From Claude Sautet to André Téchiné, Bertrand Blier, Jacques Doillon or, of course, Bertrand Tavernier, with whom he collaborated many times, the composer Philippe Sarde has accompanied five decades of French cinema, and delivered some of the most striking, moving and emblematic scores of the second half of the 20th century.
Meet Philippe Sarde
Comédie Odéon Tue 12 11am
The Things of Life by Claude Sautet (Les Choses de la vie, 1970, 1h25)
The victim of a road accident, a man is lying on the road next to his car. Paralysed but conscious, he recalls moments of his life... A deeply moving classic of French cinema starring Michel Piccoli and Romy Schneider.
Pathé Bellecour Sun 10 2:30pm | Comœdia Mon 11 4:15pm | UGC Astoria Fri 15 8pm
The Clockmaker of St. Paul/The Watchmaker of St Paul by Bertrand Tavernier (L’Horloger de Saint Paul, 1973, 1h45)
A man who lives an uneventful, rather detached existence learns that his son is wanted by the police for murder. He decides to accept the act and support his son... A work of emotional finesse, Bertrand Tavernier's first feature film was shot in Lyon and stars Philippe Noiret, Jean Rochefort and Christine Pascal.
Lumière Institute Sun 10 10:45am | UGC Confluence Mon 11 2:30pm | Cinéma Bellecombe Wed 13 8pm | UGC Confluence Sun 17 2:30pm
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