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Mylène Farmer: Libertine (1986)

The action takes place in the middle of the 18th century in France. A young woman and the man prepared to enter into a duel with pistols, in the presence of woman in the red. Libertine ... See full summary »

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Laurent Boutonnat
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Credited cast:
Mylène Farmer ... Libertine
Gérard Nublat Gérard Nublat ... The Marquis
Sophie Tellier Sophie Tellier ... The Rival
Rambo Kowalsky Rambo Kowalsky ... The Duellist
Christian Darre Christian Darre
Christiane Douesnard Christiane Douesnard
Bernard Muflasz Bernard Muflasz
Bruno de Saint Céran Bruno de Saint Céran
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Catherine Albin Catherine Albin
Olivier Blin Olivier Blin
Marc Celaries Marc Celaries
Cristophe Chemineau Cristophe Chemineau
Véronique Danjean Véronique Danjean
Sylvie Etchemaite Sylvie Etchemaite
Franck Honorin Franck Honorin
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The action takes place in the middle of the 18th century in France. A young woman and the man prepared to enter into a duel with pistols, in the presence of woman in the red. Libertine kills a person and flees on a white horse, while the woman in red is threatening revenge. Written by Bazza the Beast

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Seriously sexy
23 July 2007 | by Thorsten-KringsSee all my reviews

First of all it is absolutely amazing to see a music video that is basically shot as a film on proper film material with a huge budget. Secondly: you get to see the delightful Mylene Farmer naked. That in itself is worth watching the film. The film is basically a music video to a fairly timeless dance-floor song which has very well written lyrics in 18th century France. The images are fairly powerful and the message is amoral. Visually the film is very interesting as opposed to later videos by Mylene Farmer where she essentially uses a very Baroque or rather Rokkoko imagery to give ordinary pop songs a depth which they haven't got. It's interesting, it's sexy, it's intelligent. I have to say though that I found the sequel with its S/M images fairly disturbing.


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Country:

France

Language:

French

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1986 (France) See more »

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Stereo

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Color (Eastmancolor)

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2.35 : 1
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