Most Popular Roger Planchon Trailers
Total trailers found: 11
A Man Escaped Trailer (1956)
11 November 1956
French Resistance activist Andre Devigny is imprisoned by the Nazis, and devotes his waking hours to planning an elaborate escape.
I as in Icarus Trailer (1979)
12 December 1979
The film's plot is based on the Kennedy assassination and subsequent investigation. The film begins with the assassination of President Marc Jarry, who is about to be inaugurated for a second six-year term of office.
12 May 1982
During the medieval times, Martin Guerre returns to his hometown in the middle of France, after being away in the war since he was a child.
L'année de l'éveil Trailer (1991)
16 April 1991
A sensitive, 14 year old orphan in a military school learns about life and love from his classmates and teachers.
Camille Claudel Trailer (1988)
07 December 1988
The life of Camille Claudel, a french scupltor who becomes the apprentice of Auguste Rodin and later his lover.
Lautrec Trailer (1998)
09 September 1998
The life of Henri de Toulouse Lautrec, famous french painter, who lived, enjoyed, loved in the late 1800s Paris' Montmartre cultural life.
The Seventh Target Trailer (1984)
19 December 1984
Bastien Grimaldy, a man driven to heightened anxiety as the plot against him begins to take effect. Bastien's personal relationships give him enough cause for anxiety -- between his new lover Laura and a feisty mother, life provides its own insecurities.
Dossier 51 Trailer (1978)
30 August 1978
French diplomat Dominique Auphal is put under surveillance by an unnamed secret service. They wish to find a weakness in his life in order to control him politically.
Radio Corbeau Trailer (1989)
01 February 1989
This fast-paced mystery is in part based on a novel by Yves Ellena and is at least equally based on the 1943 classic Le Corbeau, which in 1951 was produced in English by Otto Preminger as The Thirteenth Letter.
Celluloid and Marble Trailer (1966)
03 February 1966
Celluloid and Marble is based on Rohmer's own articles published in "Cahiers du cinéma", discussing film in relation to the other arts, maintaining that, in an age of cultural self-consciousness, cinema was “the last refuge of poetry” - the only contemporary art form from which metaphor could still spring naturally and spontaneously.
A Strange Passion Trailer (1984)
21 November 1984
French film based on the story Der Findling by german author Heinrich von Kleist.