"Actor: Delphine Seyrig"

  • The Black Windmill [Blu-ray]The Black Windmill | Blu Ray | (03/08/2020) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Released on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK, The Black Windmill stars Michael Caine as a British secret agent targeted for death by friend and foe alike in this riveting suspense thriller directed by legendary filmmaker Don Siegel (Dirty Harry). Major John Tarrant (Caine) takes up the revenge trail when ruthless gunrunners kidnap his young son and demand a king's ransom in uncut diamonds for the boy's release. With each new lead, Tarrant's chilling quest becomes increasingly deadly as he begins to suspect that one of his colleagues is in league with the merciless abductors.

  • Bunuel Boxset [Blu-ray] [2017]Bunuel Boxset | Blu Ray | (23/10/2017) from £39.99   |  Saving you £5.00 (12.50%)   |  RRP £44.99

    Born in Spain, Luis Bunuel is widely credited as the founder of surrealist cinema. This essential collection includes some of his best known work: Diary of a Chambermaid (1964), Belle de Jour (1967), Tristana (1970), The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (1972) and That Obscure Object of Desire (1977) - as well as equally brilliant but lesser-known films such as The Phantom of Liberty (1974) and The Milky Way (1969). Although he drew memorable performances from iconic actresses of the period such as Catherine Deneuve and Jeanne Moreau, Bunuel generally worked with a favourite group of actors including Michel Piccoli, Pierre Clémenti, Muni and his faithful alter ego Fernando Rey. Enter the surreal world of Bunuel, where an entire dinner party suddenly finds themselves inexplicably unable to leave the room and where the devil, if unable to tempt a saint with a pretty girl, will fly him to a disco. 7 Disc Set That Obscure Object of Desire New Jean-Claude Carriere interview New Aesthetics of the Irrational: ICA Q&A with Jean-Claude Carriere and Diego Bunuel hosted by Tim Robey Interview with Carlos Saura The arbitrariness of desire by Jean-Claude Carriere Lady Doubles - interview with Carole Bouquet and Angela Molina Portrait of an impatient filmmaker, Luis Bunuel - Interview with Pierre Lady and Edmond Richard Belle De Jour - New 50th Anniversary Restoration New Jean-Claude Carriere interview New Masterclass with Diego Bunuel and Jean-Claude Carriere (1 hour+) New Trailer Commentary by professor Peter W. Evans The Last Script (1:34:33) A Story of Perversion or Emancipation? - Interview with Dr Sylvain Mimoun (29:39 in PAL) Diary of a Chambermaid An Angel in the Marshes doc (26 minutes) Phantom of Liberty New Jean-Claude Carriere interview New Critical Analysis by professor Peter W. Evans New Bunuel, la transgression des reves -A new documentary by Pierre-Henri Gibert Photo Gallery The Milky Way New Jean-Claude Carriere interview New Critical Analysis by professor Peter W. Evans Bunuel, athiest thanks to God doc (32 minutes) Trailer Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie New Jean-Claude Carriere interview A Walk Amongst the Shadows doc (28 minutes) Critical analysis by professor Peter W.Evans Trailer Tristana New Interview with Franco Nero Rituals documentary doc (20 minutes) Trailer

  • Discreet Charm of Bourgeoisie [DVD]Discreet Charm of Bourgeoisie | DVD | (16/07/2012) from £11.49   |  Saving you £4.50 (28.10%)   |  RRP £15.99

    A surreal, virtually plotless series of dreams centered around six middle-class people and their consistently interrupted attempts to have a meal together.

  • The Adventures of Antoine Doinel: Five Films by François Truffaut [DVD]The Adventures of Antoine Doinel: Five Films by François Truffaut | DVD | (08/12/2014) from £21.29   |  Saving you £18.70 (87.83%)   |  RRP £39.99

    Starting with one of the greatest films about childhood, from anywhere, ever (Anthony Quinn, The Independent), which kicked off the French New Wave, François Truffaut delivers an indisputable landmark of cinema history five films, four features and one short, which follow the life of one charming, compelling and unforgettable character. Before anyone else, Truffaut allowed audiences to dip into one character's life progressively over 20 years, witnessing him growing up from a child struggling with school and the law to an adult, struggling with love and divorce. A very special and unique collection, The Adventures of Antoine Doinel will invoke joy, humour, nostalgia and happiness time and time again as your investment in Antoine and his story progressively proliferates with each gloriously captured scene.

