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  • The Libertine [Blu-ray]The Libertine | Blu Ray | (21/09/2020) from £12.98   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    The Libertine is a euro-cult gem, a romantic sex comedy with a light S&M twist. When Mimi (Catherine Spaak, The Cat O Nine Tails, 1971) discovers her late husband s secret bachelor pad and sordid past, she sets out on a sexual adventure all of her own. From bored housewife to daring dominatrix, through a series of bold sexual encounters, each one more thrilling than the next, Mimi finds life as a widow much more than she could have ever hoped for. But when she meets Dr. Carlo De Marchi (Jean-Louis Trintignant, The Conformist, 1970) she discovers that the road to true love lies in finding a man who will willingly let her ride him around like a horse. Spaak s third film for director Campanile is a beautiful ode to sixties pop culture, free love, and fetish. Now restored by Nucleus Films for its worldwide premiere to Blu-ray. Blu-Ray Special Features Uncensored Italian Version Alternate American Theatrical Release Italian and English Audio Options Optional Subtitles + SDH Audio Commentary with Author, Editor and Critic Kat Ellinger Trovajoli Postlude Lovey Jon on Composer Armando Trovajoli Fantasy, Futurism and Frivolity: Production Design in Pasquale Festa Campanile s The Libertine, a Visual Essay by Rachael Nisbet Outtakes and Alternate Footage Alternate English and French Credits Original Censor Cuts Extensive Image Gallery Audubon Films Poster Gallery Japanese Promo Videos American, Italian and French Theatrical Trailers

  • Eric Rohmer - Moral Tales [DVD]Eric Rohmer - Moral Tales | DVD | (26/07/2010) from £22.98   |  Saving you £20.00 (100.05%)   |  RRP £39.99

    A former editor of the ground-breaking magazine Cahiers du Cinema Eric Rohmer (1910-2010) became one of the leading figures of the French New Wave. Working well into his eighties his hugely influential body of work is celebrated for its originality economical visual style and witty and articulate dialogue. Rohmer's reputation was established with his ambitious 'Moral Tales' series of films five of which are presented in this box set - each based around the theme of a man's sexual temptation. Includes Suzanne's Career The Girl at the Monceau Bakery La Collectioneuse My Night at Maud's Claire's Knee. Films Comprise: Suzanne's Career The Girl at the Monceau Bakery My Night at Maud's Claire's Knee La Collectioneuse

  • Alain Robbe-Grillet: Six Films 1964-1974 (Blu-ray Box Set)Alain Robbe-Grillet: Six Films 1964-1974 (Blu-ray Box Set) | Blu Ray | (30/06/2014) from £25.98   |  Saving you £37.00 (160.94%)   |  RRP £59.99

    Perhaps best known as the writer of Alain Resnais' classic cine-conundrum Last Year of Marienbad, Alain Robbe-Grillet was also the director a number of stylish, controversial and erotic films which starred such icons of French cinema as Jean-Louis Trinignant (Haneke's Amour, Bertolucci's The Conformist), Marie-France Pisier (Truffaut's Stolen Kisses and Bed and Board) and Isabelle Huppert (Claire Denis' White Material, Haneke's Amour). Impossible to see for decades, these enigmatic, sexually.

  • The François Truffaut Collection [Blu-ray]The François Truffaut Collection | Blu Ray | (08/12/2014) from £39.99   |  Saving you £30.00 (75.02%)   |  RRP £69.99

    Features SHOOT THE PIANIST, JULES ET JIM, THE SOFT SKIN, ANNE & MURIEL, A GORGEOUS GIRL LIKE ME, THE LAST METRO, THE WOMAN NEXT DOOR, FINALLY SUNDAY.

