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French Institute Alliance Francaise Presents
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Open Question: Which of the following films
I'm doing a course in france on the history of cinema and i've been given a list of the genres mentioned and these films which im trying to organise into genres. please help!
L’Avventura de Michelangelo Antonioni
Désert Rouge de Michelangelo Antonioni
A bout de souffle de Jean-Luc Godard
400 couprs de François Truffaut
Le beau Serge de Claude Chabrol
Porcherie de Pier Paolo Pasolini
L’Année Dernière à Marienbad d’Alain Resnais
Hiroshima mon Amour d’Alain Resnais
Posted on 7 May 2014 | 8:33 pm
Resolved Question: What are some taut,
the few that i like are:
('60s) "Cape Fear" (directed by j. lee thompson, 1962)
('70s) "Nada" (directed by Claude Chabrol, 1974)
"Day of the Jackal" (directed by Fred Zinnemann, 1973)
"Three Days of the Condor" (directed by Sydney Pollack, 1975)
"Marathon Man" (directed by John Schlesinger, 1976)
Answer away! Broaden my mind. Tell me of obscure, outside-of-the -box, hard-to-find thrillers that really thrill that were made between the years 1960 and 1979.
Please let me know of more captivatingly suspenseful stuff from the years 1960 to 1979. Please DO NOT refer me to one of those generic internet lists of thrillers. Those lists often mention films that are not even of the thriller genre. Give me your own personal recommendations, a list of 60s +70s thrillers that you personally like. Please DO NOT refer me to one of those generic internet lists of thrillers. Those lists often mention films that are not even of the thriller genre. Give me your own personal recommendations, a list of 60s +70s thrillers that you personally like. I already saw Chinatown, Psycho, Manchurian Candidate, Charade, The Conformist, and The Conversation. Refer me to more thrillers other than these films. "Chinatown" is like a neo-noir movie, "Psycho" is a horror movie, "Manchurian Candidate" is an avant-garde thriller, "Charade" is a comedy-thriller, "The Conformist" is a political movie/drama and "The Conversation" is a character study/drama. What I am seeking is strictly thrillers.
C'mon, ppl, gimme more recommendations. Plzzz...
Posted on 18 May 2013 | 10:51 pm
Resolved Question: Why does God need Satan
I love mirrors. They let one pass through the surface of things.
Posted on 20 May 2011 | 4:23 am
Resolved Question: Famous French Film
What are some famous and well know French film makers either in Hollywood or just very famous in France? Must be from France! Thanks! Also, they could be film makers in history that have past away.....
Posted on 8 March 2011 | 1:12 pm
Resolved Question: Is Jean-Paul Belmondo, a
At least in 1960-1970th
considered as such now, at the age of almost 80
Posted on 26 January 2011 | 11:34 pm