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Dominique Blanc

Dominique Blanc

French actress
April 25, 1956 (67 years old)

The Origin of Evil

V.O.: L'Origine du mal
Fr. 2022. Thriller by Sébastien Marnier with Laure Calamy, Jacques Weber, Dominique Blanc. In a luxurious seaside villa, a woman of modest tastes reconnects with her wealthy father and becomes acquainted with the latter's tortuous entourage.
Runtime: 125 min.

Step by Step

V.O.: Patients
Fr. 2017. Psychological drama by Grand Corps Malade, Mehdi Idir with Pablo Pauly, Soufiane Guerrab, Moussa Mansaly. After becoming a quadriplegic following an imprudent dive in a pool, a young basketball player fraternizes with the other patients at his rehabilitation center.
Runtime: 111 min.
Runtime: 107 min.
Fr. 2011. Drama by Gabriel Aghion with Dominique Blanc, Claude Brasseur, Samuel Labarthe. In 1915, a French teenager finds his father on Reunion Island, where the cohabitation between the colonists and the natives causes increasingly dramatic conflicts.
Runtime: 100 min.
Fr. 2011. Drama by Joël Farges with Dominique Blanc, Nicolas Brioudes.
Runtime: 105 min.

A Cat in Paris

V.O.: Une Vie de chat
Fr. 2010. Animation by Jean-Loup Felicioli, Alain Gagnol. Backed up by her cat, who leads a double life, the little girl of a Parisian superintendent is chased by her father's murderer, a thief who covets a giant statue.
Runtime: 70 min.
Fr. 2010. Dramatic comedy by Nina Companeez with Micha Lescot, Caroline Tillette, Dominique Blanc. At the beginning of the 20th century, a young bourgeois accustomed to Parisian salons suffers from jealousy in his relationship with a young girl he met at the seaside.
Runtime: 230 min.
Fr. 2009. Biography by Laurent Heynemann with Daniel Russo, Dominique Blanc, Marc Citti. The political career of French Prime Minister Pierre B
Runtime: 90 min.


V.O.: L'Autre Dumas
Fr. 2009. Dramatic comedy by Safy Nebbou with Benoît Poelvoorde, Gérard Depardieu, Mélanie Thierry. In 1848, Auguste Maquet, Alexandre Dumas' ghostwriter, steals the latter's identity to help a young woman he is in love with free her revolutionary father.
Runtime: 105 min.

One Day You'll Understand

V.O.: Plus tard tu comprendras
Fr. 2008. Drama by Amos Gitaï with Jeanne Moreau, Hippolyte Girardot, Emmanuelle Devos. When a forty-year-old Parisian man learns that he is Jewish, he tries to shed light on his parents' actions during World War II.
Runtime: 88 min.
Runtime: 85 min.
Fr. 2007. Comedy by Claire Devers with Dominique Blanc, Dominique Reymond, Denis Podalydès. After inheriting a family mansion, two unmarried cousins who don't know each other realize that the place is haunted by the ghost of an ancestor.
Runtime: 92 min.
Fr. 2006. Psychological drama by Emmanuel Bourdieu with Malik Zidi, Thibault Vinçon, Natacha Régnier. Two literature students fall under the spell of a gifted classmate who has amazing self-confidence.
Runtime: 100 min.
Fr. 2006. Biography by Gabriel Aghion with Jean-Claude Brialy, Dominique Blanc, Feodor Atkine. The story of the poet Max Jacob, whose friends in the Paris art community were unable to save from deportation by the Gestapo to the Drancy camp where he died in 1944.
Runtime: 90 min.
Fr. 2005. Social drama by Fabienne Godet with Olivier Gourmet, Dominique Blanc, Julie Depardieu. After a tragedy strikes his colleague and friend, a previously dedicated executive seeks to lash out at his boss.
Runtime: 90 min.

The Art of Breaking Up

V.O.: Un Fil à la patte
Fr. 2004. Comedy by Michel Deville with Charles Berling, Emmanuelle Béart, Patrick Timsit. Before making a rich marriage, a penniless nobleman must first break up with his mistress, a beautiful music-hall singer.
Runtime: 79 min.
Fr. 2002. Comedy by Lucas Belvaux with Ornella Muti, François Morel, Valérie Mairesse. When an businessman learns that he must undergo surgery, he does not tell his wife who believes that his lies are a cover for infidelity.
Runtime: 97 min.
Fr. 2002. Thriller by Lucas Belvaux with Lucas Belvaux, Catherine Frot, Dominique Blanc. After spending 15 years in prison, a leftist terrorist escapes with the intention of convincing his former comrades to continue their struggle.
Runtime: 109 min.
Fr. 2002. Psychological drama by Lucas Belvaux with Dominique Blanc, Gilbert Melki, Ornella Muti. A corrupt police officer and his drug-addicted wife go through a serious crisis caused by the escape of a former terrorist.
Runtime: 119 min.
Fr. 2002. Mores comedy by Jeanne Labrune with Sandrine Kiberlain, Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Dominique Blanc. A phone call from an old acquaintance causes a series of misunderstandings in the life of a wealthy young woman and her husband.
Runtime: 99 min.
Fr. 2001. Drama by Amalia Escriva with Jeanne Balibar, Bruno Todeschini, Dominique Blanc. In Algiers, in 1903, a young woman from a family of Spanish colonists commits suicide after learning a terrible family secret.
Runtime: 88 min.

