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Thu Feb 12 22:16:34 2015 UTClccn-n500358440.16Unfaithful0.340.97Chabrol : Claude Chabrol /84192392Claude_Chabroln 5003584495340071118Chabrol, C. 1930-2010Chabrol, Claude Henri Jean 1930-2010シャブロル, クロードlccn-no97015460MK2 Productionsprodstlccn-no2001049258Chabrol, Matthieusngflmcmplccn-no96000645Huppert, Isabelleothprfctbactlccn-no96058649Audran, Stéphane1932-othcstprfctbactlccn-n87812494Rabier, Jean1927-cngillphtlccn-n94007553Karmitz, Marinprolccn-no00022834Balmer, Jean-Françoisothprfactlccn-nr2003004731Pathfinder Home Entertainment (Firm)fdsnp-rohmer, eric$1920 2010Rohmer, Éric1920-2010autlccn-nr98039633Gégauff, Paul1922-1983wamprfaudadpsceausactChabrol, Claude1930-2010DramaFilm adaptationsHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcHistorical filmsCrime filmsThrillers (Motion pictures)BiographyInterviewsQuotationsMan-woman relationshipsFranceFrance--ParisBetrayalFugitives from justiceCriminalsGermanyAdulterySerial murdersMotion pictures, FrenchPolice murdersMotion picturesChildren--DeathOrganized crimeSerial murder investigationMurderJealousyGerman Occupation of France (1940-1945)Bovary, Emma (Fictitious character)Women--Social conditionsWives--Social conditionsMotion pictures, GermanSerial murderersChild molestersAmericansTriangles (Interpersonal relations)Germany--DüsseldorfMurderersFlaubert, Gustave,Indochinese War (1946-1954)VeteransMurder--InvestigationVacationsDetectivesCrimeCousinsNazi propagandaWorld War (1939-1945)PropagandaLaw studentsCriminal behaviorBridesmaidsRendell, Ruth,Propaganda, FrenchMotion pictures in propagandaRoommatesAlcoholicsMale friendshipHomecomingSmall cities193020101957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014194166942335791.4372PN1997ocn683259058ocn026124064ocn078806140ocn055944771ocn055944764ocn746793914ocn045009657ocn051857964ocn262328289ocn123960547ocn683259058ocn026124064ocn078806140ocn746223186ocn055944771ocn055944764ocn746793914ocn052336783ocn052332741ocn061173177ocn421433959ocn422213789ocn300259606ocn076647009ocn008011211ocn002196974ocn402278072ocn417277336ocn000868353ocn492333017ocn746223186ocn052336783ocn052332741ocn746223186ocn746793914ocn076251324ocn891106219ocn891106201ocn790011440ocn801363344ocn889847410ocn889847411ocn876611480ocn691694774ocn691695234ocn767056793ocn691695567ocn691695594ocn691695071ocn691695010ocn691695640ocn767075348ocn422083625ocn800772866ocn676411921ocn421715714ocn422121614ocn421801139ocn781091685ocn780727453ocn676412047ocn410687513ocn422083625ocn421715714ocn422121614ocn421801139ocn410687513ocn743160354ocn742922712ocn742910076ocn742925934ocn742766312ocn758339735ocn676410931ocn676411886ocn676411854ocn674494374ocn866824743ocn676412180ocn676412047ocn767426406ocn691413169ocn753857216ocn836833330ocn836833037ocn753861341ocn836831144ocn753861139ocn753861138ocn753861347ocn753600579ocn753476148ocn063664819ocn676505065ocn493708586ocn858157074ocn692038813ocn762594597ocn691518136ocn693956294ocn767427761ocn858156765ocn676410931ocn674494374ocn866824743ocn762697667ocn767426406ocn691844077ocn762206069ocn691573656ocn676535509ocn693955448ocn001283761ocn844105992ocn800772866ocn758339735ocn897168450ocn797477590ocn185985351ocn743114898ocn875670427ocn417361470ocn463478131ocn406935293ocn676412047ocn691873122ocn691879189ocn767221684ocn676554816ocn863994090ocn863993980ocn863993195ocn865651146ocn863994343ocn795503454ocn795503467ocn795503470ocn795503459ocn691645457ocn658369610ocn658368512ocn766292784ocn799366541ocn661500237ocn450743555ocn780541777ocn421791731ocn8793217111506116ocn247133531visu19900.25Chabrol, ClaudeMadame BovaryHistoryDramaFilm and video adaptationsHistorical filmsTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsA story concerning a woman's abandoned pursuit of love and the three men who loved her+-+4555557325324110313ocn004515068book19790.30Rohmer, ÉricHitchcock, the first forty-four filmsCriticism, interpretation, etc10342ocn056795847visu20040.28Lang, FritzMFictionInterviewsDramaThrillers (Motion pictures)Motion picturesWhen a serial killer is stalking the children of the city, everyone, including the criminal underworld, wants to see him brought down. The story is based on the Düsseldorf child murders of 1929+-+245475532561650ocn055944771visu19880.29Chabrol, ClaudeUne affaire de femmes Story of womenHistoryCase studiesDramaFilm adaptationsFeature film from France. Set in Nazi-occupied France, the tragic story of a woman guillotined for performing abortions for prostitutes and