The French actor, with a filmography comprising over 150 works, will present the film he made in collaboration with director Alain Cavalier : Un étrange voyage.
Un étrange voyage by Alain Cavalier (1981, 1:40)
Pierre (Jean Rochefort) awaits his mother on the station platform, but she does not descend from the train. He goes looking for her, accompanied by his daughter Amelia. A film of a grand humility and restrained emotions.
Institut Lumière Sat. 5:15pm
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, First Blood (Rambo) and Ghostbusters: grave-robbing killers, a war hero and ghosts… three radically different themes, three films that have stood the test of time to become cinema classics.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre by Tobe Hooper (1974, 1:24)
Five teenagers heading for a vacation drive past a desecrated cemetery in Texas where corpses are exposed. One of the most famous horror movies of all time, based on a macabre crime painting a frightening portrait of the American heartland.
No under 16 years.
UGC Cité Internationale Wed. 8:30pm | Pathé Cordeliers Thu. 8pm
First Blood by Ted Kotcheff (1982, 1:33)
John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone), a hero of the Vietnam War, has gone wandering from town to town since his return... A pure action film with blood and the primal scream of energy. The cult blockbuster of a generation.
Institut Lumière Wed. 10:45pm
Ghostbusters by Ivan Reitman (1984, 1:45)
In New York, three friends (Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis) create Ghostbusters, the first company able to capture ghosts! An off-the-wall comedy, known at the time for its special effects.
Pathé Cordeliers Tue. 8:30pm | Pathé Bellecour Wed. 2:15pm | CNP Fri. 3pm
Lumière 2014 salutes the DVD/Blu-ray release of Reflections in a Golden Eye and Fat City by John Huston, the theater re-release of Mr. Klein by Joseph Losey and The Old Gun by Robert Enrico.
Reflections in a Golden Eye by John Huston (1967, 1:48)
In a military fort, desire, physical attraction and repulsion... starring Marlon Brando and Elizabeth Taylor, in a poisonous masterpiece behind closed doors, with sensuality and macabre humor.
Villa Lumière Sat. 5:30pm
Fat City by John Huston (1972, 1:36)
Billy tries to return to the ring after a slump and then meets a young boxer (Jeff Bridges)... The world of boxing from the inside and a portrait of an America on the edge in this poignant film about friendship.
Villa Lumière Tue. 3:30pm
The Old Gun by Robert Enrico (1975, 1:38)
In 1944, a surgeon (Philippe Noiret) hides away his wife (Romy Schneider) and his daughter from the Nazis. When he joins them, a heavy silence ensues... A story of revenge, combining emotion and savagery, with two superb actors.
Cinéma Opéra Tue. 5:30pm | UGC Astoria Thu. 8:30pm | Pathé Bellecour Sat. 7:30pm
Mr. Klein by Joseph Losey (1976, 2:03)
Unscrupulous Mr. Klein does business under the Occupation. Mistaken for another Klein (Jewish and a resistant), he must prove himself... A film about identity and guilt, with Alain Delon in one of his best roles.
CNP Tue. 3pm | Comœdia Wed.10:30am | Pathé Bellecour Fri. 2:30pm
Axel Brücker returns to the festival, delving into the 25,000 trailers of his Trailers Museum to present an explosive program.
A program prepared and presented by Axel Brücker (1:20)
Stories of the trailer, the teaser. A montage of trailers that have nothing to do with the film, and yet…
Pathé Bellecour Tue. 9:45pm | Comœdia Wed. 9:45pm
The Search by Michel Hazanavicius (2014, 2:14)
In the presence of the Michel Hazanavicius and Bérénice Bejo
UGC Confluence Sat. 6pm
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