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Robin Renucci (born 11 July 1956, in Le Creusot, Saône-et-Loire) is a French film and television actor and film director.
Le Creusot is a commune in the Saône-et-Loire department in the region of Bourgogne in eastern France.
Saône-et-Loire is a French department, named after the Saône and the Loire rivers between which it lies.
The French are an ethnic group and nation who are identified with the country of France. This connection may be ethnic, legal, historical, or cultural.
Eaux profondes is a 1981 French thriller film directed by Michel Deville and starring Isabelle Huppert.
Les Misérables is a 1982 French drama film directed by Robert Hossein. It is one of the numerous screen adaptations of the novel of the same name by Victor Hugo. It was entered into the 13th Moscow International Film Festival where it won a Special Prize.
Invitation au voyage is a 1982 French drama film directed by Peter Del Monte. It was entered into the 1982 Cannes Film Festival, where it won the prize for the Best Artistic Contribution.
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The Dreamers is a 2003 romantic drama film directed by Bernardo Bertolucci. The screenplay is by Gilbert Adair, based on his own novel The Holy Innocents. An international co-production by companies from France, the United Kingdom, and Italy, the film tells the story of an American university student in Paris who, after meeting a peculiar brother and sister who are fellow film enthusiasts, becomes entangled in an erotic triangle. It is set against the backdrop of the 1968 Paris student riots. The film makes several references to various movies of classical and New Wave cinema, incorporating clips from films that are often imitated by the actors in particular scenes.
Chefs is a French drama television series. It has been distributed since 2015 on France 2 (France).
Robin Askwith is an English film actor, most famous for his role as Timmy Lea in the Confessions sex comedies series. In 1975, at Drury Lane’s New London Theatre, he was voted Most Promising Newcomer – Male at the "Evening Standard British Film Awards". Askwith's most recent television role was that of musician Ritchie de Vries in Coronation Street.
Arsène Lupin is a 2004 crime-adventure film, based on the iconic series of novels created by Maurice Leblanc, directed by Jean-Paul Salomé and stars Romain Duris, Eva Green and Kristin Scott Thomas. It was a co-production of France, Spain, Italy and The United Kingdom.
Children of the Century is a 1999 French film based on the true tale of the tumultuous love affair between two French literary icons of the 19th century, novelist George Sand and poet Alfred de Musset.
Entre Nous is a 1983 French biographical drama film directed by Diane Kurys, who shares the writing credits with Olivier Cohen. Set in the France of the mid twentieth century, the film stars Isabelle Huppert, Miou-Miou, Guy Marchand, Jean-Pierre Bacri, Christine Pascal, Denis Lavant and Dominique Lavanant. Coup de Foudre means "love at first sight".
The 11th César Awards ceremony, presented by the Académie des Arts et Techniques du Cinéma, honoured the best French films of 1985 and took place on 22 February 1986 at the Palais des Congrès in Paris. The ceremony was chaired by Madeleine Renaud and Jean-Louis Barrault and hosted by Michel Drucker. Three Men and a Cradle won the award for Best Film.
Vallica is a commune in the Haute-Corse department of France on the island of Corsica.
Female Agents is a 2008 French historical drama film directed by Jean-Paul Salomé and starring Sophie Marceau, Julie Depardieu, Marie Gillain, Déborah François, and Moritz Bleibtreu. Written by Salomé and Laurent Vachaud, the film is about female resistance fighters in the Second World War. Jean-Paul Salomé, the director, drew inspiration from an obituary in The Times newspaper of Lise de Baissac, from Mauritius, one of the few recognised heroines of the SOE, named "Louise Desfontaines" in the film and played by Sophie Marceau. The film was partly funded by BBC Films.
Marcel Francisci was an alleged member of the Unione Corse who was accused of masterminding the French Connection drug network. As a young man, Francisci fought in World War II and was awarded the Croix de Guerre. Following the war, he developed a business empire that included casinos in Britain, France and Lebanon. Francisci served in the general council of the Corse-du-Sud (UDR) and was a member of the Civic Action Service (SAC), a Gaullist militia. He was assassinated in Paris in 1982.
Véronique Silver was a French actress.
Robin Davis is a French film director and screenwriter. He directed 13 films between 1975 and 2006.
The King's Whore is a 1990 drama film directed by Axel Corti and starring Timothy Dalton. It was entered into the 1990 Cannes Film Festival.
Comedy of Power is a 2006 French drama film directed by Claude Chabrol and starring Isabelle Huppert. The French title means "drunk with power".
Masks is a 1987 French comedy film directed by Claude Chabrol. It was entered into the 37th Berlin International Film Festival.
The Malady of Love is a 1986 Italian-French romantic drama film directed by Giorgio Treves. For this film Treves won the David di Donatello for Best New Director.
Dolce Fine Giornata is a 2019 Polish drama film directed by Jacek Borcuch. It was screened in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition section at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival.