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  1. Dobermann

    Dobermann (1997)


    Dobermann (1997) is a French film directed by Jan Kounen starring Tchéky Karyo, Vincent Cassel and Monica Bellucci.

  2. Taxi

    Taxi (1998)


    Taxi is a 1998 French action-comedy film starring Samy Naceri, written by Luc Besson, and directed by Gérard Pirès.

  3. Criminal Lovers

    Criminal Lovers (1999)


    Criminal Lovers (French title: Les Amants Criminels) is a 1999 psychological thriller film by French director François Ozon.

  4. XXL

    XXL (1997)


    XXL is a 1997 French comedy directed by Ariel Zeitoun.

  5. Déjà mort

    Déjà mort (1998)


    Déjà mort is a 1998 French drama film directed by Olivier Dahan. It stars Romain Duris and David Bruce.

  6. Girl on the Bridge

    Girl on the Bridge (1999)


    Girl on the Bridge (French: La fille sur le pont) is a 1999 French film shot in black and white and directed by Patrice Leconte, starring Daniel Auteuil and Vanessa Paradis.

  7. Pola X

    Pola X (1999)


    Pola X is a 1999 French romantic drama film starring Guillaume Depardieu, Yekaterina Golubeva and Catherine Deneuve. The film is loosely based on the Herman Melville novel Pierre: or, The Ambiguities. It revolves around a successful young novelist who is confronted by a woman who claims to be his lost sister, and the two begin a romantic relationship. The film title is an acronym of the French title of the novel, Pierre ou les ambiguïtés, plus the Roman numeral "X" indicating the tenth draft version of the script that was used to make the film.

  8. Emmanuelle VI

    Emmanuelle VI (1993)


    Emmanuelle 7 (Emmanuelle au 7ème ciel) is a 1992 French softcore erotic movie directed by Francis Leroi, and starring Sylvia Kristel.

  9. Bámbola

    Bámbola (1996)


    Bambola (also spelled Bámbola) is a 1996 French-Spanish-Italian erotic melodrama film written and directed by Bigas Luna.

  10. Les cent et une nuits de Simon Cinéma

    Les cent et une nuits de Simon Cinéma (1995)


    One Hundred and One Nights (French: Les cent et une nuits de Simon Cinéma) is a 1995 French comedy film directed by Agnès Varda. It was entered into the 45th Berlin International Film Festival.

  11. Germinal

    Germinal (1993)


    Germinal is a 1993 French epic film based on the novel by Émile Zola. It was directed by Claude Berri, and stars Gérard Depardieu, Miou-Miou and Renaud. At the time it was the most expensive movie ever produced in France. The film had 6,161,776 admissions in France making it the 4th most attended film of the year.

  12. Sitcom

    Sitcom (1998)


    Sitcom is a 1998 French surrealistic satire film written and directed by François Ozon. The story documents the moral decline of a once esteemed suburban family, whose descent into degeneracy begins with the purchase of a small white rat.

  13. L'ennui

    L'ennui (1998)


    L'Ennui is a 1998 drama film directed by Cédric Kahn, starring Charles Berling and Sophie Guillemin. It follows the life of a bored philosopher as he becomes jealously obsessed with the much younger lover of a dead painter.

  14. Une femme française

    Une femme française (1995)


    A French Woman (French: Une femme française) is a 1995 French drama film directed by Régis Wargnier.

  15. Marcel Proust's Time Regained

    Marcel Proust's Time Regained (1999)


    Time Regained (French: Le Temps retrouvé) is a 1999 French drama film directed by the Chilean filmmaker Raúl Ruiz. It is an adaptation of the final volume of In Search of Lost Time by Marcel Proust. The plot is about the anonymous narrator of In Search of Lost Time who reflects on his past experiences while lying on his deathbed.

  16. À vendre

    À vendre (1998)


    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.

  17. Fogi is a Bastard

    Fogi is a Bastard (1998)


    F. est un salaud, (English title F. Is a Bastard or Fögi Is a Bastard, released in German as De Fögi isch en Souhund) is a 1998 French/Swiss film based upon the novel of the same name by Martin Frank. It was filmed in Zürich, Switzerland. The setting is the early 1970s, Zurich. The film was shown in 1999 at the Locarno Film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival, and the 1998 Toronto International Film Festival.

  18. Madame Bovary

    Madame Bovary (1991)


    Madame Bovary is a 1991 French film directed by Claude Chabrol and based on the novel Madame Bovary by the 19th century French author Gustave Flaubert. It was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film as well as for the Academy Award for Costume Design. It was also entered into the 17th Moscow International Film Festival where Isabelle Huppert won the award for Best Actress.

  19. Nostradamus

    Nostradamus (1994)


    Nostradamus is a 1994 biographical film about Nostradamus, directed by Roger Christian.

  20. Mina Tannenbaum

    Mina Tannenbaum (1994)


    Mina Tannenbaum is a 1994 French film written and directed by Martine Dugowson, her debut feature. It stars Romane Bohringer and Elsa Zylberstein.

  21. Le voleur d'enfants

    Le voleur d'enfants (1991)


    The Children Thief (French: Le Voleur d'enfants) is a 1991 French drama film directed by Christian de Chalonge.

  22. Guardian Angels

    Guardian Angels (1995)


    Les Anges gardiens (Guardian Angels) is a 1995 French film directed by Jean-Marie Poiré.

  23. Little Indian, Big City

    Little Indian, Big City (1994)


    Un indien dans la ville (An Indian in the city) is a 1994 French film by Hervé Palud. The film had a limited English language release under the title Little Indian, Big City.

  24. The Cherry Orchard

    The Cherry Orchard (1999)


    The Cherry Orchard is a 1999 drama film directed by Mihalis Kakogiannis and starring Charlotte Rampling, Alan Bates and Owen Teale. It was based on the 1904 play The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov. It was an English-language co-production between Cyprus, France and Germany.

  25. Belle maman

    Belle maman (1999)


    Belle maman is a 1999 comedic French film starring Catherine Deneuve, Line Renaud, Stephane Audran, Idris Elba and directed by Gabriel Aghion.

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