Thomas est un écrivain en herbe. Il n’a hélas pas grand-chose à raconter. Et c’est dommage car il le raconte vraiment bien. Il a du style. En venant à Paris et en rencontrant Julie, il va découvrir pour la première fois l'amour avec un grand A. Ce qu'il ignore, c'est que Julie est dans les problèmes jusqu'au cou et qu’en voulant l’aider, il va mettre les pieds dans les emmerdes avec un grand E...
, 1h32 Directed byMichel Blanc OriginFrance GenresComedy ThemesFilms about films ActorsMichel Blanc, Carole Bouquet, Philippe Noiret, Josiane Balasko, Christian Clavier, Marie-Anne Chazel Roles La femme #2 Rating63% Michel Blanc is a great film actor. However, he was accused of sexually abusing Josiane Balasko, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Mathilda May, had behaved like a cad at Cannes and accept poor seals, such as animations in supermarkets, secretly his agent. The evidence is obvious, but White knows he is innocent. He is assisted by Carole Bouquet to shed light on this matter, and he discovers that he has a perfect double, Patrick Olivier, who, having suffered in his life to be like Michel Blanc, decided to enjoy.
, 2h9 Directed byBertrand Tavernier, Riccardo Freda OriginFrance GenresComedy, Swashbuckler, Action, Adventure ThemesFilms about sexuality, Transgender in film, Histoire de France, LGBT-related film, Cross-dressing in film ActorsSophie Marceau, Philippe Noiret, Claude Rich, Sami Frey, Jean-Luc Bideau, Gigi Proietti Roles Sœur Céline Rating59% In the autumn of 1654, an escaped slave seeks refuge at a convent in southern France. After the nuns take him in, his pursuers break into the convent and assault the nuns, searching for the slave. After wounding the mother superior (Pascale Roberts), they close in on their prey. One feisty novitiate, Eloise (Sophie Marceau)—the daughter of the renowned swordsman D'Artagnan (Philippe Noiret) of the famed Three Musketeers—stands up to the intruders, but is shoved aside as they ride off after the frightened slave, who escaped from the evil Duke Crassac de Merindol. Eloise finds a blood-stained piece of paper (a simple laundry list) that the slave used to stop a bleeding wound, and believes it holds some secret code. Later, Eloise is with the mother superior when she dies from her wound. Swearing a sacred oath to avenge her and dressed in men's clothes, Eloise sets out for Paris to elicit the help of her father in tracking down the murderers.
, 1h50 Directed byÉtienne Chatiliez OriginFrance GenresDrama, Comedy ThemesVieillesse ActorsTsilla Chelton, Catherine Jacob, Isabelle Nanty, Éric Prat, Laurence Février, Neige Dolsky Roles la chauffeuse de taxi Rating71% Danielle Billard, aged 82, is a childless widow of an army colonel. She lives in a small-town home in Auxerre with her faithful housekeeper, Odile. Quiet life? Things are not as they appear. Danielle is mean, cruel and malicious. When Odile "accidentally" dies, Danielle divides her estate between her grand-niece and grand-nephew, Jeanne and Jean-Pierre. She then goes to live in Paris with Jean-Pierre and his family. Although the family believes her to be an agreeable elderly lady, they soon discover her true colours!
, 1h25 Directed byJean-Luc Godard, Richard Debuisne OriginFrance GenresDrama, Comedy, Crime, Romance ActorsMaruschka Detmers, Jacques Bonnaffé, Myriem Roussel, Christophe Odent, Jean-Luc Godard, Bertrand Liebert Rating65% Carmen, in voice over paired with shots of the city and the sea, introduces herself as "the girl who should not be called Carmen." Somewhere a string quartet is rehearsing the late string quartets of Beethoven. The eccentric Jeannot (Godard himself) is living in a sanitarium where the doctor threatens to throw him out if he doesn't start to show signs of real illness. Carmen comes to visit him, and it is revealed he is a washed up filmmaker and her lecherous uncle. After getting her Uncle Jeannot to loan her his seaside apartment, Carmen and some others attempt to rob a bank. During the mayhem of the robbery, Carmen comes face to face with Joseph, a comically inept bank guard, and the two immediately fall in love. The string quartet continues to rehearse, inflecting the scenes of the robbery, and vice versa. The narrative link is that one of the members of the quartet is Claire, who is established earlier in the film as a potential love interest for Joseph.