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Place Vendome
If you're looking for Parisian bijoux, head to Place Vendôme. The historic square, with its 18th-century architecture and carefully designed facades, is the heart of the city's haute couture jewelry...
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Film Review  March 2, 2001, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: Nicole Garcia. Starring: Francois Berleand, Bernard Fresson, Jacques Dutronc, Jean-Pierre Bacri, Emmanuelle Seigner and Catherine Deneuve..."

Repulsion
Polanski and Deneuve's depiction of a young woman's dissolution into madness is one of the most harrowing mental descents ever depicted onscreen.
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Film Review  November 21, 1997, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: Roman Polanski. Starring: Catherine Deneuve, Ian Hendry and John Fraser..."

The Convent
The Convent is the first international venture by the 87-year-old Portuguese director Manoel de Oliveira (Valley of Abraham), whose film career stretches back to the silent era. Catherine Deneuve and...
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Film Review  March 1, 1996, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: Manoel de Oliveira. Starring: Catherine Deneuve, John Malkovich, Luis Miguel Cintra, Leonor Silveira, Duarte D'Almeida and Heloisa Miranda..."

Belle de Jour
One of master director Luis Buñuel's most wry and elegant films, the tale of the beautiful young bride of a prosperous doctor who spends her days working in a Parisian...
Film Review  September 1, 1995, by Robert Faires
"...Directed by: Luis Buñuel. Starring: Catherine Deneuve, Genevieve Page, Jean Sorel and Michel Piccoli..."

Cruel Intentions
In its fourth film rendition, Les Liaisons Dangereuses is adapted for the high-school set.
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Film Review  March 5, 1999, by Marc Savlov
"...The flagrant one-dimensionality of Annette -- she's so chaste she's actually won an award in Seventeen with an essay on the importance of purity -- grates maddeningly; by the time she finally has it out with Valmont you're ready to slap her silly. Apart from Blair's riotous performance, the only other inspired work comes from the lavish production design by Jon Gary Steele, who surrounds the cast with lush, toney baronial halls and outfits that call to mind a pair of the Valmonts' film predecessors -- Catherine Deneuve and David Bowie's vampiric society bloodsuckers in The Hunger..."

Femme Douce, Une
Bresson's 1969 film is reportedly one of his best. It must also be one of his most unusual since it was shot in color and stars a professional actress, the...
Film Review  September 29, 1995, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Bresson's 1969 film is reportedly one of his best. It must also be one of his most unusual since it was shot in color and stars a professional actress, the young Catherine Deneuve...."

The Midwife
Two screen legends deliver in a mildly sappy drama
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Film Review  September 15, 2017, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: Martin Provost. Starring: Catherine Deneuve, Catherine Frot, Olivier Gourmet, Quentin Dolmaire, Mylène Demongeot, Pauline Etienne, Pauline Parigot, Marie Gili-Pierre and Audrey Dana...."

On My Way
In this road movie, Catherine Deneuve plays a Frenchwoman having an existential crisis on wheels.
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Film Review  May 2, 2014, by Josh Kupecki
"...Directed by: Emmanuelle Bercot. Starring: Catherine Deneuve, Nemo Schiffman, Camille Dalmais, Gérard Garouste, Hafsia Herzi and Paul Hamy...."

Ma Saison Préférée
The 1993 French film Ma Saison Préférée is a small, subtle film about family relationships. Essentially, the story investigates the manner in which two estranged middle-aged siblings, Emilie (Deneuve) and...
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Film Review  September 20, 1996, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: André Téchiné. Starring: Catherine Deneuve, Daniel Auteuil, Marthe Villalonga, Jean-Pierre Bouvier, Chiara Mastroianni, Carmen Chaplin and Anthony Prada..."

Indochine
In the last year or so, French cinema has taken a retrospective look at its country's colonial legacy in Southeast Asia through such films as The Lover and (the not-yet...
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Film Review  March 26, 1993, by Pamela Bruce
"...Directed by: Regis Wargnier. Starring: Catherine Deneuve, Henri Marteau, Vincent Perez, Linh Dan Pham and Jean Yanne..."

