
Lillian Gish (1983) as Herself
An intimate portrait of the legendary actress.
58.
Arbre, L' (1983)
59.
Querelle (1982) as Lysiane
Querelle is a handsome sailor whose commanding officer, Seblon, worships and desires him from afar. After murdering his drug-smuggling partner, Querelle visits a notorious brothel run by the rapacious Lysiane who leads Querelle into his first homosexual encounter. Subsequently, he falls in love with a fellow murderer, Gil. Partly because his love for Gil panics him, and partly so that he can keep Gil all to himself, Querelle betrays him to the police. But by now Querelle has become vulnerable and soon the once powerful object of passion comes to belong to Seblon.
60.
Wizard of Babylon, The (1982)
A documentary on the making of Fassbinder's film "Querelle".
61.
Trout, The (1982) as Lou
62.
64.
Mr. Klein (1976) as Florence
Paris, 1942. Robert Klein cannot find any fault with the state of affairs in German-occupied France. He has a well-furnished flat, a mistress, and business is booming. Jews facing discrimination because of laws edicted by the French government are desperate to sell valuable works of art - and it is easy for him to get them at bargain prices. His cosy life is disrupted when he realizes that there is another Robert Klein in Paris - a Jew with a rather mysterious behaviour. Very soon, this homonymy attracts the close - and menacing - attention of the police on the established art trader.
65.
Last Tycoon, The (1976) as Didi
1930s studio executive Monroe Starr makes high money deals, calms nervous stars and carries on an affair. F. Scott Fitzgerald is said to have based the character on MGM legend Irving Thalberg.
66.
Lumiere (1976) as Sarah Dedieu
Sarah, an actress nearing 40, has invited the woman who has been her best friend for 16 years and two younger women to her vacation retreat in Provence. There are the simple pleasures of lounging in adjacent hammocks, the sun, the food, conversations about men. This is prologue for what happened a year ago in Paris with a man Sarah has long taken for granted as a platonic friend. She had just finished a film, also finishing her liaison with the director, and was about to get an award and start work on a new film and begin a romance with a German writer.
67.
Souvenirs d'en France (1975) as Berthe
68.
Hu-Man (1975) as Sylvana
69.
Jardin Qui Bascule, Le (1975) as Maria
70.
Going Places (1974) as Jeanne
Two whimsical, aimless thugs harass and assault women, steal, murder, and alternately charm, fight, or sprint their way out of trouble. They take whatever the bourgeois characters value: whether it's cars, peace of mind, or daughters. Marie-Ange, a jaded, passive hairdresser, joins them as lover, cook, and mother confessor. She's on her own search for seemingly unattainable sexual pleasure.
71.
Race des "Seigneurs," La (1973) as Renee
72.
Je t'aime (1973) as Elisa Boussac
73.
Joanna Francesa (1973) as Joana
Shown at MoMa (Jeanne Moreau: Nouvelle Vague and Beyond) in New York City February 18 - March 25, 1994.
74.
75.
Nathalie Granger (1972) as L'Amie--The Other Woman
Chronicles an afternoon in the benumbed lives of two women on the outskirts of Paris. One is having trouble with her daughter, Nathalie, whose violent temper is making her unfit for public school. A sense of foreboding arises as they listen to radio reports of two teenagers who have murdered a child
76.
Chere Louise (1972) as Louise
77.
Comptes A Rebours (1971) as Madeleine
10 years ago, Frantois Nolan and his brother have been betrayed by one of their accomplices after a break-in. During the fight with the police, Francois's brother was killed, and a cop disfigured by Frantois. Now, Frantois is back for revenge. As nobody knows who the traitor was, the former accomplices lose their head. The disfigured cop is also waiting for the right moment to take his revenge on Frantois.
78.
Humeur Vagabonde, L' (1971) as Myriam
79.
Monte Walsh (1970) as Martine Bernard
An aging cowboy faces changes in the West with the rise of civilization.
80.
Alex in Wonderland (1970) as Herself
A hot young film director can't decide on his next project.
81.
The Immortal Story (1969) as Virginie Ducrot
A sailor bets he can seduce a wealthy man's wife, not knowing the man has hired a woman to play the role.
82.
Little Theatre of Jean Renoir, The (1969) as Singer ("Le Belle Epoque"/"The Good Days")
Four stories about characters (a housewife, two tramps, a classical singer, and a betrayed husband) from all walks of life come together to form a whole.
83.
The Bride Wore Black (1968) as Julie Kohler
A woman seeks revenge on the five men who murdered her fiance.
84.
The Oldest Profession (1968) as Mimi
A collection of sketches on prostitution through the ages. 1) "The Prehistoric Era": A caveman discovers that a cavewoman is more attractive when cave paint is applied to her face. And she can earn more seashells that way. 2) "Roman Nights": The Emperor goes out seeking a little nocturnal amusement, only to find that the high-priced, Oriental courtesan he hires is his wife, the Empress. 3) "Mademoiselle Mimi": In revolutionary France, Mimi finds that her client, the nephew of a marquis, is more interested in watching the guillotinings out her window than he is in going to bed. 4) "The Gay Nineties": When Nini discovers by accident that her antiquated customer is a banker, she pretends to be an honest woman who has fallen in love with him. She even pays him, just like a gigolo! 5) "Paris Today": Two girls pick up clients by driving around in a car, and then an ambulance. Police pull the vehicle over for speeding. 6) "Anticipation": Demetrius has just arrived on Earth from another galaxy. But the girl brought to him by the commissar, Hostess 703, is not a "physical love" girl; she's a "sentimental love" one, who only knows how to excite men with language.
