Tag Archives: Jean-Hugues Anglade
A traveling cellist gets involved with two disturbed sisters on their way to Seattle to tell their mom that their dad has just passed away. On the way, the two kill a judge and a few others unknown to the cellist. Eventually he gets pinned for the crimes and is forced to defend himself.
Après des années de vie commune, François et Isa vont enfin se rencontrer… “La face cachée, c’est la face cachée des choses, tout ce qui sous-tend la vie qui n’apparaît pas. Tout ce que l’on ne voit pas et qui constitue pourtant l’essence des choses. C’est ce que l’on ne peut pas voir. C’est le déni, le refus du réel… C’est la face cachée de l’autre. L’autre, que l’on ne connaîtra jamais vraiment. L’autre, qui nous échappera toujours partiellement”.
Nuit d’été en ville / Summer Night in Town (1990) Michel Deville, Jean-Hugues Anglade, Marie Trintignant, Romance, Erotic
Unable to sleep in the sweltering heat, a young couple bares their bodies –- and their souls –- to each other over one life-changing night. They didn’t know each other when the night began. It got hot, they stayed in. Now they know each other better than most.
Villa Amalia is the story of Ann, a musician, whose life is turned upside down by a kiss. When she sees Thomas kissing another woman, Ann makes a clean break, leaving him and everything else far behind her. Suddenly unsure of everything that seemed so certain, Ann knows only that she must change her life and become someone else to find herself. With her music and the friendship of Georges, who pops out of her distant past, she sets off on a journey that will take her to an island where the Villa Amalia stands.