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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
French Woman, A (1995) as Charles
Portrait of one woman leads to an acute picture of France from 1939-1954.
2.
Tangos - L'exil de Gardel (1985) as San Martin
Following th hopes and everyday problems of a dance troupe of Argentine exiles in Paris.
3.
I Comme Icare (1979) as Heininger
After the recently re-elected President of a fictitious state has been assassinated, one of the members of the investigation committee refuses to sign the final report and is given the task of investigating once more. In the course of his search he finds evidence that casts serious doubt on the committee's "lone-gunman" theory... A very bold film that basically told the "JFK" story thinly disguised as having taken place not in the US.
4.
Perceval le gallois (1978) as Roi Pecheur
5.
La prisonnière (1969) as
Stanislas Hassler blazes the development of modern art in his gallery, packed with works of surprising shapes, colours and textures, and where exhibitions turn into media events. Gilbert Moreau is one of the artists whose sculptures are on display in the gallery. His wife, JosTe, is intrigued by the stern Stanislas, who devotes his free time to photography in an apartment that highlights his sophisticated artistic tastes. But besides enlarged pictures of calligraphic samples, Stanislas is amassing a collection of photographs that reveal a disturbed character. So why would JosTe endanger her mature relationship with Gilbert for the morbid observation of Stanislas's hidden personality?
6.
The Milky Way (1969) as The Inquisitor
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.
7.
Is Paris Burning? (1966) as Luizet
Resistance fighters and secret agents struggle to keep the Nazis from destroying Paris before their retreat.
8.
Orchid For the Tiger, An (1965)
Louis Rapiere aka Tiger is sent to Port-a-Pitre (French Guyane), to supervise the recuperation of a treasure from a sunken ship. A group of revolutionaries pirates the ship and robs the treasure, intending to sell it to an international terrorist organization, named Orchid. When he gets there, he demands that the French authority arrests the revolutionaries, but trying to prevent a general strike, the police does nothing. The Tiger finds himself acting alone, in a paralized territory - as the revoltionaries incited the people to the general strike anyway... and competing against American, Russian, and German spies. Everybody is very interested in the treasure, a rare mineral with tremendous impact on arms development, now about to fall into the Orchid's clutch.
9.
Night Encounter (1963) as
10.
Three Faces of Sin (1963) as Inspector
11.
Julie the Redhead (1963) as Notary
12.
Tomorrow Is My Turn (1962) as Ludovic
Following the defeat of France by Germany during WWII, two French soldiers are taken to a German farm as forced laborers. In the ensuing years they become deeply involved in the lives of their captors.
13.
Eyes Without a Face (1959) as
A surgeon steals young women's faces hoping to heal his daughter's scars.
14.
Sorceress, The (1956) as Camoin
Brulard, a French civil engineer on assignment in Sweden for a lumber company meets Ina, a local nature-girl type, falls in love, has an affair, tries to convert her to "civilization", but ends up getting her killed by superstitious villagers instead.

Music (feature film)

15.
Alice and Martin (1998) as Song ("Le Sport Roi")
Raised in a small French town by his single mother, a hairdresser named Jeanine, 10-year-old Martin is sent to live with Victor, his tyrannical father. Victor has a family of his own: a wife, Lucie, and three sons, Francois, Frederic, and Benjamin. Twelve years later, Martin remains scarred by his c

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