The Silent World (1956)

JACQUES-YVES COUSTEAU, LOUIS MALLE Bil’s rating (out of 5): BBBB.5 Original Title: Le monde du silence France/Italy, 1956. FSJYC Production, Requins Associés, Société Filmad, Titanus. Screenplay by Jacques-Yves Cousteau. Cinematography by Philippe Agostini, Louis Malle. Produced by Marcel Ichac. Music by Yves Baudrier. Film Editing by Georges Alépée. Louis Malle collaborated with oceanographer and famed…

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Le Jour Se Leve (1939)

MARCEL CARNE Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBBB.  Alternate title:  Daybreak France, 1939.  Productions Sigma.  Original scenario by Jacques Viot, dialogue by Jacques Prevert.  Cinematography by Philippe Agostini, Andre Bac, Albert Viguier.  Produced by Jean-Pierre Frogerais.  Music by Maurice Jaubert.  Production Design by Alexandre Trauner.  Costume Design by Boris Bilinsky.  Film Editing by Rene Le Haneff.   A shot is heard, a man stumbles out an…

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Le Plaisir (1952)

MAX OPHULS Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBB.  France, 1952.  Compagnie Commerciale Française Cinématographique, Stera Films.  Adaptation by Jacques Natanson, Max Ophuls, Dialogue by Jacques Natanson, based on stories by Guy de Maupassant.  Cinematography by Philippe Agostini, Christian Matras.  Produced by Edouard Harispuru, M. Kieffer.  Music by Joe Hajos.  Production Design by Jean d’Eaubonne.  Costume Design by Georges Annenkov.  Film Editing by Leonide Azar.  …

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Rififi (1955)

JULES DASSIN Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBBBB.  Original title:  Du Rififi Chez Les Hommes France, 1955.  Pathe Consortium Cinema, IndusFilms, Societe Nouvelle Pathe Cinema, Primafilm.  Screenplay by Jules Dassin, dialogue by Auguste Le Breton, in collaboration with Rene Wheeler, based on the novel Du Rififi Chez Les Hommes by Auguste Le Breton.  Cinematography by Philippe Agostini.  Produced by Rene Bezard, Henri…

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Les Dames Du Bois De Boulogne (1945)

ROBERT BRESSON Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBBB.  France, 1945.  Les Films Raoul Ploquin.  Scenario and adaptation by Robert Bresspn, dialogue by Jean Cocteau, based on the story Jacques Le Fataliste et Son Maitre by Denis Diderot.  Cinematography by Philippe Agostini.  Produced by Raoul Ploquin.  Music by Jean-Jacques Grunenwald.  Production Design by Max Douy, Robert Lavallee.  Costume Design by Gres, Schiaparelli.  Film Editing by Jean…

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