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Francis Perrin ...
Georges Le Roi
Marie-Christine Descouard ...
Sophie Labranche
Isabelle Mejias ...
Suzanne
Evelyne Buyle ...
Daisy
Fanny Cottençon ...
La femme à la terrasse
Patrick Font ...
Jean-Pierre Dubuisson
Sophie Agacinski ...
La psychanalyste
Maurice Baquet ...
Le patron de l'hôtel de passe
Jean-Paul Farré ...
Dr. Bitoune
Roland Giraud ...
Boldec
Luis Rego ...
Le mari à la terrasse
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L'agent de police
Eugène Ionesco ...
Le pharmacien
Professeur Choron ...
Le passager
Michel Seuphor
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18 February 1981 (France)  »

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The King of Jerks  »

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Last theatrical film of Sophie Agacinski. See more »

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References Gone with the Wind (1939) See more »

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Monsieur Esclave et Mister Love
Performed by Nicole Rieu
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# 52 : Marie – Christine Descouard *
29 October 2016 | by (France) – See all my reviews

It's my oldest babe by birth but my more recent pick ! In Le Professionnel, she was an extraordinary call-girl : no nude but in lingerie and her natural charm, dynamic attitude won me over. MC had this simple, kind beauties of the 70s, 80s and for sure, with the actual sophistication and vulgarity, you can't find nobody like her anymore. In a way, she is close to my one shot [10] – Catherine Erhardhy, but the difference is that Catherine shows her skin in only 1 movie while MC did it several times ! She has wonderful frontal and back in Le Battant and in this movie, it's the nirvana ! Playing a free militant and working girl, she has several hot scenes and her beauty is just enhanced by the creative 80's fashion : jeans, cocktail dress, suit, casual wear, colored, brown, white, blue. Her hair style is totally romantic and she definitely one of a kind… In addition, her character takes charges, have ideas so it was a time when feminism means other thing that mere money and sexuality !


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