The best films of Sophie Marceau
The filmography of Sophie Marceau has more than four dozen films in which she starred in more than thirty years of her career. Arriving at the cinema at the age…

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Young actors of new French cinema
We present a list of 20 actors whose names you most often see in central roles in contemporary French films. Most of the men on the list are rising stars…

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15 German comedies to watch
The phrase “German comedies” alone causes a scornful or skeptical chuckle for many. Germany is a country with a rich cinematic tradition, but its comedies are usually popular with violent…

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Young and beautiful: actresses of the new French cinema

When it comes to French actresses, most of us recall the names of legendary women who left their mark on cinema several decades ago. But cinema is changing, new directors are making new films with new actresses who create the face of modern French cinema. We present a list and photos of the most striking of them.

Lea Seydoux
Born July 1, 1985 in Paris.

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Bald but beautiful: 15 actresses who were not afraid to stay without hair

Femininity is not equal to long flowing curls and lush soft curls. Many famous women have proven that you can shave bald or very short, but still feel confident. Almost all of them did it for roles, but they had to live in a new image for some time in real life.

Introducing 15 actresses who shaved bald or made a very short hedgehog haircut.

Natalie Portman
The most famous Hollywood beauty, who not only shaved for the film, but did it in front of the camera, and the moment entered the cinema. Would you like to see? See “V for Vendetta.”

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French comedies of the 70s

The New Wave, which covered French cinema in the late fifties, began to crowd in the sixties and gradually make way for an entertainment genre. Along with intelligent cinema, eccentric comedies, which have become the cultural value and pride of French cinema, have occupied their strong niche.

The era of classic French comedies began as early as the sixties, when one by one the pictures of Gerard Uri began to appear, giving the world “Open” in 1965 and “Great Walk” a year later. Louis de Funes and Bourville, who starred in both films, have become symbols of the new national cinema and remain to this day. Later they will hand over the baton to Kolyush, Pierre Richard, Christian Clavier and other actors who will be filming with Francis Weber, Claude Zidi, Patrice Leconte, Philippe de Brock. Continue reading

Films about treason: male and female adultery in the cinema
The betrayal of a wife or husband often becomes the topic around which the plot of a quivering love melodrama, a heartbreaking drama or an exciting thriller revolves. These films…

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Alan Rickman
Alan Sidney Patrick Rickman was born on February 21, 1946 in the city of Hammersmith near London in the family of an ordinary factory worker and housewife. At 8 years…

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Crazy Talents: 10 actors who played flawlessly flawlessly
Reliably playing madness is a sign of genuine acting talent, which is why actors for the role of heroes with mental disabilities win the Oscars and other film awards. We…

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Cover girls: actresses who worked as models
The path from the podium to the screen has always been considered a classic of show business. However, if some girls remain “models invited to the movies”, others become and…

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