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Cast (feature film)

1.
Holy Motors (2012)
In one day, Monsieur Oscar travels by limousine around Paris to a series of nine "appointments," transforming into new characters or incarnations at each stop.
2.
Ou Va La Nuit (2011)
A woman in her fifties, Rose has been married to an alcoholic, abusive husband for thirty long years. One day, she decides that enough is enough and kills him. Both relieved and disoriented, Rose goes to visit her estranged son Thomas in Brussels, hoping to find some affection. Unaware of what his m
3.
Je te mangerais (2009)
Centers on two childhood friends who live together. Marie leaves her family and moves to Lyon to study piano, moving in with Emma who has been living alone since her father died and her mother left. Marie abides by the rules laid down by her roommate, who is ever more fascinating, dominating and opp
4.
Summer Hours (2008)
The divergent paths of three forty-something siblings collide when their mother, heiress to her uncle's exceptional 19th century art collection, dies suddenly. Left to come to terms with themselves and their differences, Adrienne, a successful New York designer, Frédéric, an economist and university
5.
Visiting (2008)
6.
Heartbeat Detector (2007)
Simon Kessler is a psychologist working in the Human Resources department of multinational petrochemical corporation SC Farb. His successful role in a recent corporate downsizing proved to SC Farb's managing director Karl Rose that Simon is the perfect candidate to sort out a delicate situation conc
7.
Suzanne (2007)
After the death of his wife, a seventy-year old musician feels completely lost. First a friend of his, an incorrigible womanizer, and then his daughter try to help out by having him stay at their homes. What gives him back his taste for life, however, is Suzanne. Although she belongs to a different
8.
Komma (2006)
50 year-old Peter De Wit wakes up abruptly in the middle of the night in a hospital morgue. Taking on the identity of a corpse he stole the wallet from, Peter decides to start a new life in the skin of a character he improvises depending on the situation: Lars Erickson, an intriguing Swedish busines
9.
Annulaire, L' (2005)
A European laboratory where clients' fondest memories are processed and preserved as specimens. Iris slices off her ring finger while working at a soft-drink factory. This distressing incident prompts her to quit her job. She then moves to a nearby port town, where she takes a position as a laborato
10.
Mentale: The Code, La (2004) as Mireille
Dris returns to a quiet life with his devoted fiancé after serving four years in prison. When Yanis, a childhood friend lures him into one more heist, Dris can't refuse. Back into the world of organized crime, Dris discovers that the code of the streets is strict and the penalty for betrayal is far
11.
Bon Voyage (2003) as Madame Arbesault
At the start of World War II, the fate of the free world hangs in the balance at the posh Hotel Splendide in Bordeaux. Cabinet members, journalists, physicists, and spies of all persuasions gather in order to escape the Nazi occupation of Paris. High society socialites hobnob with jailbirds. Murdero
12.
Ce Jour-la (2003)
A rich, but simple girl inherits her deceased mother's fortune. Her jealous family hires an assassin to kill her, but the plan falters when the assassin falls in love with his target.
13.
Ames Fortes, Les (2002) as First Woman At The Wake
14.
Savage Soul, A (2002) as First Woman At The Wake
15.
Man on the Train (2002) as Sister Of Manesquier
When the criminal Milan rolls into a sleepy French backwater town planning to knock off the local bank on Saturday, he assumes it will go off without a hitch. Then he encounters Manesquier. A retired poetry teacher whose sedentary lifestyle bores even himself, Manesquier offers Milan a much-needed d
16.
Vidocq (2001) as Sylvia
A murder investigation leads the famous sleuth Vidocq on the trail of a folk figure who is wreaking havoc on the political core of 1830s Paris.
17.
Son of Two Mothers Or the Comedy of Innocence (2001) as Laurence
On his 9th birthday, Camille reveals to his mother Ariane that he wants to return to his "real" home and his "real" mother. He leads her through the steets of Paris to a neighborhood he recognizes, to an apartment where he claims he lives. The owner, Isabella, is not there, but later it is revealed
18.
Brotherhood of the Wolf (2001) as Madame De Morangias
Set in 1765, during the reign of Louis XV, an epic adventure based in part on a well-known French legend. In a rural province of France, a mysterious creature is leaving a trail of mutilated corpses across the countryside, savagely killing scores of women and children. Unseen, possessed of enormous strength and a seemingly near-human intelligence, the beast has eluded capture for years. Desperate to end the growing unrest of the populace, the King sends in a renowned scientist and his Iroquois blood brother, an unconventional team whose combined methods and capabilities may finally bring the beast down. But what these men find, when finally confronted with the true nature of the beast, is more shocking than anyone could have anticipated.
19.