  • Three Colours Red [1994]Three Colours Red | DVD | (29/10/2001) from £6.99   |  Saving you £13.00 (65.00%)   |  RRP £19.99

    The final section of the late Krzysztof Kieslowski's acclaimed Three Colours trilogy (preceded by Blue and White) is the least likely of the three to stand alone, and indeed benefits from a little familiarity with the first two parts. Nevertheless, it's a strong, unique piece that reflects upon the ubiquity of images in the modern world and the parallel subjugation of meaningful communication. Irène Jacob plays a fashion model whose lovely face is hugely enlarged on a red banner no one in Geneva, Switzerland, can possibly miss seeing. Striking up a relationship with an embittered former judge (Jean-Louis Trintignant), who secretly scans his neighbours' conversations through electronic surveillance, Jacob's character becomes an aural witness to the secret lives of those we think we know. Kieslowski cleverly wraps up the trilogy with a device that brings together the principals of all three films. --Tom Keogh

  • A Self Made Hero [1995]A Self Made Hero | DVD | (12/02/2007) from £16.18   |  Saving you £1.81 (11.19%)   |  RRP £17.99

    In post-war Paris Albert Dehousse (Mathieu Kassovitz) attempts to escape his past (working as a travelling salesman in the war to avoid 'voluntary' labour in Germany) by creating a new identity for himself. Reinventing himself as a Resistance hero he is appointed to weed out traitors in France. Overcoming initial hostility from his new colleagues he soon finds his facade beginning to crack.

  • And God Created Woman [1956]And God Created Woman | DVD | (26/07/2004) from £20.23   |  Saving you £-0.24 (N/A%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Roger Vadim's directorial debut And God Created Woman is more titillation than continental cool, but it broke box-office records and censorship taboos in its teasing display of sex and eroticism in the sunny vacation playground of the Saint-Tropez seashore. Vadim ushered in the era of continental attitudes toward sex and christened the voluptuous Brigitte Bardot (his wife) the world's original sex kitten: earthy, innocent, and all fleshy curves. Bardot is Juliette, a pouty child-woman orphan prone to nude sunbathing and playful flirting. Though pursued by a rich widower (Curt Jurgens) and attracted to the brawny fisherman Antoine (Christian Marquand), she marries Antoine's shy younger brother Michel (Jean-Louis Trintignant), an earnest, innocent kid hardly older than she but far less worldly. Despite her sincere efforts to "be good," Juliette gives in to Michel's advances, setting off a chain of events that ends in fraternal conflict. Vadim keeps the display of skin this side of an R rating, but only barely, teasing the male audience with skimpy outfits, barely concealing sheets, and often conveniently arranged scenery. Bohemian Bardot frolics through the film with nary a self-conscious moment, culminating in a passionate mambo, her pent-up frustration and sexual confusion exploding in a mad dance as bongos pound away on the soundtrack. Who needed Viagra in the '50s when Bardot was around? --Sean Axmaker

  • Le Combat Dans L'Ile [1962]Le Combat Dans L'Ile | DVD | (25/10/2004) from £26.98   |  Saving you £-6.99 (N/A%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Clement (Trintignant) is part of a right-wing political movement. Although monied and comfortable he is an active terrorist. Betrayed he grabs his wife Anne (Schneider) and takes refuge in a friend's house while he plots his deadly revenge... As part of the French Nouvelle Vague (New Wave) explosion of young energetic brave and brilliant directors Alain Cavalier fashioned a superb story of love loyalty and betrayal with a backdrop of political upheaval. Scripted by Jean-Paul Ra

  • Amour [DVD]Amour | DVD | (18/03/2013) from £7.99   |  Saving you £10.00 (166.94%)   |  RRP £15.99

    Focusing on the lives of an elderly couple and the strain their relationship undergoes after one of them suffers a mild stroke, Amour is one of the most powerfully moving, emotionally devastating pieces of cinema ever made. From one of, if not the greatest director working today – Michael Haneke. Winner of the 2012 Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival.

  • See How They Fall [DVD] [1994]See How They Fall | DVD | (07/06/2010) from £17.53   |  Saving you £-1.54 (N/A%)   |  RRP £15.99

    See How They Fall

  • Happy End [Blu-ray]Happy End | Blu Ray | (26/03/2018) from £9.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Master auteur Michael Haneke (Amour, The White Ribbon, Hidden) returns with a biting satire on bourgeois family values set in the shadow of the European refugee crisis. Featuring a cast of top acting talent, including Isabelle Huppert, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Mathieu Kassovitz and Toby Jones, it's a piercing dark comedy on the blind preoccupations of middle-class angst. Nominated for the Palme d'Or at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, Happy End bears all the hallmarks of Haneke's uniquely stark and unsympathetic style. Pairing pitch-black humour with chillingly precise direction, it's proof if we ever needed it that he remains one of modern cinema's true visionaries. Read more at https://www.curzonartificialeye.com/happy-end/#HiJoRqmElwrKDZ6e.99

  • The Conformist [DVD]The Conformist | DVD | (01/10/2012) from £7.99   |  Saving you £8.00 (100.12%)   |  RRP £15.99

    To impress his Fascist friends Marcello plans to assassinate his former professor now considered a subversive. A blend of thriller psychological portrait and political parable The Conformist found Bertolucci on peak form and the resulting stylistic tour de force paved the way for the likes of Scorsese Schrader and Michael Mann.

