Geoffrey Carey


Biography

Geoffrey Carey was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Carey's career in acting began with his roles in various films like the comedy "L' Hotel de la plage" (1978) with Jean-Paul Muel, the Patrick Bauchau comedy "Der Stand der Dinge" (1982) and the crime feature "La Balance" (1982) with Nathalie Baye. He also appeared in "Joy" (1983), "Enigma" (1983) and "Exposed" (1983...

Biography

Geoffrey Carey was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Carey's career in acting began with his roles in various films like the comedy "L' Hotel de la plage" (1978) with Jean-Paul Muel, the Patrick Bauchau comedy "Der Stand der Dinge" (1982) and the crime feature "La Balance" (1982) with Nathalie Baye. He also appeared in "Joy" (1983), "Enigma" (1983) and "Exposed" (1983). He kept working in film throughout the eighties, starring in "Kamikaze" (1986), the adventurous drama "The Big Blue" (1988) with Jean-Marc Barr and "Trois places pour le 26" (1988) with Yves Montand. More recently, he continued to act in the comedy "The Favour, the Watch, and the Very Big Fish" (1992) with Bob Hoskins, "Bitter Moon" (1994) with Peter Coyote and the Glenn Fitzgerald comedic drama "Rhinoceros Hunting in Budapest" (1997). He also appeared in the drama "Souvenir" (1998) with Stanton Miranda. Carey most recently acted in the Ethan Hawke thriller "The Woman in the Fifth" (2012).

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La Chienne (a.k.a. The Bitch) (1931) - You Spoil Me, Darling Some time into their affair, far-from-wealthy bureaucrat LeGrand (Michel Simon) ends an evening with his mistress Lulu (Janie Parèse), sending her up to the apartment he pays for, furnished with his own paintings, still unaware that she’s giving his money to her boyfriend and de facto pimp Dèdè (Georges Flamant), in Jean Renoir’s La Chienne, a.k.a. The Bitch, 1931.
La Chienne (a.k.a. The Bitch) (1931) - Men Are Such Bores Jean Renoir directing his second sound feature, at a Paris art-scene salon, prostitute Lulu (Janie Parèse), who’s posing as fictional Clara, a suddenly popular painter, in a dancing-fight with her pimp-partner Dèdè (Georges Flamant) works with cohorts Alexandre Rignault, Pierre Desty and Lucien Mancini to schmooze a new customer (Jean Gehret), in La Chienne, a.k.a. The Bitch, 1931.
La Chienne (a.k.a. The Bitch) (1931) - You Call That Passion? Following his first meeting with Paris streetwalker Lulu, cashier LeGrand (Michel Simon), known around his office as a boring fellow with a domineering wife, returns home to her (Madeleine Berubet), angered over his timing and his painting hobby, in director Jean Renoir’s celebrated second sound feature, La Chienne, a.k.a. The Bitch, 1931.
La Chienne (a.k.a. The Bitch) (1931) - Get Your Claws In This Guy From director Jean Renoir, shooting on location in Paris, the first scene (following an earlier introduction) for Lulu (Janie Marèse) and Dèdè (Georges Flamant), meeting LeGrand (Michel Simon), the notoriously dull guy who chose not to attend the after-party following a company banquet, early in La Chienne, a.k.a. The Bitch, 1931.
La Chienne (a.k.a. The Bitch) (1931) - Open, A Stirring Social Drama The opening credits to Jean Renoir’s sensational second sound feature (he first made a quick farcical comedy, to show producers his ability with the new medium), then a framing device, using puppets to introduce his stars, Michel Simon, Janie Marese and Georges Flamant, in La Chienne, a.k.a. The Bitch, 1931.

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