Tag Archives: Bernard Blier
Il magnifico cornuto / The Magnificent Cuckold (1964) Antonio Pietrangeli, Claudia Cardinale, Ugo Tognazzi, Bernard Blier, Comedy
She Does Not Drink Smoke or Flirt But She Talks (1970) Michel Audiard, Annie Girardot, Bernard Blier, Mireille Darc, Comedy
Marie-Octobre / Secret Meeting (1959) Julien Duvivier, Danielle Darrieux, Bernard Blier, Robert Dalban, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
D’homme à hommes / Man to Men (1948) Christian-Jaque, Jean-Louis Barrault, Bernard Blier, Hélène Perdrière, Biography, Drama, War
Série noire (1979) Alain Corneau, Patrick Dewaere, Myriam Boyer, Marie Trintignant, Bernard Blier, Crime, Drama
Franck Poupart is a slightly neurotic door-to-door salesman in a sinister part of Paris’ suburbs. He meets Mona, a teenager, who’s been made a prostitute by her own aunt. Franck would like to change his life and also save Mona from her aunt. Murder is the only solution he finds to achieve his goal… A very gloomy movie, exuding dispair and uneasiness, with pathetic characters.
The Stranger / Lo straniero (1967) Luchino Visconti, Marcello Mastroianni, Anna Karina, Bernard Blier, Drama
In an atmosphere of political tension when the French still control Algiers, an Algerian is killed on the beach and a French man who has lived in Algiers all his life is arrested for the murder. A trial takes place. One of the witnesses was at the funeral of Arthur Meursault’s mother. It bothers other mourners and Mersault himself that he showed no emotion when his mother died. His eventful day at the beach takes place a short time after the funeral when he is examining what his life has been and what path should he take in the future.
Nuit d’or / Golden Night (1976) Serge Moati, Bernard Blier, Klaus Kinski, Marie Dubois, Drama, Crime
After his family tries to kill him and he has been pronounced dead, Michel returns from the dead and sets about getting revenge on his family members. He sends each one a voodoo doll, warning of their fate. Wandering over the streets of Paris, Michel is the haunted and hunted, as he himself hunts his villainous kin.
Le monocle noir / The Black Monocle (1961) Georges Lautner, Paul Meurisse, Elga Andersen, Bernard Blier, Comedy, Crime
The Marquis de Villemaur reunite stranges visitors in his Castle, to meet a survivor of the 3rd Reich. There is an Italian fascist ; Heinrich, a German ; Matthias, a russian ; and Dromard, a blind French war hero, with a black monocle.
Le président / The President (1961) Henri Verneuil, Jean Gabin, Bernard Blier, Renée Faure, Thriller
At 73, France’s ex-president, Emile Beaufort, faces declining health, but he still plays a vigorous role behind the scenes as a philosopher and, potentially, as a power broker. In particular, his relationship with Philippe Chalamont comes into play: Chalamont seems in line to be the next Prime Minister, and Beaufort’s history with him is long, deep, and problematic. As Beaufort dictates his memoirs, his narrative take us to occasions, 15 and 20 years before, in which Chalamont and he clashed. Chalamont is not without talent and guile: he comes directly to Beaufort to see if they can sort things out. What will Beaufort, ill health and all, do?