  • Death Laid an Egg [Blu-ray]Death Laid an Egg | Blu Ray | (17/04/2019) from £12.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    A woman (Ewa Aulin) plans to kill both her lover (Jean-Louis Trintignant) and his wife (Gina Lollobrigida) but conspires with each one to get the job done.

  • Trans-Europ-Express (DVD)Trans-Europ-Express (DVD) | DVD | (19/01/2015) from £10.78   |  Saving you £7.21 (66.88%)   |  RRP £17.99

    This stylish, cult 1966 erotic thriller stars French new wave icons Jean-Louis Trintigant (Amour, The Conformist) and Marie-France Pisier (Stolen Kisses, Bed and Breakfast). Trintignant plays a drug courier smuggling a stash of cocaine from Paris to Antwerp on the Trans-Europ-Express. Matters are complicated by surreal encounters with police, three filmmakers who are also on the train making a film about drug traffickers, and erotic-fantasy sequences featuring Pisier being bound and subjected.

  • Amour [Blu-ray]Amour | Blu Ray | (18/03/2013) from £11.45   |  Saving you £8.54 (42.70%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Focusing on the lives of an elderly couple and the strain their relationship undergoes after one of them suffers a mild stroke, Amour is one of the most powerfully moving, emotionally devastating pieces of cinema ever made. From one of, if not the greatest director working today – Michael Haneke. Winner of the 2012 Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival.

  • The Conformist [Blu-ray]The Conformist | Blu Ray | (26/08/2013) from £13.59   |  Saving you £6.40 (47.09%)   |  RRP £19.99

    To impress his Fascist friends Marcello plans to assassinate his former professor now considered a subversive. A blend of thriller psychological portrait and political parable The Conformist found Bertolucci on peak form and the resulting stylistic tour de force paved the way for the likes of Scorsese Schrader and Michael Mann. Special Features: HD restoration supervised by Director of Photography Vittorio Storaro in the original 1.66:1 aspect ratio Original Mono 2.0 Audio Audio commentary with Italian cinema expert David Forgacs Feature length documentary 'Bernardo Bertolucci: Reflections on Cinema' directed by Sandro Lai on Bertolucci's career with on-set archive material and interviews Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork A comprehensive booklet featuring: Brand new writing on the film by critic Michael Atkinson Re-printed interview with Bernardo Bertolucci from 1971 Bertolucci's thoughts on filmmaking illustrated with original stills

  • Those Who Love Me Can Take The Train [1998]Those Who Love Me Can Take The Train | DVD | (22/01/2001) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £19.99

    In this French drama a group of mourners travel from Paris to Limoges to attend the funeral of a tyrannical painter they all knew.

  • The Francois Truffaut Collection - 6 Disc Box Set (Exclusive to Amazon.co.uk)The Francois Truffaut Collection - 6 Disc Box Set (Exclusive to Amazon.co.uk) | DVD | (23/10/2006) from £37.78   |  Saving you £52.21 (138.19%)   |  RRP £89.99