85.
Great Catherine (1968) as Catherine
The legendary Russian ruler falls hard for a military man in love with someone else.
86.
Mata Hari, Agent H-21 (1967) as Mata Hari
Based on the real-life spy, Mata Hari seduces a young soldier during World War II in order to get access to top secret documents.
87.
The Sailor From Gibraltar (1967) as Anna
A young man gets mixed up in a woman's search for her lost lover.
88.
Falstaff (1967) as Doll Tearsheet
Sir John Falstaff is the hero in this compilation of extracts from Shakespeare's 'Henry IV' and other plays, made into a connected story of Falstaff's career as young Prince Hal's drinking companion. The massive knight roisters with and without the prince, philosophizes comically, goes to war (in his own fashion), and meets his final disappointment, set in a real-looking late-medieval England.
89.
Mademoiselle (1966) as Mademoiselle
A sexually repressed school teacher releases her pent up passions in a series of shocking crimes.
90.
The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1965) as Marchioness of Frinton
A classic car changes the lives of three sets of owners.
91.
The Train (1965) as Christine
French resistance fighters try to stop the Nazis from taking a trainload of art treasures to Germany.
92.
Viva Maria (1965) as Maria I
Traveling players invent the strip tease while mixed up in a Central American revolution.
93.
Banana Peel (1965) as Cathy
94.
Diary of a Chambermaid (1965) as Célestine
A chambermaid takes a job in the country with a strange family.
95.
Moderato cantabile (1964) as Anne Desbaredes
A wealthy and bored woman (Moreau) is witness of a murder in affection and meets another witness (Belmondo). She asks him about the history of the victim and falls in love with him.
96.
Eva (1964) as Eva Olivier
A dark tale set in Venice, about a con-man/writer, Stanley Baker who seems to have it all: an international best-seller that's already a hit film, a house in Rome, a venetian farmhouse, not to mention a sweet and gorgeous fiancee, yet he's bitter. Stanley meets his existential match in mod courtesan
97.
Bay of the Angels (1964) as Jackie Demaistre
A bank clerk becomes involved in a rollercoaster love affair with a compulsive gambler.
98.
A Woman Is a Woman (1964) as Woman in bar
An exotic dancer decides to have a child, but can't find a man to father it.
99.
The Fire Within (1964) as Jeanne
A recovering alcoholic fights to rebuild his life.
100.
The Trial (1963) as Miss Burstner
In this adaptation of Kafka's classic, a man in a nameless country stands trial for an unnamed crime.
101.
The Victors (1963) as Frenchwoman
Intercutting dramatic vignettes with newsreel footage, the story follows the characters from an infantry squad as they make their way from Sicily to Germany during the end of World War II.
102.
La notte (1962) as Lidia
A successful writer and his wife face the meaninglessness of their relationship during a night of wild partying.
103.
Jules and Jim (1962) as Catherine
A tempestuous beauty comes between college friends.
104.
Les liaisons dangereuses (1961) as Juliette de Merteuil
Modern retelling of the classic novel.
105.
Five Branded Women (1960) as Ljuba
106.
Carmelites, The (1960) as Sister Marie
A convent finds itself embroiled in the bitter war and struggle of the oncoming French Revolution.
107.
Back To The Wall (1959) as Gloria
An adulteress picks up cash through extortion while she plots murder for her own sexual freedom.
108.
The 400 Blows (1959) as Woman In Street With Dog
A 12-year-old boy turns to crime to escape family problems.
109.
The Lovers (1958) as Jeanne Tournier
A married woman bored with her life decides to escape.
110.
111.
Elevator to the Gallows (1958) as Florence Carala
A businessman kills his boss to cover up his affair with the man's wife.
112.
Louves, Les (1957) as Agnes
113.
Reine Margot, La (1954) as Marguerite De Valois--The Queen Margot
In August of 1572, Paris celebrated the marriage of Marguerite de Valois, sister of King Charles IX and daughter of Catherine de Medicis, to Henri de Bourbon, the young king from Navarre. But court intrigues would soon undermine this political reconcilliation of Catholics and Protestants; Catherine
114.
Grisbi (1954) as Josy
An aging gangster and his cohorts stage a bank robbery and then end up fighting amongst each other and their girlfirends over the money.
115.
Julietta (1953) as Rosie Facibey
An attractive young guy must keep a woman who has unexpectedly paid him a visit secret from his fiancee.
116.
Avignon, bastion de la Provence (1951)
This short includes footage of actress Jeanne Moreau performing in scenes from a production of "Le Cid," directed by Jean Vilar for France's Theatre National Populaire.
117.
Meurtres (1950)
Noel Annequin is the black sheep of a social-climbing bourgeois family who married for love and stayed in the country while his professional brothers were improving their social position. When his beloved wife, dying of an incurable disease, begs him to end her misery, he finally agrees, but his desire to atone for his "crime" runs afoul of his heartless family, and all would be lost without his rebellious niece, played by 22-year-old Jeanne Moreau.