Potiche
Catherine Deneuve stars in this French comedy set in 1977 about a trophy wife.
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Film Review  April 22, 2011, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: François Ozon. Starring: Catherine Deneuve, Gérard Depardieu, Judith Godrèche, Jérémie Renier, Fabrice Luchini and Karin Viard..."

In the Name of My Daughter
The Affaire Le Roux, a famous missing-person case, is the subject of this French drama
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Film Review  May 22, 2015, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: André Téchiné. Starring: Catherine Deneuve, Guillaume Canet, Adèle Haenel, Judith Chemla, Mauro Conte and Jean Corso...."

Pola X
Carax's follow-up to The Lovers on the Bridge is based on Herman Melville's novel Pierre, or the Ambiguities, and is rich in images and ideas. A man who shuffles between the houses of his mother and fiancée becomes involved with a woman who says she is his illegitimate sister.
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Film Review  October 27, 2000, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: Leos Carax. Starring: Guillaume Depardieu, Katerina Golubeva, Catherine Deneuve, Delphine Chuillot, Petruta Catana, Mihaella Silaghi and Laurent Lucas..."

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
This cinematic pop opera is a disorienting, strange experience at first – every word is sung, even the most banal of dialogue. The simple yet sophisticated French film tells the story of two star-crossed lovers, a 16-year-old shopgirl and her gas-station attendant sweetheart, without any apology for the unashamedly romantic heart.
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Film Review  July 19, 1996, by Steve Davis
"...Directed by: Jacques Demy. Starring: Catherine Deneuve, Nino Castelnuovo, Anne Vernon, Marc Michel and Ellen Farner..."

Catherine Deneuve: 5-Film Collection
Sophia Loren: 4-Film Collection

Lions Gate lionizes two icons – one French, one Italian – in two new collections
Screens Review  June 20, 2008, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Catherine Deneuve: 5-Film CollectionLions Gate, $39.98 Sophia Loren: 4-Film CollectionLions Gate, $39.98..."

Screamlines
Screens Story  October 30, 1998
"...D: Tony Scott (1983) w/Catherine Deneuve, Susan Sarandon, David Bowie, Cliff DeYoung, Dan Hedaya..."

Donkey Skin
In 1694, three years prior to ‘Tales of Mother Goose,’ which set into print folkloric hand-me-downs ‘Cinderella,’ ‘Puss in Boots,’ and ‘Little Red Riding Hood,’ Charles Perrault donned “Donkey Skin.” Three hundred years later, Jacques Demy adapted it.
Screens Review  May 20, 2005, by Raoul Hernandez
"...Hearing French schoolchildren titter over this particular plot point in another DVD bonus smacks of Demy's restorationist widow, Agnes Varda, a cinematic jewel in her own right. (Look for Jim Morrison lounging on the film's set in an excerpt from Varda's tantalizing The World of Jacques Demy.) The king's other prize booty is Catherine Deneuve, playing both the dying queen who forces from her mate a death-bed vow to marry only someone as radiant as she, and also the couple's sole offspring..."

La Chamade (Heartbeat)
Catherine Deneuve. Assez dit, n'est-ce pas?
Screens Review  March 19, 2004, by Raoul Hernandez
"...It's a numbers game complicated by the language barrier. Parisian face for the ages and gifted actress Catherine Deneuve has appeared in some 90 films since the dawn of the Sixties, and if you were a video store, you could only lay your hands on about 30 of those..."

The Hunger
Catherine Deneuve and David Bowie play vampires here, although director Tony Scott keeps the movie's emphasis on stylish vamp – for instance, that bedroom sex romp between Deneuve and Sarandon....
Film Review  August 15, 2001, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: Tony Scott. Starring: Catherine Deneuve, David Bowie, Susan Sarandon, Cliff DeYoung, Beth Ehlers and Dan Hedaya..."

The Chaos of Eros
Isabel Coixet's 'Elegy' for a dying animal
Screens Story  August 22, 2008, by Raoul Hernandez
"...AC: A recent review of a Catherine Deneuve DVD set stated that she was essentially playing the most beautiful woman in the world in all her films. You couldn't just pretend she's not beautiful..."

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