Amy Foster (1997)
Love story between a servant girl and a Russian immigrant.
Beyond The Clouds (1995)
Love, lust and naked women in a quartet of linked tales.
Le Bossu (1997)
Swashbuckling in 17th century France.
Cyrano de Bergerac (1990)
Superior retelling - in verse - of the classic romance.
Indochine (1992)
A plantation owner in Indochina finds herself in a love rivalry with her adopted daughter as France's colonial strength wanes.
Queen Margot (1994)
Sixteenth century intrigue in the court of the king of France, as a religious war rages and passions run red with blood.
Queen Of The Damned (2002)
Stuart Townsend plays a vampire as rock star who brings the stone statue of a queen to life.
Those Who Love Me Can Take The Train (1998)
Friends and family of dead artist open old wounds and start new relationships at funeral.
Time Regained (1998)
A dying Marcel Proust, looks back at his life.
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