Alain Robbe-Grillet: Six Films 1964-1974 (DVD Box Set) DVD

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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 which starred such icons of French cinema as Jean-Louis Trintignant (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-charged fi.

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Released
30 June 2014
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Bfi 
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Runtime
554 minutes 
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Box set, Dolby, PAL 
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5035673020005 
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Collection of erotic films by French director Alain Robbe-Grillet. 'The Immortal One' (1963) stars Jacques Doniol-Valcroze and Françoise Brion as a sad man and a beautiful woman who meet unexpectedly and persue a passionate affair. 'Trans-Europe Express' (1967) tells the story of a film director, Jean (Robbe-Grillet), his producer and his assistant as they ride the Trans-Europe Express train from Paris to Antwerp. In 'The Man Who Lies' (1968), Jean-Louis Trintignant stars as Boris, a man who is believed to have betrayed his country during World War II. After he is taken in by the family of a dead rebel, he witnesses the lesbian affair between the man's sister and a servant and must decide whether to continue down the path of deception or get back on the straight and narrow. 'Eden and After' (1970) is an erotic horror starring Catherine Jourdan and Lorraine Rainer as students who take part in a series of games in a quiet café. In 'N. Rolls the Dice' (1971), a young man who makes a living playing dice becomes haunted by the image of two women with short hair. 'Successive Slidings of Pleasure' (1974) examines the story of a young woman believed to be a witch. When her partner Nora (Olga Georges-Picot) is found dead, stabbed through the heart with a pair of scissors, she is incarcerated in a convent prison where her sexual fantasies are perceived as the devil's work.