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Charlots Go to Spain, 1h22
Directed by Jean Girault
Origin France
Genres Comedy
Actors Gérard Rinaldi, Jean-Guy Fechner, Jean Sarrus, Gérard Filippelli, Gérard Croce, Jacques Legras

Gérard, Phil, Jean et Jean-Guy travaillent tous les quatre à la RATP. Cette année, ils ont prévu de partir en vacances en Espagne. À leur arrivée, ils apprennent que le directeur de leur agence de voyages est parti avec la caisse et ne leur a pas réservé de chambres. Ils sont engagés dans un grand palace, accumulant gaffes sur gaffes, ils se font renvoyer de plusieurs petits boulots avant d'être engagés comme mariniers sur un yacht...
Cesar and Rosalie, 1h50
Directed by Claude Sautet
Origin France
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romance
Actors Yves Montand, Romy Schneider, Sami Frey, Isabelle Huppert, Eva Maria Meineke, Bernard Le Coq

In Paris the beautiful divorcée Rosalie spends time with César, a coarse but good-hearted scrap merchant. At a wedding she sees her first love David, a shy graphic artist. Despite the efforts of César to stifle the renewed relationship, David and Rosalie run away to Sète on the Mediterranean. Distraught at being abandoned, César tracks them down and offers Rosalie her family's old holiday home on the island of Noirmoutier in the Atlantic, which he has bought. She accepts and all her family come to spend the summer there, but she falls into depression. In an effort to rally her, César goes to find David and persuades him to join them. This well-intentioned ploy backfires because Rosalie then runs away. Left together, the two rivals become good friends. A year later they are enjoying lunch when a taxi draws up and out steps Rosalie.
Money Money Money, 2h
Directed by Claude Lelouch
Origin France
Genres Comedy, Adventure
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Films about prostitution, Erotic thriller films
Actors Lino Ventura, Jacques Brel, Charles Denner, Aldo Maccione, Yves Robert, Nicole Courcel

Five incorrigible crooks, frustrated by their disappointing career as bank robbers, decide to switch from bank heists to kidnapping European celebrities. Pretending to be terrorists, they kidnap their first hostage, singer Johnny Hallyday, and demand a huge sum of money to prevent further trouble. They receive their ransom money. They go on to kidnap other celebrities, and grow more successful with each kidnapping. Eventually they expand their targets and hijack planes, kidnap ambassadors, and even abduct the Pope.
Murmur of the Heart, 1h58
Directed by Louis Malle
Origin France
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Films about families, Scoutisme, Films about sexuality, Le thème des vacances, Erotic films, La sexualité des mineurs, Films about virginity
Actors Benoît Ferreux, Lea Massari, Daniel Gélin, Michael Lonsdale, Ave Ninchi, Micheline Bona

Laurent Chevalier is a nearly 15-year-old boy living in Dijon in 1954, who loves jazz, always receives the highest grades in his class and who opposes the First Indochina War. He has an unloving father who's a gynecologist and an affectionate Italian mother, Clara, as well as two older brothers, Thomas and Marc. One night, Thomas and Marc take Laurent to a brothel, where Laurent loses his virginity to a prostitute before they are disrupted by his drunken brothers. Upset, he leaves on a scouting trip, where he catches scarlet fever and is left with a heart murmur.
Red Sun
Red Sun (1971)
, 1h49
Directed by Terence Young, Bernard Farrel
Origin France
Genres Action, Western
Themes Seafaring films, Sports films, Transport films, Martial arts films, Samurai films
Actors Ursula Andress, Charles Bronson, Alain Delon, Toshiro Mifune, Capucine, Anthony Dawson

Link Stuart (Bronson) is a ruthless outlaw, and co-leader along with Gauche (Delon) of a gang of bandits. Link and Gauche lead their gang on a successful train robbery, and discover that one of its cars carries a Japanese ambassador, who is bringing a ceremonial katana (sword) as a gift for President Ulysses S. Grant. Gauche takes the sword, and kills one of the two samurai guards, while members of his gang attempt to murder Link by throwing dynamite into the train car he occupies, then leaving him for dead.
Without Apparent Motive, 1h38
Directed by Philippe Labro
Origin France
Genres Crime
Themes La provence, Serial killer films
Actors Jean-Louis Trintignant, Dominique Sanda, Laura Antonelli, Paul Crauchet, Carla Gravina, Jean-Pierre Marielle

Nice, 1971. Le Commissaire Carella enquête sur deux meurtres semblables commis la même journée. Deux autres surviennent le lendemain. Une course contre la montre s'engage pour trouver le lien entre ces quatre meurtres sans mobile apparent…
Touch and Go, 1h50
Directed by Philippe de Broca
Origin France
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Le désert, Guerre du désert
Actors Marlène Jobert, Michel Piccoli, Michael York, Amidou, Didi Perego, Jean Bouise

En 1942, en Afrique du Nord, une jeune femme (Marlène Jobert) aide un officier anglais (Michael York) à échapper aux Allemands, avec l'aide d'un escroc (Michel Piccoli) et d'un Tunisien (Amidou). Ils vivront mille aventures dans le désert.
Death in Venice, 2h10
Directed by Luchino Visconti
Origin Italie
Genres Drama, Fantasy
Themes Medical-themed films, Films about music and musicians, Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, Films about classical music and musicians, Musical films, Films about viral outbreaks, LGBT-related films, Disaster films, LGBT-related film
Actors Dirk Bogarde, Silvana Mangano, Romolo Valli, Mark Burns, Nora Ricci, Björn Andrésen