  • The Black WindmillThe Black Windmill | DVD | (07/08/2006) from £3.00   |  Saving you £6.99 (70.00%)   |  RRP £9.99

    Michael Caine stars as an espionage agent whose young son is kidnapped. Complicating matters is the fact that the kidnappers (John Vernon and Delphine Seyrig) are Caine's own colleagues. They want to secure Caine's aid in rounding up a diamond smuggling ring and they don't care who they have to hurt to do so. He agrees to go along all the while searching for his missing son. Janet Suzman co-stars as Caine's estranged wife who is compelled to join him in his search.

  • Last Year At Marienbad [1961]Last Year At Marienbad | DVD | (23/05/2005) from £12.05   |  Saving you £7.94 (39.70%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Considered by many to be Renais' magnum opus L'Anne Dernire Marienbad is a work of fantasy and experiment in line with the French New Wave films of the 50's and 60's. Renais and co-writer Alain Robbe-Grillet seem less concerned with the conventional use of character and more interested in the intellectual preoccupations of man. The film consists of a series of memories from a man holidaying at an enchanting European hotel. When a woman seems not to recognize him he reveals th

  • The Adventures of Antoine Doinel: Five Films by François Truffaut [Blu-ray]The Adventures of Antoine Doinel: Five Films by François Truffaut | Blu Ray | (08/12/2014) from £23.99   |  Saving you £27.00 (112.55%)   |  RRP £50.99

    Starting with one of the greatest films about childhood, from anywhere, ever (Anthony Quinn, The Independent), which kicked off the French New Wave, François Truffaut delivers an indisputable landmark of cinema history five films, four features and one short, which follow the life of one charming, compelling and unforgettable character. Before anyone else, Truffaut allowed audiences to dip into one character's life progressively over 20 years, witnessing him growing up from a child struggling with school and the law to an adult, struggling with love and divorce. A very special and unique collection, The Adventures of Antoine Doinel will invoke joy, humour, nostalgia and happiness time and time again as your investment in Antoine and his story progressively proliferates with each gloriously captured scene.

  • Accident [Blu-ray]Accident | Blu Ray | (08/04/2013) from £14.39   |  Saving you £5.60 (38.92%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Stephen (Dirk Bogarde - The Servant) is a middle-aged professor at Oxford University. Stifled by his life of marriage and academia, he yearns for an affair with his beautiful and enigmatic student Anna (Jacqueline Sassard – Les Biches). He is locked into a battle for Anna's affection against her fiance, William (Michael York - Logan's Run), whose youthful vitality he envies, and with his friend and academic rival Charley (Stanley Baker - Zulu), whose media profile and sexual success he covets. Along with The Go-Between and The Servant, Accident is one of the three film collaborations between legendary director Joseph Losey and playwright Harold Pinter. Often acknowledged as the pinnacle of Losey's distinguished career, Accident is a compelling and unforgettable masterpiece. Special Features: Interview with Dirk Bogarde biographer John Coldstream Interview with Harry Pinter expert Harry Burton Interview with feminist author and academic Melanie Williams Interview with film critic Tim Robey Joseph Losey and Harold Pinter discuss Accident (1957) Talking About Accident documentary featuring an interview with Harry Pinter

  • Last Year In Marienbad [Blu-ray] [1961]Last Year In Marienbad | Blu Ray | (28/09/2009) from £15.99   |  Saving you £11.99 (92.23%)   |  RRP £24.99

    Considered by many to be Renais' magnum opus L'Ann''e Derni''re '' Marienbad is a work of fantasy and experiment in line with the French New Wave films of the 50's and 60's. Renais and co-writer Alain Robbe-Grillet seem less concerned with the conventional use of character and more interested in the intellectual preoccupations of man. The film consists of a series of memories from a man holidaying at an enchanting European hotel. When a woman seems not to recognize him he reveals that they had spent some time together the year before and that now he has come for her. However the presence of another man in the hotel complicates matters...

  • Discreet Charm of Bourgeoisie [Blu-ray]Discreet Charm of Bourgeoisie | Blu Ray | (16/07/2012) from £15.43   |  Saving you £4.56 (22.80%)   |  RRP £19.99

    A surreal, virtually plotless series of dreams centered around six middle-class people and their consistently interrupted attempts to have a meal together.