    The Woman Next Door (1981) Madame Jouve the narrator tells the tragedy of Bernard and Mathilde. Bernard was living happily with his wife Arlette and his son Thomas. One day a couple Philippe and Mathilde Bauchard moves into the next house. This is the accidental reunion of Bernard and Mathilde who had a passionate love affair years ago. The relationship revives... A somber study of human feelings. The 400 Blows (1959) For his feature-film debut critic-turned-director Franois Truffaut drew inspiration from his own troubled childhood. The 400 Blows stars Jean-Pierre Laud as Antoine Doinel Truffaut's preteen alter ego. Misunderstood at home by his parents and tormented in school by his insensitive teacher (Guy Decomble) Antoine frequently runs away from both places. The boy finally quits school after being accused of plagiarism by his teacher. He steals a typewriter from his father (Albert Remy) to finance his plans to leave home. The father angrily turns Antoine over to the police who lock the boy up with hardened criminals. A psychiatrist at a delinquency center probes Antoine's unhappiness which he reveals in a fragmented series of monologues. Shoot the Pianist (1960) Charlie Kohler is a piano player in a bar. The waitress Lena is in love with him. One of Charlie's brother Chico a crook takes refuge in the bar because he is chased by two gangsters Momo and Ernest. We will discover that Charlie's real name is Edouard Saroyan once a virtuose who gives up after his wife's suicide. Charlie now has to deal wih Chico Ernest Momo Fido (his youngest brother who lives with him) and Lena... Jules and Jim (1962) Acclaimed French director Franois Truffaut's third and for many viewers best film is an adaptation of a semi-autobiographical novel by Henri-Pierre Roch. Set between 1912 and 1933 it stars Oskar Werner as the German Jules and Henri Serre as the Frenchman Jim kindred spirits who while on holiday in Greece fall in love with the smile on the face of a sculpture. Back in Paris the smile comes to life in the person of Catherine (Jeanne Moreau); the three individuals become constant companions determined to live their lives to the fullest despite the world war around them. When Jules declares his love for Catherine Jim agrees to let Jules pursue her despite his own similar feelings; Jules and Catherine marry and have a child (Sabine Haudepin) but Catherine still loves Jim as well. Anne and Muriel (1971) Story of two British sisters who are in love with the same Frenchman over a period of 20 years. Screenplay by Francois Truffaut Jean Grault Based on the novel by Henri-Pierre Roche. Finally Sunday! (1963) Claude Massoulier is murdered while hunting at the same place than Julien Vercel an estate agent that knew him and whose fingerprints are found on Massoulier's car. As the police discovers that Marie-Christine Vercel Julien's wife was Massoulier's mistress Julien is very suspected. But his secretary Barbara Becker while not quite convinced he is innocent defends him and leads her private investigations...

  • Les Biches [1969]Les Biches | DVD | (07/06/2004) from £8.08   |  Saving you £7.91 (97.90%)   |  RRP £15.99

    Frederique (Audran) a wealthy woman with lesbian leanings picks up pretty but impoverished young Parisian Why (Sassard) on a whim and takes her to her holiday home in St. Tropez. Complicating this fledgeling relationship is the arrival of handsome architect Paul (Trintingnant) whose interest in menage a trois results in jealousy madness and ultimately murder...

  • Spotlight On A Murderer [Blu-ray]Spotlight On A Murderer | Blu Ray | (29/05/2017) from £11.39   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    When the terminally ill Count Hervé de Kerloquen (Pierre Brasseur, Goto, Isle of Love) vanishes without trace, his heirs are told that they have to wait five years before he can be declared legally dead, forcing them to devise ways of paying for the upkeep of the vast family château in the meantime. While they set about transforming the place into an elaborate son et lumière tourist attraction, they are beset by a series of tragic accidents if that's really what they are The little-known third feature by the great French maverick Georges Franju (Eyes Without a Face, Judex) is a delightfully playful romp through Agatha Christie territory, whose script (written by Pierre Boileau and Thomas Narcejac of Les Diaboliques and Vertigo fame) is mischievously aware of the hoariest old murder-mystery clichés and gleefully exploits as many of them as possible. They're equally aware of the detective story's antecedents in the Gothic novel, a connection that Franju is only too happy to emphasise visually at every opportunity thanks to his magnificent main location. A young Jean-Louis Trintignant (The Conformist, Amour) is amongst the Kerloquen heirs. SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS: High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentations of the feature, restored by Gaumont Uncompressed French Mono 1.0 PCM Audio Optional English subtitles Vintage production featurette from 1960, shot on location and including interviews with Georges Franju and actors Pascale Audret, Pierre Brasseur, Marianne Koch, Dany Saval and Jean-Louis Trintignant Original theatrical trailer Reversible sleeve with original and newly commissioned artwork by Peter Strain FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Booklet featuring new writing on the film by Chris Fujiwara

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