Jeanne Labrune

Most Popular Jeanne Labrune Trailers

Total trailers found: 9

Vatel Trailer (2000)

01 May 2000

In 1671, with war brewing with Holland, a penniless prince invites Louis XIV to three days of festivities at a chateau in Chantilly.

Sand and Blood Trailer (1988)

26 May 1988

Bullfighting, music, medicine, change, and homoerotic possibilities mix in this study of friendship. Francisco is a bullfighter on his way up, so focused even sex doesn't hold his interest.

Tomorrow's Another Day Trailer (2000)

15 November 2000

Such an inconsequential event - the unfortunate purchase of a package of cling film - reveals the character and behavior of a small group of individuals caught up in the chaos of today's society.

Special Treatment Trailer (2010)

29 September 2010

Drawing some intriguing parallels between the work of the prostitute and that of the psychiatrist-both have clients, both charge for sessions, both take on roles that serve the needs, psychological or otherwise, of those they serve, Jeanne Labrune's drama stars Isabelle Huppert and Bouli Lanners as, respectively, Alice, a disaffected call girl and Xavier, a shrink with a crumbling domestic situation.

Sans un cri Trailer (1992)

18 March 1992

Pierre and his wife Anne had a good thing going together, until their son Nicolas was born. Anne traveled with him on all his long truck journeys, and they had frequent and passionate sex.

Special Delivery Trailer (2002)

11 December 2002

An unexpected phone call from a certain Kirsch sets off a crisis between Catherine and Raphaël that will affect all those around them, be they close friends or casual acquaintances.

Cause toujours! Trailer (2004)

28 July 2004

This way-offbeat comedy from Gallic director Jeanne Labrune concerns two young French women, best friends Léa and Jacinthe.

Beware of My Love Trailer (1998)

26 May 1998

Muriel, a writer nearing 50 whose older lover won't live with her in Paris, meets a man on a train - Samuel, an Arab.

La part de l'autre Trailer (1987)

24 July 1987

Festival de Cannes 1985