Product Tag - Jane Birkin

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    I'm Losing My Temper (1974)

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    I’m Losing My Temper (1974)

    Pierre is a clumsy, overly serious math teacher at an all-girls high school. His life is thrown into chaos after encountering a beautiful British actress and the paparazzi that follow her around.

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    The Woman of My Life (1986)

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    The Woman of My Life (1986)

    Simon, a famous violinist in a symphonic orchestra, becomes a drunkard, he is abandoned by his wife and he is not able to play any more. One night he gets lost on his way back home and meets Pierre a man who has gone through his same experience. Pierre takes Simon to his house by the sea and helps him to kick his habit.

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    Keep Your Right Up (1987)

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    Keep Your Right Up (1987)

    This film is made up several sketches in which certain actors play several real or fictional roles to a background of rock music. The lead character, played by Godard himself, is an annoyingly perfectionist film-maker determined to wring every last drop of the finest performance possible from his stars.

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    Jane B. by Agnès V. (1988)

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    Jane B. by Agnès V. (1988)

    A portrait of actress Jane Birkin.

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    This Is My Body (2001)

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    This Is My Body (2001)

    Gifted student Antoine goes against his family’s wishes and accepts the lead role in a controversial director’s film. He learns that the role had previously been offered to a young man who committed suicide after an on-set affair – and events conspire to draw Antoine towards the same lover.

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    A Hell of a Day (2001)

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    A Hell of a Day (2001)

    Some days turn out to be simply unforgettable. For Marie, it all starts with a pregnancy test… that proves positive, a car accident and being fired from her job… For Hortense, mobile phone in hand, the frantic quest for sexual satisfaction begins in a traffic jam… For both Luis and Maurice, the unexpected appearance of a loved one pitches them into a world of dreams and nightmares. While some of the characters know each other, others come into contact by chance. One woman profits from all this, the other is shattered. One will have gone looking for trouble, the other will have asked for nothing. There’ll be no fatalities.

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    Melody (1971)

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    Melody (1971)

    Although Gainsbourg and Birkin had appeared in a string of films since their magnetic collision in Pierre Grimblat’s Slogan, Melody was a bit of diversion from their collaborations since it’s a series of interwoven videos inspired by the Gainsbourgalbum. For ’71 it’s a novel concept to bring visual life to an LP, but even more surprising are the short film’s amazing visuals that director Averty crafted using a wealth of video filters, overlays, camera movements and chroma key effects. Averty applies these in tandem with the increasing tone of Gainsbourg’s songs, which more or less chronicle an older man’s affair with a young girl. Each song is comprised of steady, sometimes brooding poetic delivery, with refrains timed to the phrase repeats of each song, while Alan Parker’s buzzing guitar accompanies and wiggles around Gainsbourg’s resonant voice. The bass is fat and groovy, the drums easy but steady, and the periodic use of strings or rich vibrato makes this short a sultry little gem.

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    Seduction Squad (1972)

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    Seduction Squad (1972)

    Jane Birkin, Bernadette Lafont, Elisabeth Wiener and Emma Cohen are 4 pretty girls rooming together. After witnessing and accidentally helping several thugs get away with a heist, the women notice through their telescope that the stolen loot is in the apartment right across the street! They plan their own burglary of the already stolen loot in this lighthearted caper comedy with a bit of nudity! Serge Gainsbourg did the bouncy score.

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    Lest We Forget (1991)

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    Lest We Forget (1991)

    Contre l’Oubli (Against Oblivion) is a compilation of 30 French filmmakers, Alain Resnais and Jean Luc Godard among them, who use film to make a plea on behalf of a political prisoner. Jean Luc Godard and Anne Marie Mieville’s film concerns the plight of Thomas Wanggai, West Papuan activist who has since died in prison. The short films were commissioned by Amnesty International.

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    Death on the Nile: Making of Featurette

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    Death on the Nile: Making of Featurette

    Featurette documenting the making of the film “Death On The Nile”.

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    Je t'aime moi non plus

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    Je t’aime moi non plus

    A waitress with boyish looks and the gay driver of a garbage truck fall in love.

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