My fave film of all time, the best scene is when Amelie skims stones on the Canal St-Martin. On a recent trip to Paris I went and did the same thing.
(2001) Starring:Audrey Tautou, Mathieu Kassovitz, Yolande Moreau Director:Jean-Pierre Jeunet Certificate:
When Montmartre-dwelling Amelie Poulain (Audrey Tautou) discovers a hidden collection of childhood toys in her apartment and conspires to return them to their now-elderly owner, the happiness on the old man's face is enough to start her on a campaign of further good works. Thus she sends her father'..read more »
The most beautiful shot sci-fi ever, Marc Caro is genius.
(2008) Starring:Dominique Pinon, Linh Dan Pham, Lambert Wilson Director:Marc Caro Certificate:
French sci-fi thriller set aboard Dante 01, a high-security prison ship and psychiatric research unit. Saint Georges (Lambert Wilson) is the sole survivor of an encounter with an alien force, and arrives at Dante 01 for psychiatric evaluation. Unfortunately, his horrifying alien encounter has left ..read more »
Futuristic, non stop sci-fi thriller with great fighting sequences and jumpy car crash
(2007) Starring:Alain Figlarz, Patrick Bauchau, Mélanie Thierry Director:Julien Leclercq Certificate:
French sci-fi thriller set in the year 2020. When a high-tech surgeon's daughter dies in a car accident, the grieving surgeon is able to bring her back to life using advanced technology. Unfortunately, the surgery requires her daughter's dreams and memories to be manipulated. Meanwhile, police ..read more »
you really warm to the characters, this is a romantic film for those who dont like romantic films
(2005) Starring:Jamel Debbouze, Serge Riaboukine, Gilbert Melki Director:Luc Besson Certificate: Watch now: Included in all packages with LOVEFiLM Instant
Luc Besson directs an uncharacteristically minimalist tale of a hustler and an angel. Andre (Jamel Debbouze), a young Parisian hustler, has run out of luck. He's broke and in debt to his neck and his one hope - a win on the US green card lottery, has fallen through due to an unforeseen loophole. ..read more »
The most relaxing film I own, the true beauty of this planet is the ocean
(1993) Director:Luc Besson Certificate:
Luc Besson (director of 'Leon', 'The Fifth Element' and 'Nikita') turns his lens to one of his biggest passions - the underwater world. His ocean-spanning 'Marine Opera' chronicles the diversity of the planet's marine life, and was filmed in the Seychelles, the North Pole, the Red Sea and the Great ..read more »