Savage Souls (2001) as First Woman At The Wake
In 1882, Therese, a young maid from the countryside, elopes with her fiance Firmin to a nearby town. Once there she discovers that nobody can rule over her: she is a savage soul. Therese meets another savage soul, the elegant and mysterious Madame Numance, benefactress of the town, with whom she wil
21.
La Fidelite (2000) as Diane
In this updated version of Madame de La Fayette's 1678 novel "La Princesse de Cleves," Clelia is a distinguished Canadian photographer who moves to Paris with her ailing mother after accepting a contract with a French tabloid called La Verite (The Truth). Just before marrying Cleve, the flighty youn
22.
Chambre des magiciennes, La (2000) as Claire'S Mother
When overworked anthropology student Claire begins suffering severe headaches and fainting spells she goes to see Dr. Fish. Fish sends her for a month of recuperation in a neurological hospital, where she meets roomates Odette and Eleonore.
23.
Chambre obscure, La (2000)
In 14th century France, doctor Alienor cures the king of a festering wound and is awarded the husband of her choice. She chooses to marry Count Bertrand de Roussillon, but must chase after him when he refuses to consummate the marriage.
24.
Venus Beauty Institute (French) (1999) as Client With Spots On Her Hands
Beauty parlor employees search for romance and happiness.
25.
Time Regained (1999) as Oriane De Guermantes
Based on the concluding installment of Marcel Proust's literary masterpiece, "Rememberance of Things Past," a dying Proust reflects upon his life from his deathbed, remembering many of the people who've affected and influenced him during the course of his adult life, from the 1880s to the early 1920
26.
Un Air Si Pur (1997) as Miss Sophie
Set in Europe during WWI, a doctor and lawyer have converted a musty old mansion into a ritzy hotel and health spa. The chateau is inhabited by an eccentric collection of characters from whom the proprietors go to great lengths to hide the endless parade of dying men coming back from battle. Despite
27.
Casa de Lava (1994) as Edite
A Portuguese nurse hopes to escape the bleakness of her own life by accompanying an injured immigrant worker back to the Cape Verde islands. Gradually, however, her encounters with the locals begin to have an oppressive effect on her.
28.
Jeanne la Pucelle (1994) as Jeanne De Bethune
A teenage country girl leads the French in driving the English from the territory of France during the 15th century.
29.
Cavale des Fous, La (1993)
A sweet psychotic and a wily manic-depressive on a furtive field trip with a shy psychiatrist.
30.
Rue du Bac (1991) as Judith
31.
On peut toujours rever (1991) as Solange Debollesve
A powerful businessman is caught stealing in a supermarket by one of the supermarket employees.
32.
Lovers on the Bridge, The (1991) as Woman--The Couple In Car
A streetwise boy and an upper-class, half-blind girl, now a street artist, play out their passionate romance on the Pont-Neuf in Paris. Alex is a fire-eater whose only friend is Hans, an older man who lives on the bridge. Then he meets Michele who has run away from her home and is only too willing t
33.
Bapteme (1989) as Rosalie
Biographical history of director Rene Feret's own family.
34.
One Deadly Summer (1983) as Doctor
36.
Vocation Suspendue, La (1977) as 1st Mother Angelique
37.
chacun son enfer, A (1976) as La Folle
38.
Vieille Fille, Le (1971) as Edith
39.
The Milky Way (1969) as Virgin Mary
Two hobos leave Paris for a pilgrimage to a Spanish shrine. Along the way, they meet different characters and engage in reflections about the Church and God.
40.
Judex (1966) as Jacqueline Favraux
Remake of a silent serial, concerning the adventures of a mysterious, pulp avenger.
41.
Thomas the Imposter (1965) as The Nurse
In the First World War, when Paris is expected to fall to the Germans, the attractive widow, Princesse de Bormes, organises a convoy of cars to evacuate the wounded from the front, and bring them back to her villa in Paris to recuperate. The authorities will not give them passes until an innocent 16-year-old boy, Guillaume Thomas de Fontenoy, joins them and is mistaken as the nephew of the popular General de Fontenoy. The Princess is enraptured by Thomas and her daughter, Henriette, falls in love with him. However Thomas feels impelled to see more of the action of the war.
42.
The Burning Court (1963) as Marie Boissard
43.
Thérèse (1963) as Anne de la Trave
After ThTrFse is acquitted of trying to poison her husband, Bernard Desqueyroux, she recalls the events that lead to her being charged. At the beginning of her marriage to Bernard, the only respite she found from the stifling provincial life was the company of her sister-in-law Anne. After Anne left, she found herself trapped in a loveless marriage to a boring man, whose only interest was in preserving his family name and property. By accident, ThTrFse found that an increase in Bernard's medicine made him very ill.
44.
Eyes Without a Face (1959) as Christiane
A surgeon steals young women's faces hoping to heal his daughter's scars.

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