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Agathe de La Fontaine is a Actor French born on 27 march 1972 at Paris (France)

Agathe de La Fontaine

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Nationality France
Birth 27 march 1972 (52 years) at Paris (France)

Agathe de La Fontaine (born 27 March 1972) is a French actress. Her film roles include Train de vie (1998), which shared the 1999 Sundance World Cinema Audience Award with Run Lola Run, and Love in Paris, the sequel to 9½ Weeks. La Fontaine was married to former football player Emmanuel Petit.

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Filmography of Agathe de La Fontaine (8 films)

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The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, 1h52
Directed by Julian Schnabel
Origin France
Genres Drama, Biography, Historical
Themes Films about writers, Medical-themed films, Films about disabilities
Actors Mathieu Amalric, Emmanuelle Seigner, Marie-Josée Croze, Anne Consigny, Max von Sydow, Patrick Chesnais
Roles Inès
Rating79% 3.997663.997663.997663.997663.99766
The first third of the film is told from the main character's, Jean-Dominique Bauby (Mathieu Amalric), or Jean-Do as his friends call him, first person perspective. The film opens as Bauby wakes from his three-week coma in a hospital in Berck-sur-Mer, France. After an initial rather over-optimistic analysis from one doctor, a neurologist explains that he has locked-in syndrome, an extremely rare condition in which the patient is almost completely physically paralyzed, but remains mentally normal. At first, the viewer primarily hears Bauby's "thoughts" (he thinks he is speaking but no one hears him), which are inaccessible to the other characters (who are seen through his one functioning eye).
Train of Life, 1h43
Directed by Radu Mihaileanu
Origin France
Genres Drama, War, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes French war films, Medical-themed films, Films about religion, Transport films, La culture tzigane, Rail transport films, Films about psychiatry, Political films, Films about Jews and Judaism, Film se déroulant dans un train
Actors Lionel Abelanski, Rufus, Agathe de La Fontaine, Michel Muller (humoriste), Clément Harari, Gad Elmaleh
Roles Esther
Rating75% 3.7945853.7945853.7945853.7945853.794585
The movie starts off with a man, named Schlomo (Lionel Abelanski), running crazily through a forest, with his voice playing in the background, saying that he has seen the horror of the Nazis in a nearby town, and he must tell the others. Once he gets into town, he informs the rabbi, and together they run through the town and once they have got enough people together, they hold a town meeting. At first, many of the men do not believe the horrors they are being told, and many criticize Schlomo, for he is the town lunatic, and who could possibly believe him? But the rabbi believes him, and then they try to tackle the problem of the coming terrors. Amidst the pondering and the arguing, Schlomo suggests that they build a train, so they can escape by deporting themselves. Some of their members pretend to be Nazis in order to ostensibly transport them to a concentration camp, when in reality, they are going to Palestine via Russia. Thus the Train of Life is born.
Another 9 1/2 Weeks, 1h45
Directed by Anne Goursaud
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance, Erotic thriller
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films
Actors Mickey Rourke, Angie Everhart, Agathe de La Fontaine, Steven Berkoff, Dougray Scott, Faisal Attia
Roles Claire
Rating29% 1.470041.470041.470041.470041.47004
Ten years after Elizabeth (the character portrayed by Kim Basinger in the first film) left him, John has descended into a world of depression and loneliness, and is suicidal. When he receives an invitation to attend an art exhibit in Paris that will feature some of Elizabeth's paintings, he immediately boards a plane for France, hoping to get to talk to her.
Louis 19, King of the Airwaves, 1h35
Directed by Michel Poulette
Origin Canada
Genres Comedy
Themes Films about television, La téléréalité
Actors Martin Drainville, Chantal Fontaine, Gilbert Lachance, Jean L'Italien, Patricia Tulasne, Dominique Michel
Roles Julie Leduc
Rating60% 3.0484453.0484453.0484453.0484453.048445
Louis 19, le roi des ondes est une satire sur la présence de la télévision dans la vie moderne.
The Cave of the Golden Rose 4
Directed by Lamberto Bava
Genres Fantasy, Adventure, Romance
Actors Alessandra Martines, Brigitte Nielsen, Horst Buchholz, Ursula Andress, Nicholas Rogers, Marc de Jonge
Roles Angelica
Rating65% 3.2821453.2821453.2821453.2821453.282145
A mysterious black cloud is travelling across the land, bringing death and destruction wherever it goes. Fantaghirò is helping the people of her kingdom escape to safety when she crosses paths with young Prince Parsel. Parsel is chasing the black cloud because it took his castle, and he is trying to find a way to get it back. When the black cloud passes over Fantaghirò's castle, it too disappears, so she joins with Parsel to search for the origins of the black cloud. They travel to the kingdom of Tohor where they discover that Tarabas, the reformed dark wizard, has been imprisoned and accused of conjuring the black cloud. Fantaghirò, who knows that he has renounced his evil ways, helps him escape. Fantaghirò, Tarabas, Parsel and Princess Angelica of Tohor (who has fallen in love with Tarabas) leave Tohor to track down the black cloud, which they discover is conjured by a powerful dark magician named Darken.
Killer Kid
Killer Kid (1994)
, 1h30
Origin France
Genres Drama
Themes Films about terrorism
Actors Tewfik Jallab, Salah Teskouk, Marc de Jonge, Agathe de La Fontaine
Roles Isabelle
Rating70% 3.51043.51043.51043.51043.5104
Un petit Beur des banlieues et un jeune Libanais programmé pour tuer, devenus les jouets de terroristes cyniques, se lient d'une profonde amitié