List of French films of 1975

A list of films produced in France in 1975.

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
Aloïse Liliane de Kermadec Delphine Seyrig, Isabelle Huppert, Michel Lonsdale Drama [1][2]
The Babysitter René Clément Maria Schneider, Sydne Rome, Robert Vaughn Crime French–Italian–West German co-production[3][4]
La bête Walerian Borowczyk Sirpa Lane, Lisbeth Hummel, Elizabeth Kaza Fantasy [5]
Black Moon Louis Malle Cathryn Harrison, Therese Giehse, Joe Dallesandro Avant-garde, fantasy, science fiction [6][7][8]
Bons Baisers de Hong Kong Yvan Chiffre Les Charlots, Mickey Rooney Comedy [9]
Le Chat et la souris Claude Lelouch Michèle Morgan, Serge Reggiani, Philippe Léotard Mystery [10]
Cher Victor Robin Davis Bernard Blier, Jacques Dufilho, Alida Valli Drama [11]
Cousin Cousine Jean-Charles Tacchella Marie-Christine Barrault, Victor Lanoux, Marie-France Pisier Comedy, romance [12]
Emmanuelle 2 Francis Giacobetti Sylvia Kristel, Umberto Orsini, Catherine Rivet Adult [13]
Flic Story Jacques Deray Alain Delon, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Renato Salvatori Thriller French-Italian co-production[14]
Les Galettes de Pont Aven Joel Seria Jean-Pierre Marielle, Bernard Fresson, Jeanne Goupil Comedy French–Italian co-production[15]
A Genius, Two Partners and a Dupe Damiano Damiani Miou-Miou, Robert Charlebois, Patrick McGoohan Western Italian–French–West German co-production[16][17]
Incorrigible Philippe de Broca Jean-Paul Belmondo, Geneviève Bujold, Julien Guiomar Comedy [18]
India Song Marguerite Duras Delphine Seyrig, Michel Lonsdale, Mathieu Carrière Avant-garde [19]
Innocents with Dirty Hands Claude Chabrol Rod Steiger, Romy Schneider, Paolo Giusti Thriller French–Italian–West German co-production[20]
Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris Denis Héroux Mort Shuman, Elly Stone, Joe Masiell Canadian-French co-production[21][22]
Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles Chantal Akerman Delphine Seyrig, Jan Decorte, Chantal Akerman Avant-garde Belgian–French co-production[23]
Jeu Avec Le Feu Alain Robbe-Grillet Jean-Louis Trintignant, Philippe Noiret, Anicée Alvina Avant-garde, comedy, mystery [24]
L'important c'est d'aimer Andrzej Żuławski Romy Schneider, Fabio Testi Jacques Dutronc Romance, drama French–Italian–West German co-production[25]
Let Joy Reign Supreme Bertrand Tavernier Philippe Noiret, Jean Rochefort, Jean-Pierre Marielle Historical film [26]
Lévres de Sang Jean Rollin Jean-Loup Philippe, Annie Belle, Nathalie Perrey [27]
Lily, aime-moi Maurice Dugowson Rufus, Jean-Michel Folon, Patrick Dewaere Drama [28]
Numéro Deux Jean-Luc Godard Sandrine Battistella, Pierre Oudrey, Alexandre Rignault Avant-garde film [29]
Peur sur la ville Henri Verneuil Jean-Paul Belmondo, Charles Denner, Adalberto Maria Merli Thriller French–Italian co-production[30]
Pleasure Party Claude Chabrol Paul Gégauff, Danielle Gégauff, Clemence Gégauff Drama French–Italian co-production[31]
Raging Fists Éric Le Hung Tony Gatlif, Marie-Georges Pascal, Philippe Lavot Crime [32]
Le Sauvage Jean-Paul Rappeneau Yves Montand, Catherine Deneuve, Luigi Vannucchi Adventure, comedy French–Italian co-production[33]
Section spéciale Costa Gavras Louis Seigner, Michel Lonsdale, François Maistre Drama French–Italian–West German co-production[34]
The Story of Adele H. François Truffaut Isabelle Adjani, Bruce Robinson, Sylvia Marriott Drama [35]
The Story of O Just Jaeckin Corinne Clery, Udo Kier, Anthony Steel Drama [36]
Tarzoon: Shame of the Jungle Boris Szulzinger, Michel Gast, Picha Adventure, comedy Belgian–French co-production[37]
Le vieux fusil Robert Enrico Philippe Noiret, Romy Schneider Drama [38]
Zorro Duccio Tessari Alain Delon, Stanley Baker, Moustache Adventure Italian–French co-production[39]

Notes

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • 1970s film at Filmsdefrance.com
  • Films by year at Cinema-francais.fr
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