The Pornographer

V.O.: Le Pornographe
Fr. 2001. Psychological drama by Bertrand Bonello with Jean-Pierre Léaud, Jérémie Renier, Dominique Blanc. Inactive for the past fifteen years, a porn film director shooting a new project tries to regain the respect of his teenage son.
Runtime: 108 min.
Fr. 2001. Psychological drama by Dominique Cabrera with Marilyne Canto, Patrick Bruel, Dominique Blanc. On a whim, a young depressed mother leaves her husband and children to go live with a neighbour.
Fr. 2000. Dramatic comedy by Nina Companeez with Marina Hands, Dominique Reymond, Dominique Blanc. In the late 1890s on a trip to Egypt, a young girl from a good family with a lively temperament seeks to emancipate herself.

Stand By

V.O.: Stand-by
Fr. 2000. Psychological drama by Roch Stéphanik with Dominique Blanc, Roschdy Zem, Patrick Catalifo. Dumped by her husband before boarding the plane to Buenos Aires, a woman decides to settle in the airport where she ends up prostituting herself.
Runtime: 125 min.

Those Who Love Me Can Take the Train

V.O.: Ceux qui m'aiment prendront le train
Fr. 1997. Psychological drama by Patrice Chéreau with Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Charles Berling, Pascal Greggory.
Runtime: 122 min.
Fr. 1996. Mores comedy by Jean-Michel Ribes with Pierre Arditi, Dominique Blanc, Ticky Holgado.

The King's Way

V.O.: L'Allée du roi
Fr. 1995. Historic chronicle by Nina Companeez with Dominique Blanc, Didier Sandre, Michel Duchaussoy.
Runtime: 241 min.
Fr. 1993. Psychological drama by Liria Begeja with Dominique Blanc, Timo Filoko, Sulejman Pitarka. A young Parisian woman of Albanian origin meets an illegal Albanian refugee who reveals her that her father, whom she thought was dead, is still alive.
Runtime: 93 min.

Queen Margot

V.O.: La Reine Margot
Fr. 1993. History by Patrice Chéreau with Isabelle Adjani, Daniel Auteuil, Jean-Hugues Anglade. In 1572 in Paris, after the wedding of King Charles IX's sister, the papist extremists indulge in the massacre of Protestants during the night of St. Bartholomew.
Runtime: 165 min.
Fr. 1992. Dramatic comedy by Yannick Bellon with Tcheky Karyo, Dominique Blanc, Patrick Bouchitey.
Runtime: 103 min.
Fr. 1991. Chronicle by Régis Wargnier with Catherine Deneuve, Vincent Pérez, Linh Dan Pham. Madly in love with a French naval officer, the owner of a plantation in Indochina sees her adopted daughter fall in love with the same man.
Runtime: 160 min.

The Pleasure of Love

V.O.: Plaisir d'amour
Fr. 1990. Mores comedy by Nelly Kaplan with Pierre Arditi, Françoise Fabian, Dominique Blanc. Hired as a tutor to a teenage girl living on an island with her grandmother, mother and sister, a seductive poet becomes the women
Runtime: 105 min.

May Fools

V.O.: Milou en mai
Fr. 1989. Mores comedy by Louis Malle with Michel Piccoli, Miou-Miou, Michel Duchaussoy. Following the death of their grandfather in May 1968, the members of a family reunite in the family estate and organize the succession as best they can.
Runtime: 108 min.
Fr. 1989. Psychological drama by Régis Wargnier with Régis Arpin, David Behar, Jean Rochefort. The provincial squire
Runtime: 98 min.

Story of Women

V.O.: Une Affaire de femmes
Fr. 1988. Social drama by Claude Chabrol with Isabelle Huppert, François Cluzet, Marie Trintignant. During the occupation, a man returning from captivity finds it difficult to accept that his wife has made a modest living by performing abortions.
Runtime: 108 min.
Fr. 1988. Police comedy by Marco Pico with Jacques Higelin, Daniel Martin, Élodie Gaultier. The police track down the car of two gangsters where the runaway daughter of a politician has hidden, believing it to be a kidnapping.
Runtime: 100 min.
Fr. 1988. Drama by Bernard Cohn with Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Pierre Arditi, Gérard Blain. In Paris during the German occupation, a young Jewish woman hides her origins in order to pursue a career as a film actress.
Fr. 1987. Dramatic comedy by Claude Sautet with Daniel Auteuil, Sandrine Bonnaire, Jean-Pierre Marielle. A young executive falls in love with the maid of a supermarket manager whose accounts he needs to check.
Runtime: 131 min.
Fr. 1987. Crime drama by Philippe Laïk with Jean Richard, Henri Virlojeux, Dominique Blanc. Inspector Maigret investigates a diamond broker who apparently committed suicide after calling the police.
Fr. 1986. Psychological drama by Régis Wargnier with Christophe Malavoy, Jane Birkin, Jean-Louis Trintignant. An alcoholic violinist is urged by a friend who suffered from the same ailment to undergo rehab.
Runtime: 102 min.

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