The protagonist, Gustav von Aschenbach, travels to Venice for health reasons. There, he becomes obsessed with the stunning beauty of an adolescent Polish boy named Tadzio who is staying with his family at the same Grand Hôtel des Bains on the Lido as Aschenbach.
Max and the Junkmen, 1h50
Directed by Claude Sautet
Origin France
Genres Drama, Thriller, Crime, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Films about prostitution, Erotic thriller films
Actors Michel Piccoli, Romy Schneider, Georges Wilson, Bernard Fresson, François Périer, Boby Lapointe

Born into a wealthy family of French vintners, Max (Michel Piccoli) is a loner who devoted himself entirely to his obsession: the arrest of criminals. A former judge he is a police inspector and he sees a new band of burglars escape. This failure is still fresh in his mind when he meets Abel who has become a scrap thief and plunders construction sites with a small band of hoodlums around Nanterre. Max plans to encourage them to commit something big and catch them on the spot. Posing as a client, he meets Lily (Romy Schneider), a young German-born prostitute who is the companion of Abel. He pretends to be the director of a small bank branch which receives significant amounts of money at regular intervals. He ensures the support of his police commissioner. Max fails however to reveal his role as instigator. Gradually, some feeling arises between Max and Lily. But Max keeps a reserved attitude and merely influences the scrap through her. Finally, guessing the band ready for action, he communicates an ideal date to commit robbery. On the scheduled day, the police await them and they are arrested. Later in the police station, Rosinsky (the top cop in the bank's district) reveals to Max that he wants all collaborators brought to justice, including Lily. Distraught, Max tries to save her and ends up threatening Rosinsky. In an argument, Max pulls out his gun and kills him.
The Married Couple of the Year Two, 1h38
Directed by Jean-Paul Rappeneau
Origin France
Genres Comedy, Adventure, Historical
Themes Histoire de France, French Revolution films
Actors Jean-Paul Belmondo, Marlène Jobert, Laura Antonelli, Sami Frey, Michel Auclair, Julien Guiomar

Having killed a noble too friendly with his wife Charlotte, Nicolas Phillibert flees from France to South Carolina, where he does well and wants to marry a rich man’s daughter. To do so, he will first have to return to France and get a divorce. On landing at Nantes in 1793, the Reign of Terror is raging and he is arrested by the revolutionaries. Taken to a republican ceremony in the cathedral, he saves the life of a royalist girl, Pauline, and escapes with her to an isolated castle. There he finds Charlotte, claiming to be a widow, with Pauline’s brother Henri. A prince arrives from London to organise resistance in the Vendée and is struck by Charlotte, who was told by a gypsy that she would become a princess. She admits that she is married to Nicolas, so the prince has him drugged and carried into Nantes city hall to get a divorce. Put back on his ship for America, Nicolas’ divorce certificate blows overboard. Diving into the Loire, he swims ashore to find Charlotte again, but she has left with the prince for neutral Germany. Pursuing her across France in the throes of the Austrian invasion, he catches her at the frontier. Fifteen years later, Nicolas is made a prince by Napoleon and the gypsy’s prediction comes true.
Harold and Maude, 1h31
Directed by Hal Ashby
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romantic comedy, Romance
Themes Films about suicide, Vieillesse, Buddy films
Actors Ruth Gordon, Bud Cort, Eric Christmas, Vivian Pickles, Cyril Cusack, Ellen Geer

Harold Chasen (Bud Cort) is a young man obsessed with death. He stages elaborate fake suicides, attends funerals and drives a hearse, all to the chagrin of his socialite mother (Vivian Pickles).
The Burglars, 2h
Directed by Henri Verneuil
Origin France
Genres Thriller, Action, Crime
Themes Transport films, Films about automobiles, Road movies, Heist films, Chase films, Gangster films, Escroquerie
Actors Jean-Paul Belmondo, Omar Sharif, Robert Hossein, Dyan Cannon, Nicole Calfan, Renato Salvatori

Azad (Jean-Paul Belmondo), Ralf (Robert Hossein) and 2 other accomplices rob a suitcase of emeralds from a rich Greek citizen, M.Tasco. When Abel Zacharia (Omar Sharif), the Athenian police chief, surprises Azad's car in front of Tasco's house on the night of the robbery, he decides to let Azad and his team go, hoping he could retrieve the emeralds for himself. Follows a chase between Azad and the corrupt cop through Athens' streets which culminates to the final scene which will be later borrowed by Witness in 1985.
Rookies Run Amok, 1h20
Directed by Claude Zidi
Origin France
Genres Comedy
Themes French war films, Military humor in film
Actors Gérard Rinaldi, Jean-Guy Fechner, Jean Sarrus, Gérard Filippelli, Luis Rego, Jacques Seiler

Gérard, Phil, Jean-Guy, Jean et Luis, cinq amis inséparables, rêvent de créer un groupe pop du nom de The Tourist's. Après avoir loué à Crème leurs instruments de musique, ils participent à un concours régional, dont ils remportent le trophée.
They Call Me Trinity, 1h53
Directed by Enzo Barboni
Origin Italie
Genres Comedy, Action, Western
Themes Buddy films
Actors Terence Hill, Bud Spencer, Farley Granger, Luciano Rossi, Gisela Hahn, Ugo Sasso

Trinity (Terence Hill) comes into view accompanied by the movie's theme song, being dragged around in a travois by his horse. He is filthy, yet seems perfectly content as the horse drags him across the desert and through water crossings. When the horse stops near a dwelling, Trinity gets up, pulls on his boots, gets stung by a scorpion hiding in the boot (but is clearly insusceptible to the venom), drags his Colt 45 in holster, feeds some hay to his horse, then walks inside.