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Fri Mar 21 17:08:47 2014 UTClccn-n840017920.19Amour /0.280.97Hiroshima 1958 /2593437Emmanuelle_Rivan 840017921212824Riva, Emma, 1927-Riva, EmmanuèleRiva Emmanuèle 1927-....Riva, EmmanuelleRiva, Emmanuelle 1927-Riva, Paulette GermaineRiva, Paulette Germaine 1927-リヴァ, エマニュエルlccn-no96017236Trintignant, Jean-Louisnrtactlccn-n85327172Okada, Eiji1920-1995cstnrtprfactlccn-n50082448Argos Filmslccn-no96030540Binoche, Juliette1964-cstprfactlccn-n85327175Fresson, Bernard1931-2002prfactlccn-n86041261Menegoz, Margaretnp-muse, nadineMuse, Nadinenp-willi, monikaWilli, Monikalccn-n85327173Dassas, Stellaprfactlccn-n82101108Delerue, Georges1925-1992cmpRiva, EmmanuèleDramaHistoryFilm adaptationsFictionPictorial worksInterviewsLoveMan-woman relationshipsFranceWorld War (1939-1945)Japan--Hiroshima-shiMotion pictures, FrenchOld ageEmotionsSwitzerland--GenevaBombardment of Hiroshima-shi (Japan : 1945)DeceptionSpousesCerebrovascular disease--PatientsJapanOlder people--CareArchitectsActressesWidowsGerman Occupation of France (1940-1945)JewsConcentration campsGermanyManners and customsHusband and wifePriestsSexual misconduct by clergyPriests--PsychologyClergyCatholic ChurchRevengeGriefTelephoneModels (Persons)JudgesWomen composersFrance--ParisDivorcePolish peopleBeauty operatorsAtomic bombCerebrovascular diseaseFriendshipProstitutesBernadette,--Saint,France--LourdesItaly--RomeShrinesOlder peopleDetective and mystery storiesItaly1927195519561958195919601961196219641965196719691970197119731975197619791980198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220136131163505791.4372PN1997ocn848941911ocn052479911ocn051765590ocn606927327ocn758482343ocn740925785ocn857301104ocn732082355ocn744561920ocn071518937ocn691316311ocn693478709ocn761817951ocn691916876ocn692005593ocn765340343ocn658548479ocn762642828ocn743151821ocn693394354ocn299977245ocn003549877ocn013224983ocn027820032ocn753796849ocn421464194ocn063190414ocn837397995ocn743058098ocn742928361ocn470926832ocn219972376ocn225836888ocn222015945ocn767239958ocn662036696ocn8423976571989146ocn052479911visu19590.32Resnais, AlainHiroshima mon amourHistoryFictionInterviewsDramaDuring a love affair between a French actress and a Japanese architect, the actress recalls a dramatic love affair she had with a German soldier during World War II. The theme broadly concerns the need to remember the past, i.e. Hiroshima, yet live in the present+-+9841755325155128ocn848941911visu20120.19Haneke, MichaelAmourDrama"Georges and Anne are a couple of retired music teachers enjoying life in their eighties. However, Anne suddenly has a stroke at breakfast and their lives are never the same. That incident begins Anne's harrowingly steep physical and mental decline as Georges attempts to care for her at home as she wishes"--IMDb7067ocn051765590visu19930.25Kieślowski, KrzysztofTrois couleursFictionDramaDevastated by the unexpected death of her husband and child, a young woman retreats from the world around her, but is soon drawn into a web of lies and passion as the secret life of her husband unravels29016ocn606927327visu19930.32Pontecorvo, GilloKapòFictionDramaThe story of a Jewish girl from Paris sent to a concentration camp during World War II. In the camp the girl is befriended by a kindly doctor, who helps her hide her true identity and work as a camp guard, or "kapo." Unfortunately, her new found power goes to her head, and her abuse of that power is very nearly on the same level as the Nazis2033ocn052114310visu19960.28Krzysztof Kieslowski's Three colors blue, white, redDramaKrzysztof Kieślowski's trilogy of the human condition in contemporary French society, with each film drawing its theme from a color in the French flag: liberty (Bleu), equality (Blanc) and fraternity (Rouge)1881ocn758482343visu20110.27Blue, white, red three colorsDrama"A bold trio of stories about love and loss ... [that] was a defining event of the art-house boom of the 90s. The films are named for the colors of the French flag and stand for the tenets of the French Revolution: liberty, equality, and fraternity--but that hardly explains their enigmatic beauty and rich humanity. Set in Paris, Warsaw, and Geneva, and ranging from tragedy to comedy, Blue, White, and Red ... examine a group of ambiguously interconnected people experiencing profound personal disruptions"--Container17426ocn740925785visu19610.33Melville, Jean-PierreLéon Morin, prêtreHistoryDramaFilm adaptationsLife during wartime is not simply men shooting at one another, but also women tending to their children. The widow Barny is one, an office worker in a rural village in occupied France, whose child's father was a Jewish man. When genial Italians occupy the village, all is well. Then the Nazis arrive, round up and shoot the Italians, and get down to the business of rounding up Jews. Barny has her daughter baptized as a Catholic for legal certification--and also sends her to hide on a farm in the country. A communist, she takes out her anger at this subterfuge by arguing with the priest, the young Father Morin. The priest and the widow begin a series of spiritually-cum-sexually-charged dialogues. Barny's crush on Father Morin offers a place for the film to examine religious conviction, while exploring the philosophy of belief and its meaning in everyday struggle1714ocn741195333visu20000.22Léon Morin, priestHistoryFictionDramaLéon Morin is a devoted man of the cloth who is also the crush object of all the women of a small village in Nazi-occupied France. He finds himself most drawn to a sexually frustrated widow, a borderline heretic whose relationship with her confessor is a confrontation with both God and her own repressed desire. A triumph of mood, setting, and