Tag Archives: Jean-Claude Bouillon

Roger Vadim – Hellé (1972)

Haute-Savoie, 1951. Hellé is a young deaf-mute living among the mountains. She’s ignored by everyone except, now and then, the local woodsmen, who use her for their pleasure. She has no education, no knowledge of right or wrong. One summer, a young man comes to spend the holidays in her village… Read More »

José Giovanni – Un aller simple AKA One Way Ticket (1971)

A small-time criminal wants to give up his life of crime. He performs a robbery with a friend, with similar feelings, and things go sour. Read More »