others, many impregnated by Nazis. Portrays the disintegration of a family and the humiliation of defeat55356ocn055944764visu19950.26Chabrol, ClaudeLa cérémonieDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsFeature film. Based on Ruth Rendell's 'a judgement in stone', the adventures of a dyslexic, murderous maidservant52448ocn051857037visu20000.21Chabrol, ClaudeMerci pour le chocolat NightcapDramaThrillers (Motion pictures)Mika is the couture-attired, oh-so-perfect head of a company that makes Swiss chocolate. Andre is her suave concert-pianist husband whose first wife died years ago in a mysterious car acident. How is it then that Andre's teenage son has no musical talent, while the stunning Jeanne, who shares his birthday, is already a world-class pianist? And why does Mika insist that everyone sip the hot chocolate she prepares each evening?50156ocn052354367visu19690.33Chabrol, ClaudeLe boucherDramaIn a provincial French town, a sophisticated schoolmistress avoids attachments but strikes up a congenial friendship with the charmingly passionate local butcher, a veteran of Indochina. As a serial killer spreads terror throughout the countryside, the effort of these two people to come back from their emotional islands to some kind of mutual understanding and reality builds from oblique tenderness and humor to shattering tragedy45443ocn746223186visu19580.26Chabrol, ClaudeLes cousinsDramaSimple, good-hearted country cousin Charles comes to study at the Sorbonne in Paris where he stays at the luxury apartment of Paul, his cynical city cousin. Charles works hard but fails his exams, Paul doesn't but passes and gets Charles's girl. Chabrol's second feature film re-unites Jean-Claude Brialy and Gerard Blain, the two lead actors from his debut feature, 'Le Beau Serge'. Paul (Brialy) is a hedonistic and confident Parisian student living in his uncle's fashionable inner city flat. He spends his time drinking, carousing, sleeping with a variety of female friends and playing the role of matchmaker for his friends, arranging trysts in an ongoing merry go round of bed partners. He is an emotionally remote and decadent man, adhering to a dubious moral code, who approaches his friends love lives with devilish detachment. Charles (Blain) is his naive country cousin, a dedicated student, who stays with Paul whilst studying for his law exams. When Charles is introduced to Paul's swinging set, he instantaneously falls for Florence, a beautiful woman who is intrigued by Charles' innocence. Paul is perturbed as he observes the attraction between the two and the respect that Charles displays for Florence. A clash is inevitable as the rivalry for Florences affection grows. The contrast between the two main characters morality is acute, especially in their attitudes toward women. A dramatic study of class conflict and personal responsibility 'Les Cousins' is a riveting and perverse study of decadent Parisian student life. The City of Lights is captured by Decae's camera as if seen through the amazed eyes of Charles. The film won the Best Film award at the Berlin Film Festival in 1959. Also available on 16mm4314ocn683259058visu20080.16Inspector BellamyDramaInspector Bellamy tries to go on vacation but murder travels with him, not to mention his black sheep of a brother, his bored wife, and enough suspects to fill a cruise ship. A suspenseful mystery in which even the inspector has a motive no one would suspect39942ocn746793914visu19580.26Chabrol, ClaudeLe beau SergeFictionDramaFollows a successful yet sickly young man who returns home to the small village where he grew up. There, he finds himself at odds with his former close friend - now unhappily married and a wretched alcoholic, and the provincial life he represents39023ocn123918157visu20050.19Chabrol, ClaudeL'ivresse du pouvoirFictionDramaFeature film from France. Drama. A determined magistrate investigates corrupt corporate executives38618ocn063680998visu19610.28Godard, Jean-LucÀ bout de souffleDramaCrime filmsA small-time hood kills a police and tries to leave France, but his American girlfriend betrays him to the police leading to a deadly conclusion+-+045557942536242ocn052294014visu19670.39Chabrol, ClaudeLes bichesDramaFilm adaptations"Socialite Frederique encounters young student Why on the streets of Paris, seduces her and whisks her off to spend winter with the chic crowd in St. Tropez. When architect Paul meets Why, he too charms her and comes between the two lovers. Frederique