  • Accident [DVD]Accident | DVD | (08/04/2013) from £10.99   |  Saving you £5.00 (31.30%)   |  RRP £15.99

    Stephen (Dirk Bogarde - The Servant) is a middle-aged professor at Oxford University. Stifled by his life of marriage and academia, he yearns for an affair with his beautiful and enigmatic student Anna (Jacqueline Sassard – Les Biches). He is locked into a battle for Anna's affection against her fiance, William (Michael York - Logan's Run), whose youthful vitality he envies, and with his friend and academic rival Charley (Stanley Baker - Zulu), whose media profile and sexual success he covets. Along with The Go-Between and The Servant, Accident is one of the three film collaborations between legendary director Joseph Losey and playwright Harold Pinter. Often acknowledged as the pinnacle of Losey's distinguished career, Accident is a compelling and unforgettable masterpiece. Special Features: Interview with Dirk Bogarde biographer John Coldstream Interview with Harry Pinter expert Harry Burton Interview with feminist author and academic Melanie Williams Interview with film critic Tim Robey Joseph Losey and Harold Pinter discuss Accident (1957) Talking About Accident documentary featuring an interview with Harry Pinter

  • Daughters Of Darkness [DVD] [1970]Daughters Of Darkness | DVD | (30/08/2010) from £11.49   |  Saving you £4.50 (39.16%)   |  RRP £15.99

    Cathy Stevens is experiencing recurring dreams. They're believed to have hidden meanings that will shed light on the truth about her father a man she has never met. Determined to find answers Cathy sets out to Romania where her parents met thirty years ago. What follows is her worst nightmare...

  • Accident / The Family Way [1967]Accident / The Family Way | DVD | (23/06/2003) from £22.95   |  Saving you £-5.96 (-35.10%)   |  RRP £16.99

    Accident: (WS 1.66:1) Following their destructive foray into English class hatreds in 'The Servant' director Joseph Losey and screen writer Harold Pinter turn their attention to the Dons of Oxford. Pinter examines the motivations of several men in a brusque study of love and jealousy centred around one woman. The 'Accidental' death of one of them springs a trap of guilt remorse and thwarted sexual ambition on all concerned. Each scene brings more prickly revelations in a complex and thought provoking masterpiece. The Family Way: (FS 4:3) Based on Bill Naughton's warm hearted play 'The Family Way' is a thought-provoking exploration of the emotional impact of the 1960s sexual revolution. Hayley Mills stars in her first 'X' rated film with Hywel Bennett as two sensitive youngsters who fail to consummate their marriage following the vulgar ribaldry of their typically working class Lancashire wedding.

  • Donkey SkinDonkey Skin | DVD | (10/10/2005) from £20.23   |  Saving you £-0.24 (-1.20%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Jacques Demy's ode to the fairy tale by 17th Century author Charles Perrault comes to life with breathtaking brilliance! This epic tale overflows with dazzling colour elaborate costumes and an enchanting score by Oscar-winning composer Michel Legrand (The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg). Catherine Deneuve stars as a Princess whose father the King (Jean Marais) seeks her hand in marriage after promising his dying wife to only wed a woman more beautiful than she. Listening to her godmother

  • Accident [1967]Accident | DVD | (07/01/2008) from £14.83   |  Saving you £1.16 (7.30%)   |  RRP £15.99

    Stephen is a married Oxford professor experiencing the pangs of a mid-life crisis as he begins to bristle at the stifling emotional repression of the society in which he lives. But things begin to change for him when he meets Anna - one of his students..

  • Stolen Kisses [Blu-ray]Stolen Kisses | Blu Ray | (25/08/2014) from £8.95   |  Saving you £11.04 (55.20%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Stolen Kisses reunites François Truffaut and Jean-Pierre Léaud to catch up with Truffaut's cinematic alter ego, Antoine Doinel, the troubled adolescent of The 400 Blows. Stolen Kisses opens with the now-grown Doinel sprung from military prison with a dishonourable discharge, drawn directly from Truffaut's own history of delinquency, but the parallels end there. Lovesick Doinel woos the perky but unresponsive object of his affections, Christine (Claude Jade) while he engages in a series of professions--hotel night-watchman, private investigator, TV repairman--with mixed success and comic entanglements. But when he falls in love with the elegant wife of his client (Delphine Seyrig at her most beautiful and charming), Christine realises she misses Antoine's persistence and clumsy passes, so she embarks on a seductive plan of her own. Truffaut's comic confection is full of deadpan gags and screwball chaos, a world away from the heavy seriousness of The 400 Blows, and Léaud is endearingly naive as the determined Doinel, forging ahead with more pluck and passion than aptitude. It may be Truffaut's most sweetly romantic film, a knowing man's embrace of eager innocence and storybook sentiment. Doinel returned two years later in Bed and Board. --Sean Axmaker

