Pierre Lhomme


Director Of Photography

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Sunless (1983)

Cinematography (Feature Film)

Cotton Mary (1999)
Director Of Photography
In and Out of Fashion (1998)
Camera (For Film Excerpts)
Voleur de vie (1998)
Director Of Photography
Les Palmes de M. Schutz (1997)
Director Of Photography
Mon Homme (1996)
Director Of Photography
Anna Oz (1996)
Director Of Photography
Jefferson in Paris (1995)
Director Of Photography
Dieu que les femmes sont amoureuses (1994)
Director Of Photography
Toxic Affair (1993)
Director Of Photography
Promenades d'Ete (1992)
Director Of Photography
Voyager (1991)
Director Of Photography (American Parts)
Cyrano de Bergerac (1990)
Director Of Photography
L' Etat sauvage (1990)
Director Of Photography
Bapteme (1989)
Director Of Photography
Camille Claudel (1989)
Director Of Photography
Secret Obsession (1988)
Director Of Photography
La Face cachee de la lune (1988)
Director Of Photography
Charlie Dingo (1987)
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Maurice (1987)
Director Of Photography
My Little Girl (1986)
Director Of Photography
Urgence (1985)
Director Of Photography
44 ou les recits de la nuit (1985)
Cinematographer
Le Grand Carnaval (1983)
Director Of Photography
Mortelle Randonnee (1982)
Director Of Photography
Quartet (1981)
Director Of Photography
La Fille Prodigue (1981)
Director Of Photography
Tout feu, tout flamme (1981)
Director Of Photography
Le Navire Night (1979)
Director Of Photography
Retour a la Bien-Aimee (1979)
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Judith Therpauve (1978)
Director Of Photography
Une Sale Histoire (1977)
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Tell Him I Love Him (1977)
Director Of Photography
Les Enfants du Placard (1977)
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L' Ombre des Chateaux (1976)
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Le Sauvage (1975)
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Le Grand Delire (1975)
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La Chair de l'orchidee (1974)
Director Of Photography
Sweet Movie (1974)
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Je sais rien mais je dirai tout (1973)
Director Of Photography
La Maman et la putain (1973)
Cinematographer
La Maman et la putain (1973)
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Le Sex Shop (1972)
Director Of Photography
Quelq'un derriere la porte (1971)
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Quatre nuits d'un reveur (1971)
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M comme Mathieu (1971)
Director Of Photography
Collective Marriage (1971)
Cinematographer
Le Vieille Fille (1971)
Director Of Photography
Mister Freedom (1970)
Director of Photography
La chamade (1969)
Director of Photography
Mr. Freedom (1969)
Cinematographer
Army of Shadows (1969)
Director Of Photography
The Oldest Profession (1968)
Camera
King of Hearts (1967)
Director of Photography
La vie de ch√Ęteau (1967)
Director of Photography
Le joli mai (1963)
Director of Photography

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Jefferson in Paris (1995)
Dp/Cinematographer
44 ou les recits de la nuit (1985)
Other

Cinematography (TV Mini-Series)

Mistral's Daughter (1984)
Director Of Photography

Misc. Crew (TV Mini-Series)

Mistral's Daughter (1984)
Dp/Cinematographer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Le Sauvage (1975) - I Don't Make The Laws Caracas Italian gangster Vittorio (Luigi Vanucchi) enters the night club where his runaway girlfriend Nelly (Catherine Deneuve) has come to ask ex-boss Alex (Tony Roberts, with flawless French), for cash, in Jean-Paul Rappeneau's Le Sauvage, 1975, co-starring Yves Montand.
Le Sauvage (1975) - Are You French? French Nelly (Catherine Deneuve) in a Caracas hotel having sneaked out of her gangster boyfriend's bed, panics when he (Luigi Vanucchi) shows up and in chasing her, involves the French guy staying next door (Yves Montand), early in Jean-Paul Rappeneau's crime-comedy Le Sauvage, 1975.
Le Sauvage (1975) - It's Got Emotional Value Martin (Yves Montand) floats back to the island off Venezuela where he makes perfume and finds Nelly (Catherine Deneuve), the runaway gang moll whom he just rescued with a plane ticket to Paris, waiting, with her stolen Tolouse-Lautrec, in Jean-Paul Rappeneau's comical Le Sauvage, 1975.
Le Combat Dans L'Ile (1962) - Power Must Be Seized A big reveal here, as narration begins explaining what Clement (Jean-Louis Trintignant) has been doing smuggling a bazooka around Paris, meeting with comrades led by Serge (Pierre Asso), in director Alain Cavalier's New Wave inflected political thriller Le Combat Dans L'Ile, 1962.
Le Combat Dans L'Ile (1962) - A Weapon Of War Arising in Paris after an intense, boozy night out, singer Anne (Romy Schneider), with the maid, discovers a bazooka in the closet, which her husband Clement (Jean-Louis Trintignant), returning from a meeting with his industrialist father, feels little need to explain, in Le Combat Dans L'Ile , 1962.
Le Combat Dans L'Ile (1962) - You Must Bring The Device No context as this is the opening shot, Jean-Louis Tringignant and Romy Schneider as a young Paris couple, sharing a cab after dinner with Pierre Asso, whose relationship is not explained, though dialogue intrigues, in director Alan Cavalier's Les Combat Dans L'Ile, 1962.
Quartet (1981) - Paris, 1927 Following the credits, the Merchant-Ivory depiction of 1927 Paris, introducing Marya (Isabelle Adjani) and her husband Zelli (Anthony Higgins), in QUartet, 1981, from a Jean Rhys novel.
Quartet (1981) - Impossible Situations Idle rich English Lois (Maggie Smith) and H-J (Alan Bates) in their Paris flat, noting the misfortunes of an acquaintance, not agreeing on whether to help her, early in the Merchant-Ivory production Quartet, 1981.
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) - My Nose Is Enormous! Having cleared the theater, Gerard Depardieu (title character) discusses his nose with a manager (Pierre Triboulet) then delivers his famous tirade to Valvert (Philippe Volter), early in Cyrano De Bergerac, 1990.
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) - Your Skill And Courage After a heroic duel, Gerard Depardieu (title character), with confidante Le Bret (Philippe Morier-Genoud) discusses his troubles, in Jean-Paul Rappeneau's celebrated 1990 production of Cyrano De Bergerac.
Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) - Dear Cousin Gerard Depardieu (title character) is writing a love letter to his cousin Roxane (Anne Brochet) when she unexpectedly arrives at his friend's bakery, seeking his counsel, in Cyrano De Bergerac, 1990.

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