Julien and Agatha appear to be a great couple, loving, caring and seem to feel complete with each other. Though Julien often gives the impression of being interested in other girls, his ... See full summary »
Her youth has been spent working for a farm family, being raped by father and son, marrying the son who has now left her a happy widow. She is happy because World War I is over and she is ... See full summary »
Doctors at a rejuvenation clinic discover a formula that will prevent aging. However, it involves harvesting the blood and body parts of young men, a process that the doctors aren't particularly averse to.
In Italy, the gambler and professor of poetry Daniele Dominici arrives in the seaside town of Rimini and is hired to teach for four months in the Liceu replacing another teacher. His ... See full summary »
This is the theme proposed in this film produced by the protagonist, Alain Delon. He himself plays a priest, a role opposite all his other roles in other films: killer, bandit, thief, cop. He was also a doctor in another film, but, doctor and priest, Alain Delon is not credible, his acting is exaggerated, a lot of useless and ridiculous gesture. They wanted to be a comedy but the result is that it's nothing but 1h 30 minutes of great boredom. The only natural is Paul Meurisse, in the role of The Bishop. Julien Guiomar, delicious in other movies, here is also awkward. Paul Préboist is the same as in the movies with Louis De Funes. Nathalie Delon never was a great actress, she was just Alain Delon's wife... for a while. And the church organs do not sound like the one in the end, that is the Hammond electronic organ!
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