  • Luis Bunuel Box Set [1967]Luis Bunuel Box Set | DVD | (06/09/2004) from £22.99   |  Saving you £7.00 (23.30%)   |  RRP £29.99

    Includes the classic Bunuel films Belle De Jour Diary Of A Chambermaid and The Milky Way. Belle De Jour Bunuel's wryly disturbing tale of a virginal bourgeois newlywed prone to erotic flights of fancy who works the day-shift in a Parisian brothel unbeknownst to her patient husband... Diary Of A Chambermaid Luis Bunuel's sharp unrelenting remake of Jean Renoir's 1946 film concerns fascism in 1939 France and how the bourgeoisie are viewed by maid Celestine (Jeanne Moreau) who stirs the desires of her new household and neighbours... The Milky Way Two men making a religious pilgrimage through France form the basis for string of lucid Luis Bunuel 'jokes' parables and surrealistic visions. Heretical funny and haunting...

  • Stolen Kisses [DVD]Stolen Kisses | DVD | (25/08/2014) from £8.29   |  Saving you £7.70 (48.20%)   |  RRP £15.99

    Stolen Kisses reunites François Truffaut and Jean-Pierre Léaud to catch up with Truffaut's cinematic alter ego, Antoine Doinel, the troubled adolescent of The 400 Blows. Stolen Kisses opens with the now-grown Doinel sprung from military prison with a dishonourable discharge, drawn directly from Truffaut's own history of delinquency, but the parallels end there. Lovesick Doinel woos the perky but unresponsive object of his affections, Christine (Claude Jade) while he engages in a series of professions--hotel night-watchman, private investigator, TV repairman--with mixed success and comic entanglements. But when he falls in love with the elegant wife of his client (Delphine Seyrig at her most beautiful and charming), Christine realises she misses Antoine's persistence and clumsy passes, so she embarks on a seductive plan of her own. Truffaut's comic confection is full of deadpan gags and screwball chaos, a world away from the heavy seriousness of The 400 Blows, and Léaud is endearingly naive as the determined Doinel, forging ahead with more pluck and passion than aptitude. It may be Truffaut's most sweetly romantic film, a knowing man's embrace of eager innocence and storybook sentiment. Doinel returned two years later in Bed and Board. --Sean Axmaker

  • Muriel, Ou Le Temps D'un Retour [Masters of Cinema]Muriel, Ou Le Temps D'un Retour | DVD | (30/03/2009) from £13.48   |  Saving you £6.51 (32.60%)   |  RRP £19.99

    If cinema has its equivalents to the master modernists of music painting or literature then one of the tradition's foremost practitioners is undoubtedly Alain Resnais - and Muriel ou le Temps d'un retour (Muriel or: The Time of a Return) represents one of his earliest and greatest triumphs. In Resnais' two preceding features (the legendary Hiroshima mon amour and Last Year at Marienbad) the master filmmaker pioneered new ways of representing inner reality and emotion; but with Muriel he merged the vicissitudes of his characters' personal pasts and married them to the traumas of the political present - namely the French war in Algeria. Resnais' film is the story of the middle-aged H''l''ne (portrayed by Delphine Seyrig of Last Year at Marienbad Truffaut's Stolen Kisses and Akerman's Jeanne Dielman) an antique dealer located in the provinicial port-town of Boulogne-sur-Mer who resides amid her wares inside the same flat that serves as her business showroom. Against the backdrop of the past that exists materially in the immediate milieu of the film's action an old lover of H''l''ne's comes to visit - and soon takes up a more permanent residence within her life despite the presence of a suspicious tortured and sexualised stepson who is haunted by a woman a name from his own past in his time in Algiers: Muriel. Scripted by Jean Cayrol the co-writer of Resnais' landmark early short film Night and Fog Muriel is one of the great family films and stands like a cinema landmark as one of the most complex and rewarding films of the 1960s - the richness of which grows with every viewing.

  • Luis Bunuel DVD Collection - Vol. 2 [1977]Luis Bunuel DVD Collection - Vol. 2 | DVD | (04/04/2005) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £29.99

    A triple bill of classic Luis Bunuel films, comprising 'That Obscure Object Of Desire', 'Phantom Of Liberty' and 'The Discreet Charm Of The Bourgeoisie'. That Obscure Object Of Desire: A passenger on a train pours a bucket of water over a young girl at the platform. Seemingly a random act, the man recounts in flashback how he came to be so obsessed with the girl... Phantom Of Liberty: Perhaps Bunuel's most surreal film, consisting of a series of loosely realted vignettes. <...

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