Jean Négroni

Most Popular Jean Négroni Trailers

Total trailers found: 9

La Jetée Trailer (1962)

16 February 1962

Time travel, still images, a past, present and future and the aftermath of World War III. The tale of a man, a slave, sent back and forth, in and out of time, to find a solution to the world’s fate.

Hunter Will Get You Trailer (1976)

01 February 1976

L'Alpagueur is a free-lance spy from the French secret agency. He's put on the investigation about L'epervier, a serial-killer who employs young boys to help him robbing banks before killing them.

The Queen of Spades Trailer (1965)

29 December 1965

A gambling countess comes by a secret three card combination that wins her a fortune, but she is allowed to use it only once and not gamble again.

Statues Also Die Trailer (1953)

01 May 1953

Short documentary ordered by the magazine "Présence Africaine". From the question "Why is the african in the Human museum while Greek or Egyptian art are in Le Louvre?", the two directors expose and criticise the lack of consideration for African art.

Enclosure Trailer (1961)

01 July 1961

Gatti focuses on two men in a German concentration camp who have been cruelly penned inside an enclosure.

La terreur et la vertu: Danton Trailer (1964)

10 October 1964

From November 1793 to April 1794, in order to reinforce the power of the Revolution, Robespierre strikes right and left.

Le Sourire Trailer (1960)

01 May 1960

In the year that Cannes Film Festival handed out awards to Federico Fellini for La Dolce Vita, L'Avventura by Michelangelo Antonioni, and Kagi by Kon Ichikawa -- 'Le Sourire' won the Palme d'Or for Best Short Film in 1960.

La terreur et la vertu: Robespierre Trailer (1964)

17 October 1964

From April to July 1794, Robespierre forms a triumvirate with Saint-Just and Couthon. He plans to instate his ideal based on virtue and in times of revolutionary crisis, on terror.

Bassae Trailer (1964)

01 January 1964

” I was interested by the fact that some old guy, after the Parthenon’s glamour, devoted himself in a much smaller temple, where there was no white marble, no nothing.