innuendo, Léon Morin, Priest is an irreverent pleasure from one of French cinema's towering virtuosos1412ocn042489535visu19930.32Trois couleursDramaA young woman is left devastated by the unexpected death of her husband and child. She retreats from the world around her, but is soon reluctantly drawn into an ever-widening web of lies and passion as the dark, secret life of her husband begins to unravel+-+521454300632410212ocn759521419visu19930.25Kieślowski, KrzysztofTrois couleurs. Three colors. RedDramaDevastated by the unexpected death of her husband and child, a young woman retreats from the world around her, but is soon drawn into a web of lies and passion as the secret life of her husband unravels481ocn069174166visu19910.24The passion of Bernadette La passion de BernadetteDramaThe saint of Lourdes enters the convent and endures various trials. Through it all, Bernadette trusts in God and remembers the Virgin Mary's words to her: "I cannot promise you happiness in this life, only the next." Based on actual testimony taken from the canonization investigation481ocn732082355visu20110.28Adua e le compagne Adua and her friendsDramaA wonderful example of Italian realism, this film tells the story of four prostitutes forced to fend for themselves when a new law closes the bordellos of Rome. They pool their savings to open a trattoria, but find they cannot get a license. A prominent fixer with connections obtains the license for them, on the condition that they conduct their old business upstairs and pay him an exorbitant monthly fee318ocn035256747visu19830.92Bellocchio, MarcoGli occhi, la bocca The eyes, the mouthDramaA man's tragic suicide compels his twin brother to free himself from his past308ocn071518937visu19730.66J'irai comme un cheval fou I will walk like a crazy horseInterviewsDramaArrabal's second film forsakes the political allegory present in Viva La Muerte for a dramatic discovery of faith and organized religion. The story follows a man, Aden, played by the American George Shannon, who flees society after the death of his controlling mother. Out in the wilderness he encounters the beauty of nature, and under the tutelage of a hermit named Marvel, becomes a "normal homme." Aden falls desperately in love with Marvel, who can communicate with animals, the clouds, and the sun. Upon returning to civilization, Marvel in tow, Aden is more aware than ever of the hideous and hypocritical nature of human society. Long considered a masterpiece of surrealist film, it stands as Arrabal's most delirious and devlish picture, an outrageous portrait of both other-worldly beauty and inner torment282ocn037800483visu19920.56Léon Morin, prêtre Léon Morin, priestDramaFilm adaptationsDuring the German occupation of France, Barny, a young widow, who is Communist and anticlerical, meets a young priest and a warm relationship develops. She falls in love with him and attempts to seduce him, but he resists, and so their friendship moves to a different plane until they separate when France is liberated232ocn051999936visu20020.79I will walk like a crazy horse J'irai comme un cheval fouArrabal's second film forsakes the political allegory present in Viva La Muerte for a dramatic discovery of faith and organized religion. The story follows a man, Aden, played by the American George Shannon, who flees society after the death of his controlling mother. Out in the wilderness he encounters the beauty of nature, and under the tutelage of a hermit named Marvel, becomes a "normal homme." Aden falls desperately in love with Marvel, who can communicate with animals, the clouds, and the sun. Upon returning to civilization, Marvel in tow, Aden is more aware than ever of the hideous and hypocritical nature of human society. Long considered a masterpiece of surrealist film, it stands as Arrabal's most delirious and devlish picture, an outrageous portrait of both other-worldly beauty and inner torment205ocn494499295visu20010.84Kent, DonMédéeInterviewsDramaVideo of the Festival d'Avignon production of Euripides play141ocn470926832book20090.95Riva, EmmanuèleTu n'as rien vu à HiroshimaPictorial worksPhotographies prises par l'actrice E. Riva, alors qu'elle participait au tournage du film Hiroshima mon amour, réalisé en 1958. Ces images de la ville d'Hiroshima, de ses rues, de ses enfants, offrent un portrait attachant de la ville, treize ans après la bombe atomique. Le livre comporte en outre la correspondance d'A. Resnais à M. Duras écrite durant le tournage et un entretien avec E. Riva135ocn055211443visu20040.70Adua e le compagne [Adua and company]HistoryDrama"Four prostitutes abandon their 'working girl' lifestyle after a change in the law closed their bordello. They open a restaurant. Flourishing, successful and happy they find that their past comes back to haunt them as the are reported to the police and forced to consider their old 'jobs'' as part of the landlard's tenancy agreement."--Container137ocn819819604visu19620.32Franju, GeorgesThérèse DesqueyrouxDramaA woman, acquitted of having attempted to murder her husband, attempts to analyse her motives and her attitude towards him132ocn317588541book20090.95Riva, EmmanuèleTu n'as rien vu à HiroshimaPictorial worksPhotographies prises par l'actrice E. Riva, alors qu'elle participait au tournage du film Hiroshima mon amour, réalisé en 1958. Ces images de la ville d'Hiroshima, de ses rues, de ses enfants, offrent un portrait attachant de la ville, treize ans après la bombe atomique. Le livre comporte en outre la correspondance d'A. Resnais à M. Duras écrite durant le tournage et un entretien avec E. Riva51ocn276979508book20080.97Riva, EmmanuèleHiroshima 1958InterviewsPictorial works+-+9841755325+-+9841755325Fri Mar 21 15:41:09 EDT 2014batch27198