Most Popular Luc Moullet Trailers
Total trailers found: 30
Essai d'ouverture Trailer (1988)
01 January 1988
A man tries different ways to open a Coca Cola bottle.
01 January 1981
Film director Luc Moullet turns the camera on himself as he attempts to overcome his fear of large bodies of water and learn to swim.
31 December 1992
A travelogue of abandoned strip mining sites in France extolling their potential for recreational use.
29 March 1989
Paris, 1955. Guy, film critic of the Cahiers du Cinéma, often goes to see the films of Vittorio Cottafavi in a local cinema.
11 April 2012
Luc Moullet’s surprisingly tender look at Catherine Breillat, whose powerful explorations of female sexuality continue to divide audiences while they also gain admirers.
Toujours moins Trailer (2010)
02 January 2010
Less and Less, Luc Moullet’s 40th film, concerns development and expansion, from 1968 to 2010, of the devices based on computers, automats, interactive terminals and others that can be found everywhere.
Genèse d'un repas Trailer (1979)
01 February 1979
Bananas, eggs, and tuna: three basic foodstuffs with three wildly different points of origin. Moullet begins with these on his plate but constructs his film by working backwards and finding the sources for these items and how they reach our plates.
01 January 1996
Wonderful short by Moullet based on a Henry James short story.
La leçon de guitare Trailer (2006)
01 February 2006
A man with nothing to do all day decides to take guitar lessons. He falls for his music teacher’s flatmate who flirts with him slightly and even has the same name as the Serge Gainsbourg chanson he’s struggling to learn “Laetitia”.
Wrecked on Road 17 Trailer (2002)
29 May 2002
During the Gulf War, the paths of several groups of characters cross in France’s most desert-like region.
Chef d'oeuvre? Trailer (2010)
01 January 2010
A comic essay about the valiue of the short film.
Land of Madness Trailer (2009)
20 May 2009
Moullet explores the causes and consequences of cases of mental disorders that were especially numerous in the Southern Alps.
Death's Glamour Trailer (2007)
20 June 2007
Whilst seeking out locations in the South of France for his next film, director Luc Moullet comes across a male corpse.
13 June 2006
A tongue-in-cheek short by Luc Moullet, filmmaker and critic. Moullet was one of Godard's early friends and collaborators at the Cahiers du cinéma.
17 December 1966
Le litre de lait Trailer (2006)
01 January 2006
Going to buy milk from the farmer next-door can be a real drama.
The Smugglers Trailer (1968)
11 December 1968
Two young women leave claustrophobic city life behind and move to a small border town. There they meet a border guard, involved in smuggling to and from the country.
01 January 1995
An overcooked steak Trailer (1960)
01 January 1960
Luc Moullet's first short film.
Terres Noires Trailer (1961)
01 January 1961
Pseudo-ethnological documents about two villages which, without roads and electricity, "stopped exis"
Toujours Plus Trailer (1994)
01 January 1994
Today, supermarkets are being built where cinemas and churches used to be. Logical evolution as consumerism is the religion of the 20th century, supermarkets are the cathedrals of the future.
01 January 2001
A documentary about Luc Moullet and the mountainous locations that feature in his films
Foix Trailer (1994)
01 August 1994
Description of a small town
The Pig Trailer (1970)
01 January 1970
In the French countryside it's the day for peasants to kill a big fat pig. The slaughter goes on for a great part of the day as they work to store 140kg worth of meat.
Barres Trailer (1984)
31 December 1984
The 1984 short Barres celebrates the ingenious ways one can get onto the Paris Metro without paying.
A Girl Is a Gun Trailer (1971)
24 January 1971
Despite most Cahiers du cinéma critics admired many western authors, when they themselves became filmmakers few dared to overtly revisit that genre.
The Comedy of Work Trailer (1988)
02 March 1988
Sylvain Berg, a "professional" unemployed who spends his time hiking and mountain climbing, and "model" bank employee Benoît Constant, who has just been fired and does not want his wife to find out, both find themselves in Françoise Duru's office at an employment agency.
Up and Down Trailer (1993)
27 March 1993
A bicycle race is held every year in a pass of the Alps called Parpaillon. With the energy of a skillful cyclist perhaps as a great tribute to François, the mailman played by Tati in The Big Day, Moullet makes a comedy by pedaling at a pace that allows him to reinvent the possibilities of film gags.
L'empire de Médor Trailer (1986)
21 May 1986
L'empire de medor is a satirical voyage of discovery through the universe of the dog lover. By systematically scrutinising the industry that capitalises on the love for man's best friend, Moullet has made an absurdist film that shows how the love of animals has become a kind of surrogate religion for many people.
29 September 1976
A woman's feminist awakening drives an intellectual couple to a relationship crisis.