Caught (1949)
Tense psychological drama about a young woman whose dream of marrying into riches descends into a nightmare.
The Earrings Of Madame De... (1953)
A countess sells her earrings, little realising the huge impact the move will have on her life.
The Exile (1947)
Charles II's attempts to elude the Roundheads.
Letter From An Unknown Woman (1948)
A woman falls for her neighbour and maintains her unrequited love down the years.
Lola Montes (1955)
Colourful and genuinely revolutionary film, which shows off the considerable imagination and technical prowess of the director. Newly restored version is being show at NYFF 2008.
La Ronde (1950)
The love lives of a series of inter-related characters.
La Signora Di Tutti (1934)
The story of a woman who has lived a scandalous life.
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