The Bride Wore Black (1968)
New Wave brat scholar Tarantino swears blind this was not the inspiration for Kill Bill? You decide.
Beyond The Clouds (1995)
Love, lust and naked women in a quartet of linked tales.
Dangerous Liaisons (1959)
Love and adultery... Who could resist!?
Diary Of A Chambermaid (1964)
Dark comedy exposing the 1930s in thrall to fascism.
The Fire Within (1963)
A suicidal man struggling to avoid sliding back into alcoholism visits former friends and lovers to say goodbye.
The Immortal Story (1968)
Rarely-seen Welles feature about an expat orchestrates a tale of sexual and emotional manipulation.
Jules Et Jim (1962)
A French love triangle, spanning the years. Out on reissue in May.
A Lady In Paris (2012)
A woman leaves Estonia to look after an elderly Estonian woman... but finds her services are less than welcome.
Lift To The Scaffold (1958)
Moreau's first lead role about an unfaithful wife who finds nothing but trouble after a fling with her lover.
The Lovers (1958)
Controversial drama about a married mum who walks out on her husband.
Mademoiselle (1966)
A repressed schoolteacher vents her frustration on the local community.
Querelle (1982)
A young man explores his sexuality in a decadent French brothel.
Time To Leave (2005)
The last great taboo - a dissection of a young man coming to terms with death with the help of his grandmother.
The Trial (1962)
A man wakes up to discover the police want to talk to him, but he has no idea what he's supposed to have done.
Viva Maria! (1965)
Malle's comic western starring Bardot and Moreau as strip-tease pioneers.
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