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La Kermesse Heroique | DVD | (26/07/2004)
from £10.89 | Saving you £5.10 (31.90%) | RRP
A period comedy based on the Spanish invasion of Flanders in 1616 where the Mayor's wife organises the townswomen to preserve the peace using womanly wiles...
Hotel Du Nord | DVD | (24/04/2006)
from £11.15 | Saving you £8.84 (44.20%) | RRP
""Atmosphre? Atmosphre? Est-ce que j'ai une gueule d'atmosphre?"" Hotel du Nord is the second part of Marcel Carne's ""fatalistic romantic melodramas"" following Quai des Brumes and later completed by Le Jour se Leve. Renee (Annabella) and Pierre (Jean-Pierre Aumont) take a room at the shabby Parisian Hotel du Nord with the intention of seeing through a suicide pact. However Pierre shoots Annabella but cannot turn the gun on himself. Seedy pimp Monsieur
Quai Des Orfevres | DVD | (30/04/2007)
from £10.00 | Saving you £7.99 (44.40%) | RRP
Blacklisted for his daring ""anti-French"" masterpiece Le Corbeau Henri-Georges Clouzot returned to cinema four years later with the provocative 1947 crime fiction adaptation Quai des Orfevres. Set within the vibrant dancehalls and historic crime corridors of 1940s Paris ambitious performer Jenny Lamour her covetous piano-playing husband Maurice Martineau and their devoted confidante Dora Monier attempt to cover one another's tracks when a sexually ogreish high-society acquaintance is murdered. Enter Inspector Antoine whose seasoned instincts lead him down a circuitous path in this classic whodunnit murder mystery.
Drole De Drame | DVD | (16/01/2012)
from £16.75 | Saving you £3.24 (16.20%) | RRP
Dr. Molyneux, the elderly botanist who loves nothing more than his mimosa plants, also secretly authors crime novels under the pen name Felix Chapel -- but only because his wife insists they need the money. As it turns out, Molyneux gets the stories from his adopted daughter Eva, who in turn gets them from the milkman, who's madly in love with her. Everything would be fine if it wasn't for Chapel's relative, the Bishop of Bedford, who is crusading against Chapel's dangerous novels. The Bishop is not quite wrong because a man known as the Butcher Killer blames Chapel for his own crimes. When the bishop invites himself for dinner at Molyneux's house, hilarity ensues.