Danièle Delorme

  • Maurice Cloche – Prisons de femmes (1958)

    Alice Rémon, a pharmacist, is a prostitute who managed to leave the streets by getting married. Her husband dies one day, poisoned. Her mother-in-law, who hates her, accuses her of murder.Read More »

  • Jacqueline Audry – Minne, l’ingenue libertine (1950)

    Minne is a very imaginative young lady. She pretends to have had lovers and can’t think of anything better to do other than… to tell Antoine, her husband, the day she marries him. Bad beginning for the couple… As the marriage is not consummated for years, Minne feels frustrated and tries to find elsewhere the carnal knowledge she does not find at home. But Antoine is a kind-hearted man and on the occasion of a trip, a sexual balance is at last found between the two partners.
    – Written by Guy BellingerRead More »

  • Julien Duvivier – Voici le temps des assassins aka Deadlier than the male (1956)

    André Chatelin is a restaurant owner in Les Halles in Paris. One morning, a girl named Catherine asks to see him. She happens to be the daughter of his estranged wife, Gabrielle, that André left more than twenty years before. As Gabrielle has just died, André accepts to accommodate Catherine first, then gives her a job in his restaurant before finally marrying her. But the angel-faced young lady might well be a devil in disguise.Read More »

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