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Le Sauvage (1975) -- (Movie Clip) 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) -- (Movie Clip) 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) -- (Movie Clip) 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.
Such A Gorgeous Kid Like Me (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Criminal Women Director Francois Truffaut with a narrative framing device, his producer Marcel Berbert the librarian, then introducing his leads, Andre Dussollier the sociologist, Bernadette LaFont his subject, "Camille Bliss," opening Such A Gorgeous Kid Like Me, 1972.
Such A Gorgeous Kid Like Me (1972) -- (Movie Clip) That Kleeno Dame In his second interview session with convict Camille (Bernadette LaFont), sociologist Previn (Andre Dussollier) learns of her history with mother-in-law Isobel (Gilberte Geniat) and husband Clovis (Philippe Leotard), in Such A Gorgeous Kid Like Me, 1972, from a novel by Henry Farrell.