Writer (feature film)

118.
Adolescent, The (1979) as Screenwriter
A Parisian girl, spending the summer of 1939 with her grandmother in the country, falls in love with a young Jewish doctor.
119.
Lumiere (1976) as Screenwriter
Sarah, an actress nearing 40, has invited the woman who has been her best friend for 16 years and two younger women to her vacation retreat in Provence. There are the simple pleasures of lounging in adjacent hammocks, the sun, the food, conversations about men. This is prologue for what happened a year ago in Paris with a man Sarah has long taken for granted as a platonic friend. She had just finished a film, also finishing her liaison with the director, and was about to get an award and start work on a new film and begin a romance with a German writer.

Producer (feature film)

120.
Lillian Gish (1983) as Producer
An intimate portrait of the legendary actress.

Music (feature film)

121.
Querelle (1982) as Song Performer ("Each Man Kills The Thing He Loves")
Querelle is a handsome sailor whose commanding officer, Seblon, worships and desires him from afar. After murdering his drug-smuggling partner, Querelle visits a notorious brothel run by the rapacious Lysiane who leads Querelle into his first homosexual encounter. Subsequently, he falls in love with a fellow murderer, Gil. Partly because his love for Gil panics him, and partly so that he can keep Gil all to himself, Querelle betrays him to the police. But by now Querelle has become vulnerable and soon the once powerful object of passion comes to belong to Seblon.
122.
Alex in Wonderland (1970) as Composer
A hot young film director can't decide on his next project.

Cast (special)

123.
Orson Wells Stories Of A Life In Film (1990)
A documentary that chronicles the career of Orson Welles. The program includes film clips and interviews with several celebrities who knew him.
124.
American Film Institute Salute to Lillian Gish, The (1984)
A tribute to actress Lilian Gish, winner of the American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award.

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

125.
Catherine the Great (1996) as Elizabeth

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

126.
Les Miserables (2001) as Mere Innocente
127.
Balzac: A Life of Passion (1999) as Charlotte-Laure

Cast (short)

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