Tag Archives: Claude Miller

Claude Miller – Camille ou La comédie catastrophique (1971)

Camille invites some soldiers to spend a Sunday in the country with her. When they arrive, they find that something is amiss. Read More »

Claude Miller – La question ordinaire (1969)

Chains, a hook, white walls. A young woman came to film a man who is tortured … A relentless indictment. Read More »

Claude Miller – Juliet dans Paris (1967)

A young student, alone in Paris, is engaged in strange and bloody experiences of which she is both the authorizer and the victim. Read More »

Claude Miller – La Classe de neige AKA Class Trip (1998)

Synopsis:
Nicolas is an insecure child plagued by visions of disasters and horrible accidents. His peers tease him, and his teachers are frustrated by his lack of social skiills. Nicolas disconnects from the world around him, inhabiting his own friendless, nightmarish realm. On a class trip to a ski resort, Hadkann, the class bully, befriends Nicolas and becomes intrigued by his dreams. As the line between reality and hallucination blurs Nicolas’s visions begin to come true when police find a dead child in the woods, murdered and mutilated. Nicolas knows there is a connection between this crime and his visions, and with Hadkann’s help, he sets out to find it. Read More »

Claude Miller – Thérèse Desqueyroux (2012)

The unhappily married woman struggles to break free from social pressures and her boring suburban setting. Read More »