FILMS


Title   Cast   Director   Year Shown  Other Info    Country  Notes 


A la Vie, à la Mort!

At first Robert Guédiguian’s film seems like your basic delightful, particularly French social melodrama. It’s a vignette-studded narrative driven by an ensemble cast, delicately hovering between    more...


  • Robert Guédiguian
  • France
  • 1995
Lady Jane

Lady Jane is a character-rich film noir suffused with the knife-sharp light of wintry Marseille. A teenage boy’s kidnapping leads his desperate mother, Muriel (Ariane Ascaride), a boutique ow    more...


  • Robert Guédiguian
  • France
  • 2007
The Last Mitterrand

A must-see for anyone interested in European politics, history or Europe in general, The Last Mitterrand fictionalizes the last months of the ex-president of France, François Mitterrand, to cr    more...


  • Robert Guédiguian
  • France
  • 2004
Marius and Jeannette

Robert Guédiguian’s unashamedly sentimental film about love lost and love found is a Jean Renoiresque story about an unlikely couple who find warmth and hope in an otherwise harsh world. The film    more...


  • Robert Guédiguian
  • France
  • 1997
The Snows of Kilimanjaro

Fifty-year-old Michel is a man of principle. When his union holds a lottery to see which men will be laid off, he includes his name, and finds himself faced with early retirement. It’s an adjustment    more...


  • Robert Guédiguian
  • France
  • 2011
The Town Is Quiet

A restless, energized tour through a Marseille boiling over with racial strife, political unrest and a looming worker’s strike, The Town Is Quiet encompasses a group of disparate characters j    more...


  • Robert Guédiguian
  • France
  • 2000