1, 2, 3, Sun (French: Un, deux, trois, soleil) is a 1993 French comedy film directed by Bertrand Blier.
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Benoît Jacquot's A Single Girl (French: La Fille seule) follows a day in the life of a young Parisian woman named Valérie (played by Virginie Ledoyen) who begins a new job at a four star hotel the same day she reveals to her boyfriend that she is pregnant. The 90 minute film is shot in real time in the random style of the French New Wave.
A Summer Dress (French: Une robe d'été) is a 1996 short film directed by François Ozon about a lagging gay relationship that is refueled in an unexpected way.
A Summer's Tale (French: Conte d'été) is a 1996 French romance film directed by Éric Rohmer. It is the third film in his Contes des quatre saisons (Tales of the Four Seasons) series, which includes A Tale of Springtime (1990), Conte d'été, Autumn Tale (1998), and A Tale of Winter (1992). Conte d'été stars Melvil Poupaud, Amanda Langlet, Aurélia Nolin, and Gwenaëlle Simon.
Conte de printemps (A Tale of Springtime) is a 1990 French film directed by Éric Rohmer, starring Anne Teyssèdre, Hugues Quester and Florence Darel. It is the first of Rohmer's Contes des quatre saisons (Tales of the Four Seasons), which also includes A Tale of Winter (1992), A Summer's Tale (1996) and Autumn Tale (1998).
A Tale of Winter (French: Conte d'hiver) is a 1992 French drama film directed by Éric Rohmer, and starring Charlotte Véry, Frédéric van den Driessche and Michael Voletti. It is the second of Rohmer's "Tales of the Four Seasons" (Contes des quatre saisons), which also include A Tale of Springtime (1990), A Summer's Tale (1996) and Autumn Tale (1998). The film was entered into the 42nd Berlin International Film Festival.
For Sale (French: À vendre) is a 1998 French drama film directed by Laetitia Masson. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival.
The Real Shlemiel (German: Die Schelme von Schelm), also known in the United States as Aaron's Magic Village, is a European animated film originally released in 1995.
Afraid of the Dark is a 1991 French-British drama film directed by Mark Peploe and starring James Fox, Fanny Ardant and Paul McGann. A boy becomes convinced there is a murderer about as his mind begins to confuse reality and delusion.
After Shave (1999) is a short film written and directed by Noël Mitrani, starring Russian actor Sacha Bourdo.
Amour et confusions is a French film which was released in 1997. It stars Patrick Braoudé, Kristin Scott Thomas and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi.
Love After Love (French: Après l'amour) is a 1992 French romance film directed by Diane Kurys and starring Isabelle Huppert.
Around the Pink House (French: Autour de la maison rose / Arabic: البيت الزهري) is a 1999 film co-directed by Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige. It was an international co-production between France, Canada and Lebanon. It was Lebanon's official Best Foreign Language Film submission at the 72nd Academy Awards, but did not manage to receive a nomination.
Assassin(s) is a 1997 French drama film directed, co-written, co-edited by and starring Mathieu Kassovitz. It was entered into the 1997 Cannes Film Festival.
In the Country of Juliets (French: Au pays des Juliets) is a 1992 French drama film directed by Mehdi Charef. It was entered into the 1992 Cannes Film Festival.
Augustin is a 1995 French comedy film directed by Anne Fontaine. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival.
Augustin, King of Kung-Fu (original French title: Augustin, roi du Kung-fu) is a 1999 film, directed by Anne Fontaine.
A Day to Remember (French: Aujourd'hui peut-être...) is a 1991 French film directed by Jean-Louis Bertucelli starring Giulietta Masina.
Bad Company (Fr. Mauvaises fréquentations) is a 1999 French film starring Maud Forget and Lou Doillon. It is a romantic drama about two young students falling in love. The movie is written by Alain Layrac, and directed by Jean-Pierre Améris. A few scenes from this movie are featured in a music video by Lene Marlin for her song, Where I'm Headed.
Confessions d'un Barjo (known as Barjo for the English-language market) is a 1992 French film adaptation of Philip K. Dick's non-science fiction novel Confessions of a Crap Artist, originally written in 1959 and published in 1975, the only non-science fiction novel of Dick's to be published in his lifetime. The film was directed by Jérôme Boivin and written by Jacques Audiard and Jérôme Boivin, and stars Anne Brochet, Richard Bohringer and Hippolyte Girardot. "Barjo" translates as "nutcase," "nut job" or "crap artist".
Beau fixe (also known as Set Fare) is a 1992 French film directed by Christian Vincent, who co-wrote screenplay with Philippe Alard. The film tells the story of four female pre-med students, who revise for their final exams at a rented coastal resort during two weeks in the summer vacation. It was nominated for the César Award for Most Promising Actress (Isabelle Carré and Elsa Zylberstein).
Beaumarchais (French: Beaumarchais l'insolent) is a 1996 French biopic film directed by Édouard Molinaro and starring Fabrice Luchini, Manuel Blanc and Sandrine Kiberlain. It is based on the life of the French playwright, financier and spy Pierre Beaumarchais depicting his activities during the American War of Independence and his authorship of the Figaro trilogy of plays. It was adapted from a play by Sacha Guitry.
Belle maman is a 1999 comedic French film starring Catherine Deneuve, Line Renaud, Stephane Audran, Idris Elba and directed by Gabriel Aghion.
Betty is a French movie directed by Claude Chabrol based on the homonymous novel by Georges Simenon. It was first released in France in 1992.
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