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Guy Pinon

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Guy Pinon est un réalisateur français.

Biography

Guy Pinon a été à trois reprises l'assistant d'Alain Resnais. Il a réalisé un seul long métrage, La Femme à abattre, sorti en 1993.

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Filmography of Guy Pinon (3 films)

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La femme à abattre
Directed by Guy Pinon
Origin France
Actors Aurélien Recoing, Marie Bunel, Valérie Vogt, Jacques Gamblin, Éric Prat

Un policier découvre lors d'une affaire qu'il enquête sur lui-même. Sa femme a été témoin d'un attentat terroriste commis par son amant.
Life Is a Bed of Roses, 1h50
Directed by Alain Resnais, Jean Léon, Guy Pinon
Origin France
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Musical theatre, Musical
Themes Musical films
Actors Vittorio Gassman, Ruggero Raimondi, Fanny Ardant, Geraldine Chaplin, Pierre Arditi, Sabine Azéma
Rating62% 3.149333.149333.149333.149333.14933
The film interweaves three stories from different eras but sharing a common location, in the forest of Ardennes.
Providence
Providence (1977)
, 1h50
Directed by Alain Resnais, Guy Pinon
Origin France
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Fantasy
Actors Dirk Bogarde, Ellen Burstyn, John Gielgud, David Warner, Elaine Stritch, Denis Lawson
Rating78% 3.9408853.9408853.9408853.9408853.940885
On the eve of his 78th birthday, the ailing, alcoholic writer Clive Langham spends a painful and sleepless night mentally composing and recomposing scenes for a novel in which characters based on his own family are shaped by his fantasies and memories, alongside his caustic commentary on their behaviour. His son Claude appears as a cold and unforgiving prosecuting lawyer, who revels in spiteful repartee. His second (illegitimate) son Kevin features as an idealistic soldier accused of the mercy-killing of an old man who was being hunted down. Sonia, the wife of Claude, shows sympathy with Kevin and seems eager to seduce him in protest at her husband's callousness. Clive also invents the character of Helen, as Claude's mistress, but she bears the features of Clive's dead wife Molly who committed suicide. Clive's imagination is also haunted by scenes of an autopsy on the corpse of an old man, a military round-up of elderly people who are detained in a sports stadium, and a dark tangled forest in which a hunted man metamorphoses into a werewolf. Before Clive loses consciousness, it is Kevin whom he sees as the werewolf in the forest; Claude shoots Kevin but seems to identify him with their father.