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  1. Director: Luca Guadagnino | Stars: Timothée Chalamet, Armie Hammer, Michael Stuhlbarg, Amira Casar Votes: 272,609 | Gross: $18.10M 2. Love (II) (2015) TV-MA | 135 min | Drama, Romance 6.1 Rate this 51 Metascore Murphy is an American living in Paris who enters a highly sexually and emotionally charged relationship with Electra.

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  2. Best French Film (1970-1979) 1. The Confession (1970) A high-ranking official is forced to confess to high treason. 2. Le Boucher (1970) An unlikely friendship between a dour, working class butcher and a repressed schoolteacher coincides with a grisly series of Ripper-type murders in a provincial French town. 3.

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  4. A list of 98 films compiled on Letterboxd, including Girlhood (2014), Blue Is the Warmest Color (2013), U.S. Go Home (1994), Cold Showers (2005) and Nenette and Boni (1996). ‎French feminine coming of age cinema, a list of films by elliegocher • Letterboxd

  5. French cinema consists of the film industry and its film productions, whether made within the nation of France or by French film production companies abroad. It is the oldest and largest precursor of national cinemas in Europe; with primary influence also on the creation of national cinemas in Asia. France continues to have a particularly strong film industry, due in part to protections afforded by the French government. In 2013, France was the second largest exporter of films in the world after

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  6. French & Francophone Film & Cinema. Our class in French and Francophone cinema and film offers a diverse mix of classic and contemporary French language films. The instructor, Manon Bellet, is a French cinephile who has a real passion for movies. In this course, after watching French language films, we will examine their directors and actors, analyze the themes and language, and learn vocabulary and expressions related to a specific film and to cinema in general.

  7. Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz is featuring select titles from Young French Cinema 2020 on Wednesday 16th, Thursday 17th, and Friday 18th of December at 8:00pm. These films have been on the international festival circuit and have not been distributed in the US – films you will not see anywhere else!

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