then seduces Paul out of jealousy, but finds herself feeling real love. Paul and Frederique invite Why to live together with them, resulting in a ménage-à-trois beset by jealousy, madness, and ultimately, murder"--Container3514ocn078806140visu20060.19La demoiselle d'honneur The bridesmaidDramaFilm adaptationsFeature film from France. Thriller. Screen adaptation of Ruth Rendell's crime novel. Middle class salesman Philippe's love for Senta, one of his sister's bridesmaids, is put to the test32140ocn061173206visu19930.35Chabrol, ClaudeL'enferDramaPaul seems to have it all, but is actually forced to work extremely hard to keep it all afloat. He begins to hear voices in his head questioning the choices he's made. What follows is Paul's downward spiral into the madness of deranged jealousy, where he realizes that hell is not a state of mind -- hell is himself+-+146570720632431422ocn045009657visu19590.33Chabrol, ClaudeLes bonnes femmesDramaFour Parisian shop girls, Ginette, Rita, Jacqueline and Jane seek fulfillment and love. Rita has a fiance whose family is obsessed with social status. Jane has a boyfriend in the army, but she still enjoys herself with chance encounters. Ginette has a secret passion that keeps her away from her colleagues at nights. Jacqueline is lonely, but a mysterious motorcyclist constantly follows her31125ocn054886950visu20020.23Chabrol, ClaudeLa fleur du mal The flower of evilDramaFeature film from France. Drama/thriller. The closely guarded secrets of a wealthy Bordeaux family are exposed when the daughter decides to run for mayor29616ocn036996809visu19930.33The eye of Vichy L'Oeil de VichyHistoryA compilation of long forgotten film footage and newsreels, produced by the Nazis and French collaborators during World War II2797ocn262328289visu19930.30Six in ParisDramaSix directors release six vignettes set in different sections of Paris. Includes: Saint-Germain-des-Pres (Douchet); Gare du Nord (Rouch); Rue Saint-Denis (Pollet); Place de l'Etoile (Rhomer); Montparnasse and Levallois (Godard); and La Muette (Chabrol)+-+051958210627328ocn051857964visu19680.28Chabrol, ClaudeLa femme infidèleDramaA man suspects his wife of infidelity. He hires a private detective to watch her, who confirms his worst fears5203ocn050869033visu20010.16Lyne, AdrianUnfaithfulFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsDiane Lane is a wayward wife and Richard Gere is her suspicious husband in Adrian Lyne's Unfaithful. Connie (Lane) leaves her suburban home on an errand, venturing into Manhattan during a wicked windstorm. On a trash-strewn Soho street, she literally runs into Paul Martel (Olivier Martinez), a handsome young Frenchman carrying a huge stack of books. Connie has a bad scrape on her knee, and is unable to get a cab, so Paul invites her up to his apartment. Paul is quietly flirtatious as he gives Connie some ice and a bandage for her knee. Connie phones home and explains to her son, Charlie (Erik Per Sullivan), that she's running late. Before she leaves, Paul gives her a book of Persian poetry, The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. She mentions the encounter in passing to Edward (Gere), her husband, but it's clear that she's obsessing about Paul, and soon she's back in the city, with a pretext for calling him up. Soon, they are lovers, and they grow bolder and bolder in their passion. Edward begins to suspect, and eventually gets a private investigator (Dominic Chianese of The Sopranos) to follow Connie. His worst fears confirmed, Edward decides to confront Paul, a decision that will come to haunt him. While the screenplay for Unfaithful is credited to Alvin Sargent (Ordinary People) and William Broyles Jr. (Cast Away), the inspiration for Lyne's film came from Claude Chabrol's acclaimed 1969 film La Femme Infidele4305ocn000104517book19700.67Wood, RobinClaude Chabrol3753ocn042787403book19990.70Austin, GuyClaude ChabrolHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography+-+17270546251155ocn002347072book19760.90Chabrol, ClaudeEt pourtant je tourne ...Biography1103ocn001126001book19710.89Braucourt, GuyClaude Chabrol1002ocn017990933book19870.77Magny, JoëlClaude ChabrolCriticism, interpretation, etc851ocn011442077book19830.85La Nouvelle vague 25 ans après : dossierHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc523ocn021122214book19890.90Blanchet, ChristianClaude ChabrolCriticism, interpretation, etcLes films : leurs histoires, leurs personnages, leurs discours, l'auteur