Tag Archives: André Dussollier
Perceval le Gallois (1978) Éric Rohmer, Fabrice Luchini, André Dussollier, Solange Boulanger, Drama, Music, Romance, War
Ne le dis à personne / Tell No One (2006) Guillaume Canet, François Cluzet, Marie-Josée Croze, André Dussollier, Crime, Drama, Mystery
The pediatrician Alexandre Beck misses his beloved wife Margot Beck, who was brutally murdered eight years ago when he was the prime suspect. When two bodies are found near where the corpse of Margot was dumped, the police reopen the case and Alex becomes suspect again. The mystery increases when Alex receives an e-mail showing Margot older and alive.
Edith and Paul Guetz are so happy with the birth of their son Tanguy that they promise he can live with them forever. Twenty-eight years later, Tanguy, a cultivated intellectual, is still ensconced in the family home – and his parents can hardly wait to see the back of him. When Tanguy reveals that it will be at least another year before he can complete his doctoral thesis and start looking for a full-time job, Edith’s nerves finally give way. She persuades her husband that the time has come to drive their stay-at-home son away, by whatever means possible..
Effroyables Jardins / Strange Gardens (2003) Jean Becker, Jacques Villeret, André Dussollier, Thierry Lhermitte, Drama, War
Impardonnables / Unforgivable (2011) André Téchiné, André Dussollier, Carole Bouquet, Mélanie Thierry, Drama
A crime writer living in Venice while working on his new novel meets and soon marries his real-estate agent. Relocated to a remote house on Sant’Erasmo Island, his obsession with his wife’s daily whereabouts takes a dark turn.
L’amour par terre / Love on the Ground (1984) Jacques Rivette, Jane Birkin, Geraldine Chaplin, André Dussollier, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy
One of Jacques Rivette’s most accessible films – a reflection on theatre and life, mixed with playful references to haunted-house thrillers and mysterious-mansion whodunnits. The plot concerns semi-professional actors Emily (Jane Birkin) and Charlotte (Geraldine Chaplin) and their small theatrical troupe who are brought to a famous playwright’s (Jean-Pierre Kalfon) ornate, decaying mansion to perform a work-in-progress that seems to mirror some unexplained recent events in the author’s own life. The play does not have a final act, the playwright tells his guests, because the story isn’t over yet…