Marcel Berbert


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Day For Night (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Meet Pamela A famous Francois Truffaut opening, with Truffaut playing the director of the movie which is the basis for the story, Jean-Pierre Aumont and Jean-Pierre Lead his male leads, playing father and son, young Nathalie Baye and Dani on the crew, Jean Champion the producer, in Day For Night, 1973.
Day For Night (1973) -- (Movie Clip) She Must Be Fine Now Nathalie Baye and Dani as crew members Joelle and Odile, Walter Bal the cameraman, director Francois Truffaut playing director Ferrand, Jacqueline Bisset as actress Julie, dominating without appearing, Bernard Menez the prop man, and Jean-Pierre Leaud as actor Alphonse, in Day For Night, 1973.
Day For Night (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Why Can't The Secretary Be Pregnant? Francois Truffaut directs himself as director Ferrand, dealing with a casting crisis with his producer (Jean Bertrand), a contribution from composer Georges Delerue, a cavalcade of tributes to Truffaut’s idols and friends, and Jacqueline Bisset arriving as Julie, the star, in Day For Night, 1973.
Soft Skin, The (1964) -- (Movie Clip) On Balzac Francois Truffaut's opening with leading man Jean Desailly as literary editor Pierre, arriving in home in Paris, quick goodbyes to wife (Nelly Benedetti) and daughter (Sabine Haudepin) then just a glimpse of female lead Francoise Dorleac as stewardess Nicole, in The Soft Skin, 1964.
Soft Skin, The (1964) -- (Movie Clip) I Get Off Here Just finished giving his talk in Lisbon, editor Pierre (Jean Desailly) catches the hotel elevator with crew from his earlier flight, Gerard Poirot the co-pilot and Francoise Dorleac the stewardess Nicole, minimal dialogue in Francois Truffaut's The Soft Skin, 1964.
Two English Girls (1971) -- (Movie Clip) I'll Write A Book This opening narration is by leading man Jean-Pierre Leaud as "Claude," director Francois will take over later, after a Hitchcock-ey vignette in turn-of-the-century France and the introduction of Anne (Kika Markham), in Two English Girls, 1971.
Two English Girls (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Look At Her Yet Early on his first visit to Wales (the title notwithstanding) director Francois Truffaut narrates as French Claude (Jean-Pierre Leaud) is introduced by Anne (Kika Markham) to shy sister Muriel (Stacey Tendeter), their mother (Sylvia Marriott) much at ease, early in Two English Girls, 1971.
Two English Girls (1971) -- (Movie Clip) The Three Became Inseperable Idyllic like the novel by Henri-Pierre Roche`, the art dealer, writer and friend of director Francois Truffaut (also narrating), scenes with Claude (Jean-Pierre Leaud) growing closer to sisters Anne and Muriel (Kika Markham, Stacey Tendeter), from Two English Girls, 1971.
Two English Girls (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Stone By Stone Having fallen in love over the summer, Claude (Jean-Pierre Leaud) receives his mother (Marie Mansart), in Wales to negotiate his marriage to Muriel (Stacey Tendeter), family friend Flint (Mark Peterson) mediating, director Francois Truffaut a little abstract, in Two English Girls, 1971.
Mississippi Mermaid (1970) -- (Movie Clip) If We Made The Same Wish Still in early days together, tobacco grower Louis (Jean-Paul Belmondo) getting to know mail-order bride Julie (Catherine Deneuve), before she sneaks off, observed by his banker (played by producer Marcel Berbert), the first clear weirdness, in Francois Truffaut's Mississippi Mermaid, 1970.
Mississippi Mermaid (1970) -- (Movie Clip) Long Live France! Typically unorthodox and immediate opening by director Francois Truffaut, ending with a dedication to Jean Renoir, including clips from the latter's La Marseillaise, 1938, in Mississippi Mermaid, 1970, starring Jean-Paul Belmondo and Catherine Deneuve, from a novel by Cornell Woolrich.
Mississippi Mermaid (1970) -- (Movie Clip) You May Kiss The Bride After their tentative and somewhat spooky meeting, Reunion Island tobacco plantation owner Louis (Jean-Paul Belmondo) marries mail-order bride Julie (Catherine Deneuve), shot on location by director Francois Truffaut in Mississippi Mermaid, 1970.