et ce qui marque son style483ocn002894594book19750.67Jansen, Peter WClaude ChabrolCriticism, interpretation, etc482ocn051666331book20030.90Alexandre, WilfridClaude Chabrol : la traversée des apparences : biographieBiographyBiographie du réalisateur retraçant sa vie et sa carrière, réalisée avec sa collaboration et complétée par un filmographie exhaustive. Cet ouvrage est publié à l'occasion de la sortie de son 50e long métrage442ocn042458078book19990.85Chabrol, ClaudeClaude Chabrol : un jardin bien à moiInterviewsCinéaste prolifique, éclectique, Chabrol se penche, sans complaisance et avec lucidité sur sa carrière, prêt à analyser les raisons du succès de tel film, les sources de l'échec de tel autre et surtout, pour tous, l'origine d'une idée puis l'évolution d'un projet. En éclairant l'oeuvre, ces conversations dévoilent aussi l'esprit et le coeur du créateur302ocn713181280book20110.92Chabrol, ClaudePar lui-même et par les siensBiography291ocn057056681book20040.94Chabrol, ClaudeLaissez-moi rire!BiographyLe réalisateur C. Chabrol évoque son enfance, son adolescence, son amour de la littérature et du cinéma et critique certaines institutions françaises, la religion et les honneurs252ocn003848237book19760.97Moscariello, AngeloChabrol : Claude ChabrolBiography241ocn049888587book20020.87Chabrol, ClaudePensées, répliques et anecdotesBiographyQuotations232ocn042999083book19970.87Viganò, AldoClaude ChabrolCriticism, interpretation, etc161ocn827198185book20120.70Pascal, MichelClaude ChabrolHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcPictorial worksClaude Chabrol (1930-2010) est l'un des réalisateurs majeurs du cinéma français. Né au cinéma avec la Nouvelle Vague, il a su s'en détacher pour construire une oeuvre unique, personnelle et, à son image, grinçante et généreuse. En cinquante-sept films, pour cinquante années de carrière, ce réalisateur prolixe a pris - et donné - un plaisir fou à analyser les petits travers d'une France trop lisse pour être honnête, toujours vaguement inquiétante. Du Beau Serge à Bellamy, de La Femme infidèle à Violette Nozière, cet amateur de Balzac a inventé sa propre Comédie humaine en dessinant une galerie de personnages hauts en couleurs. Entre les lignes des cahiers Clairefontaine où il rédigeait d'une traite les synopsis de ses films, il a laissé un peu de son regard sur le monde, l'âme d'un grand cinéaste et d'un homme à la personnalité merveilleusement riche. Cet ouvrage tente de faire la synthèse du réalisateur et du personnage Chabrol, discrètement autobiographique, en rassemblant ce qu'il a dévoilé de ses films et ce que les autres, collaborateurs et amis, ont dit de lui. Cette entreprise est menée par Michel Pascal, qui présente d'abord une vaste biographie de Claude Chabrol, de ses toutes premières années à son décès en 2010. Vient ensuite une filmographie sélective, dont chacun des trente films est introduit par un texte de l'auteur, accompagné de propos tenus par le réalisateur sur chaque oeuvre et d'un choix de critiques presse. Enfin, la troisième partie de l'ouvrage met en regard des entretiens exclusifs de l'auteur avec des acteurs et actrices chabroliens (François Cluzet, Bernadette Lafont, Isabelle Huppert, Sandrine Bonnaire, Gérard Depardieu), deux de ses producteurs, Marin Karmitz et Patrick Godeau, et son attachée de presse de toujours, Éva Simonet. Le tout est illustré par une très riche iconographie mêlant instantanés de tournage et plongées dans les archives des collaborateurs de Chabrol, guidées par sa famille. Le livre est préfacé par le réalisateur américain James Gray, grand admirateur de la Nouvelle Vague qu'il a découverte avec Les Bonnes Femmes, et du cinéma de Chabrol162ocn039628958book19970.89Claude Chabrol : cinquantième, moteur!Criticism, interpretation, etc141ocn037565401visu19900.67Chabrol, ClaudeClaude Chabrol: l'entomologiste Claude Chabrol, the entomologistInterviewsIn an interview with Jean Douchet, Claude Chabrol discusses the fundamental characteristics of his vision131ocn456187567book20090.85Bourdon, LaurentChabrol se met à tableCriticism, interpretation, etc57 films présentés et illustrés permettent d'embrasser l'oeuvre de C. Chabrol. Pour chaque film, une fiche technique détaillée, le résumé du scénario, l'analyse d'un aspect cinématographique plus précis, des anecdotes livrées par le réalisateur et un encadré sur les mets gastronomiques qui ont une place phare dans la fiction+-+2454755325+-+2454755325Fri Feb 13 10:29:12 EST 2015batch64225