Bon Voyage (2003)
Politics, sex, the invading Germans, heavy water, young love, old lust in Paris, 1940.
The Driver (1978)
A detective hunts a getaway driver through the streets of San Fransisco.
Mammuth (2010)
An anarchic comedy in which a retired abbatoir worker takes to the road on his Mammuth motorbike in search of the paperwork he needs to get his pension.
Possession (1981)
After his wife walks out on the family with no explanation, a distressed man hires a detective to help him find out why.
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.
Skirt Day (2008)
A teacher accidentally takes her class hostage.
Subway (1985)
A thief stumbles on a Parisian subculture after he robs a house and takes the loot into the Paris Metro.
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