And Then There Were None (1974)
Guests are invited to a remote hotel... and murdered one by one.
Babette's Feast (1987)
In an isolated village in Denmark, dominated by puritanism, two spinsters nostalgically recall their distant youth and the rigid upbringing that forced them to pass up their chance at Earthly happiness.
Les Biches (1968)
Love, jealousy and domination in Sixties France.
The Break Up (1970)
The father of a drug addict plots the destruction of his daughter-in-law’s character. Out to own as part of .
The Claude Chabrol Collection: Volume 2 (2005)
A second pick'n'mix of Claude Chabrol's prolific output.
The Discreet Charm Of The Bourgeoisie (1972)
A group of friends are repeatedly frustrated in their attempts to have dinner.
La Femme Infidele (1969)
A man who suspects his wife is cheating on him hires a private investigator to find out for sure.
The Girl From Monaco (2008)
A lawyer in a high-profile trial falls for a local weathergirl... much to the concern of the bodyguard who has been hired to protect him.
Madeline (1998)
Jolly japes at a Parisian boarding school.
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