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Alain Robbe-Grillet Collection 1963-1974 (6 Films) - 3-Disc Box Set (Blu-Ray) (*)

Original Title: L'immortelle / Trans-Europ-Express / L'homme qui ment / L'éden et après / N. a pris les dés… / Glissements progressifs du plaisir
Alternate Title: The Immortal One / Trans-Europ-Express / The Man Who Lies / Eden and After / N. Took the Dice / Successive Slidings of Pleasure
Language Selections:
English ( Subtitles )
French ( Dolby Linear PCM )
French ( Mono )

Product Origin/Format:
United Kingdom ( Blu-Ray/Region B )

Running Time:
577 min

Aspect Ratio:

Special Features:
3-DVD Set
Box Set
Cast/Crew Interview(s)
Interactive Menu
Scene Access
Black & White

Movie filmed in 1963 - 1974 and produced in:
Belgium ( France, Benelux )
Czech Republic ( Russia, Eastern Europe )
France ( France, Benelux )
Italy ( Italy, Greece )
Tunisia ( Africa, Middle East )
Turkey ( Africa, Middle East )

Directed By:
Alain Robbe-Grillet

Written By:
Alain Robbe-Grillet

Françoise Brion ..... L, the Woman
Jacques Doniol-Valcroze ..... N, the Man
Guido Celano ..... M, the Stranger
Ayfer Feray ..... Servant
Nuri Genç ..... Catherine
Belkis Mutlu ..... Turkish Woman
Vahi Öz ..... Antique Dealer
Catherine Robbe-Grillet
Sezer Sezin
Osman Türkoglu
Ulvi Uraz
Jean-Louis Trintignant ..... Elias / Himself
Marie-France Pisier ..... Eva / Herself
Christian Barbier ..... Lorentz - the policeman
Raoul Guylad ..... An intermediary
Henri Lambert ..... Inspector
Paul Louyet ..... Marc
Charles Millot ..... Franck
Rezy Norbert ..... The concierge
Gérard Palaprat ..... Le Petit Mathieu
Catherine Robbe-Grillet ..... Lucette - the script girl
Salkin ..... An intermediary
Ariane Sapriel ..... A traveller
Prima Symphony ..... The stripper
Clo Vanesco ..... Cabaret Singer
Nadine Verdier ..... Hotel Maid
Jean-Louis Trintignant ..... Jan Robin / Boris Varissa
Sylvie Bréal ..... Maria
Zuzana Kocúriková ..... Laura
Dominique Prado ..... Lisa, the barmaid
Catherine Robbe-Grillet ..... Druggist
Sylvie Turbová ..... Sylvia
Ivan Mistrík ..... Jean
Dusan Blaskovic ..... Taverner
Jozef Kroner ..... Franz
Jozef Cierny ..... Father
Július Vasek ..... Vladimír
Catherine Jourdan ..... Violette
Pierre Zimmer ..... Duchemin
Richard Leduc ..... Marc-Antoine
Lorraine Rainer ..... Marie-Eve
Sylvain Corthay ..... Jean-Pierre
Juraj Kukura ..... Boris
Jarmila Kolenicová ..... Sonia
Catherine Robbe-Grillet ..... Foolish woman
Frantisek Gervai ..... Franc
Ludovít Króner
Catherine Jourdan
Pierre Zimmer
Richard Leduc
Lorraine Rainer
Sylvain Corthay
Juraj Kukura
Jarmila Kolenicová
Frantisek Gervai
Anicée Alvina ..... Alice, the prisoner
Olga Georges-Picot ..... Nora / lawyer
Michael Lonsdale ..... The Judge
Jean Martin ..... The Priest
Marianne Eggerickx ..... Claudia
Isabelle Huppert ..... Student
Maxence Mailfort ..... Client / Customer
Claude Marcault ..... Soeur Julia
Nathalie Zeiger ..... Sister Maria

Perhaps best known as the writer of Alain Resnais' classic cine-conundrum Last Year of Marienbad, Alain Robbe-Grillet was also the director a number of stylish, controversial and erotic films which starred such icons of French cinema as Jean-Louis Trintignant (Haneke's (Amour, Bertolucci's The Conformist,, Marie-France Pisier (Truffaut's Stolen Kisses and Bed and Board) and Isabelle Huppert (Claire Denis' White Material, Haneke's Amour). Impossible to see for decades, these enigmatic, sexually-charged films have now been collected together for the very first time, and are made available here in beautifully remastered High Definition presentations, with extra features including video introductions by Catherine Robbe-Grillet, filmed interviews with Alain Robbe-Grillet by Frederic Taddei, and newly-recorded, exclusive feature-length commentaries by cult cinema authority Tim Lucas. This DVD box set includes: The Immortal One (1963), Trans-Europ Express (1967), The Man Who Lies (1968), Eden and After (1970), N. Rolls the Dice (1971) and Successive Slidings Into Pleasure (1974).

The Immortal One (1963)
A sad man meets a beautiful, secretive woman who may or may not be involved in some conspiracy ring dealing in kidnapped women used as prostitutes. After several days of their sadly passionate relationship she disappears. The sad man is unable to locate her as all the local Turkish people pretend not to remember any such woman. He suddenly finds her again (she finds him?) and before she can explain her disappearance she is killed in a car crash while he is in the passenger seat. He replays the accident over and over in his mind trying to remember how she died if he caused the accident himself by grabbing the wheel.
Trans-Europ-Express (1966)
A film director, Jean, his producer, Marc, and his assistant, Lucette, board the Trans-Europ-Express in Paris bound for Antwerp. Once in their compartment it occurs to them that the drama of life aboard the train presents possibilities for a film, and they begin to write a script about dope smuggling.
The Man Who Lies (1968)
On the run from pursuing soldiers, a man hides in a small European town.
Eden and After (1970)
A group of French students are drawn into the psychological and sexual games of a mysterious Dutchman. Once they sample his 'fear powder' the students experience a series of hallucinations.
N. Took the Dice (1971)
A voiceover narrator provides the only semblance of logic in a mash-up that incorporates not just footage from EDEN but outtakes and new sequences as well. Originally made for French television and never given a commercial release, the film is an arresting pure sensory experience that one is advised not to even try making conventional "sense" of.
Successive Slidings of Pleasure (1974)
A young woman is questioned by the police and the judges, suspected of being a modern witch. The girl who shared her apartment has been found dead, and a pair of scisors impaled through her heart, as she lay attached to the bedposts. Apparently, the girl does have powers, to make all people around her fall prey to her spell, glissing progressively into desire, lust, and the unknown.

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