French comedies of the 80s
The eighties became an ambiguous period for French cinema. On the one hand, with the development of television, in particular, with the advent of Canal + in 1984, as well…

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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…

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Best Movies with Alain Delon
Acting at the dawn of his career as irresistible handsome men and women’s favorites, Alain Delon entered the history of cinema as an actor of predominantly gangster stories and exciting…

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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 of thirteen, Marceau did not interrupt her work, changing only genres, periodically turning to directing and writing scripts.

Cinema of Europe offers a list of Sophie Marceau’s fifteen most vivid films in cinema, which is easy to follow the busy career of France’s Most Desired Woman, as her compatriots often called her.

The Boom, 1980
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Italian comedies of 70-80s: good old funny movie

Italian films of the seventies and eighties went down in the history of cinema with their provocative piquant plots with funny characters that were loved by more than one generation of viewers around the world. CineWest offers a list of the brightest Italian comedies of this era – films that you can always watch and cheer yourself up.

Alfredo, Alfredo, 1972

Director: Pietro Germi
Cast: Dustin Hoffman, Stephanie Sandrelli, Carla Gravina, Clara Colosimo, Daniel Patella, Danica La Lodge, Saro Urzi, Luigi Bagetti, etc. Continue reading

The most romantic films: about love and not only

Romance is in the air, it is scattered with molecules that need to be put together and weave something inspiring from them. For example, a film about love or friendship, about relationships between people, about unexpected twists of fate that somehow lead to a happy end. Such films are light, funny, funny, they want to be reviewed again and again, because they give hope for a better and just good mood. “Cinema of Europe” offers you a list of 12 of the most romantic European films.

Amelie
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Contemporary Italian Actresses: Divas of Italy's New Cinema
In former times, Italian actresses were idols of viewers around the world, but today the situation has changed. Anyone who is not a passionate fan of contemporary Italian cinema is…

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Movies with Louis de Funes: a list of the best comedies
Comedies with Louis de Funes are loved by more than one generation of our viewers. This actor, while still being a pianist, became famous among the public, making funny grimaces…

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Young English actors: new Hollywood idols
Great Britain regularly lands in Hollywood: young British stars do not always become their own in American cinema, but they always bring not only a charming accent to films, but…

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Best Movies with Louis Garrell
Louis Garrel is deservedly called the face of modern French cinema. This charismatic Parisian with dark curls is especially organic in unhurried dramas about human relations with piercing dialogues. In…

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