Julien turns up at one of his former girlfriends’ wedding; she is marrying an “old man”. Read More »
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Catherine, a young prostitute living in Paris, decides to incorporate herself after learning the basics of big business from her clients. Read More »
The film is an often light-hearted look at the not-so-glorious side of the WW II Occupation of France: black market, war profiteers cracking open bottles of Champagne while many Parisians are suffering substantial deprivation. Read More »
Cette sacrée gamine / That Naughty Girl (1956) Michel Boisrond, Brigitte Bardot, Jean Bretonnière, Françoise Fabian, Comedy, Musical, Romance
In Paris, when the owner of the nightclub Mississippi in Pigalle Paul Latour is wanted by the police accused of distribution of forged dollars in his club, he asks his protégée and lead attraction of Mississippi Jean Clery to protect his beloved daughter Brigitte. Jean is engaged of the psychoanalyst Lily and brings the wild and rebel Brigitte from her conservative boarding school to his fancy apartment while Paul travels to Lausanne to meet a friend to clear his name. While waiting for the return of Paul, Brigitte turns Paul’s life upside down and they fall in love for each other. But the Parisian police and the counterfeit ring are chasing Brigitte, but Jean, his butler Jerome and his friends protect the girl.
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La française et l’amour / Love and the Frenchwoman (1960) Michel Boisrond, Christian-Jaque, Jacqueline Porel, Pierre-Jean Vaillard, Darry Cowl, Comedy
The seven stages in the life of the modern Frenchwomen are disclosed by seven directors in a witty way: 1 – Childhood, 2 – Adolescence, 3 – Virginity, 4 – Marriage, 5 – Adultery, 6 – Divorce, 7 – The Single Woman.
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