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Georges Simenon

Georges Simenon



The Blue Room (2014)


The Man from London (2009)

The film concerns a middle-aged railway pointsman, Maloin (Miroslav Krobot), who lives in a decrepit apartment in a port town with his highly-strung wife Camélia (Tilda Swinton) and his daughter Henriette (Erika Bók). One night while in his viewing tower at the port's rail terminus, Maloin witnes...

French California (2006)

French California (French: La Californie) is a 2006 French film directed and written by Jacques Fieschi, based on short story by Georges Simenon. It was nominated for César Awards for Best Supporting Actress (Mylène Demongeot) and Most Promising Actor (Radivoje Bukvic). It was screened in the Un ...

Feux rouges (2004)

Red Lights (French: Feux rouges) is a 2004 French thriller film directed by Cédric Kahn. Critical reaction to the film was positive when released. New York Times reviewer Stephen Holden called the film a "brilliant, sinister French thriller". The film stars Jean-Pierre Darroussin and Carole Bouqu...

In All Innocence (1998)

High-profile lawyer Michel takes on the defence of a young and pretty small-time thief, Cécile, after the botched hold-up of a jewellery shop. As predicted by his elegant art-dealer and sculptress wife Viviane, Michel goes well beyond his brief, jeopardising his career and ruining his marriage of...

Betty (1992)

Betty (Marie Trintignant), a young alcoholic woman, is caught cold while cheating on her bourgeois husband. Wasting no time, he and his family arrange a quick divorce settlement, ousting her from home and keeping her away from the two children the couple have. One night she ends up in a restauran...

Monsieur Hire (1990)

A misanthropic voyeuristic tailor, Monsieur Hire, spies on his gorgeous neighbour from across the street. This takes place in the backdrop of another plot, the unsolved murder of a local young woman. Monsieur Hire is hounded by a detective investigating the murder and is also eventually noticed b...

The Hatter's Ghost (1982)

A hatter in a provincial town (Michel Serrault) leads the life of a respectable citizen but is in fact a serial murderer. The only person to suspect this is his neighbour the tailor (Charles Aznavour). After the hatter kills his own wife, he then kills six of her friends and prepares to murder a ...

Les Anneaux de Bicêtre (1977)

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The Clockmaker (1974)

The Clockmaker (French: L' Horloger de Saint-Paul, also known as The Clockmaker of St. Paul and The Watchmaker of St. Paul is a 1974 French crime drama film directed by Bertrand Tavernier. It is based on the novel L'Horloger d'Everton by Georges Simenon. The film was entered into the 24th Berlin ...

The Train (1973)

In may 1940 Julien is fleeing from the advancing Nazis with his wife and a child. On the train, his wife, pregnant with her daughter is made to sit in first class, while he has to settle for a place on a freight car. The train heads west and collects people fleeing everywhere. Among these, Anna, ...

Magnet of Doom (1963)

Magnet of Doom (French: L'aîné des Ferchaux) is a 1963 French film, directed by Jean-Pierre Melville.

Maigret Sees Red (1963)

Gangsters from the United States try to kill a key government witness whose testimony could help land an influential mobster in jail. It's up to detective Maigret to deal with the FBI and a series of underworld figures to save the life of the witness...

The Brothers Rico (1957)

The Rico brothers are mobsters in the employ of a syndicate head, Sid Kubick (Larry Gates). Eddie Rico (Richard Conte) has given up crime, but the other Ricos (James Darren and Paul Picerni) have not. This causes a rift in the family. Eddie gets word that his brothers have been marked for murder....

A Life in the Balance (1955)

A widower's (Ricardo Montalban) little boy leads the police to a killer of sinners (Lee Marvin) in Mexico City.

Forbidden Fruit (1952)

Forbidden Fruit (French: Le Fruit défendu) is a 1952 French drama film directed by Henri Verneuil and starring Fernandel.

The Man on the Eiffel Tower (1949)

In Paris, a down and out medical student Johann Radek (Franchot Tone) is paid by Bill Kirby (Robert Hutton) to murder his wealthy aunt. A knife grinder (Burgess Meredith) is suspected, but Radek keeps taunting the police until they realize that he is the killer. The police and Maigret (Charles La...

Temptation Harbour (1947)

A signalman on a quay sees a fight between two men. One of the men is deliberately pushed into the water and the signalman cannot save him, but decides to keep his suitcase which later finds is full of banknotes with a value of £5000.