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Claude Chabrol: 1992-Present Filmography

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Betty (1992—103 minutes) Written and directed by Claude Chabrol. Based on the novel by Georges Simenon. Produced by Marin Karmitz. With Marie Trintignant, Jean-François Garreaud, Stéphane Audran, Yves Lambrecht, Christiane Minazzoli, Henri Attal. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

L’Oeil de Vichy (1993—110 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Jean-Pierre Azéma and Robert O. Paxton. Produced by Jean-Pierre Ramsay-Levi. Narrated by Michel Bouquet (French version), Brian Cox (English version). Documentary of the Nazi occupation of Vichy. Alternate title: The Eye of Vichy. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

L’enfer (1994—100 minutes) Written and directed by Claude Chabrol, based on the script for the unfinished 1964 film by Henri-Georges Clouzot. Additional dialogue by José-André Lacour. Produced by Marin Karmitz. With Emmanuelle Béart, François Cluzet, Nathalie Cardone, André Wilms, Marc Lavoine, Christiane Minazzoli. Alternate titles: Hell; Jealousy; Torment. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

La Cérémonie (1995—111 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Caroline Eliacheff and Mr. Chabrol. Based on the novel A Judgment in Stone by Ruth Rendell. Produced by Marin Karmitz. With Isabelle Huppert, Sandrine Bonnaire, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Jacqueline Bisset, Virginie Ledoyan, Valentin Merlet. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

Cyprien Katsaris (1996) Directed by Claude Chabrol. A television documentary about Mr. Katsaris and his activities as director of the Echternach Festival in Luxembourg. IMDb listing.

Rein ne va plus (1997—105 minutes) Written and directed by Claude Chabrol. Produced by Marin Karmitz. With Isabelle Huppert, Michel Serrault, François Cluzet, Jean-François Balmer, Jackie Berroyer, Henri Attal. Alternate title: The Swindle. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

Au coeur du mensonge (1999—113 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Odile Barski and Mr. Chabrol. Produced by Marin Karmitz. With Sandrine Bonnaire, Jacques Gamblin, Antione de Caunes, Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, Bernard Verley, Bulle Ogier, Véronique Volta. Alternate title: The Color of Lies. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

Merci pour le chocolat (2000—99 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Caroline Eliacheff and Mr. Chabrol, from the novel The Chocolate Cobweb by Charlotte Armstrong. Produced by Marin Karmitz. With: Isabelle Huppert, Jacques Dutronc, Anna Mouglalis, Rudolphe Pauly, Brigitte Catillon. Alternate title: Nightcap. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

Les Redoutables (2001) Claude Chabrol directed one episode of this French television series, Coup de vice. Additional information: IMDb listing.

La Fleur du mal (2003—104 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Caroline Eliacheff, Louise L. Lambrichs and Mr. Chabrol. Produced by Marin Karmitz. With Nathalie Baye, Benoît Magimel, Suzanne Flon, Bernard Le Coq, Mélanie Doutey, Henri Attal. Alternate title: The Flower of Evil. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

La Demoiselle d'honneur (2004—111 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Pierre Leccia and Mr. Chabrol, based on the novel The Bridesmaid by Ruth Rendell. Produced by Patrick Godeau. With Benoît Magimel, Laura Smet, Aurore Clément, Bernard Le Coq. Alternate title: The Bridesmaid. IMDb listing. On DVD from Amazon.

L’ Ivresse du pouvoir (2006—110 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Odile Barski and Mr. Chabrol. Produced by Patrick Godeau. With Isabelle Huppert, Patrick Bruel, François Berléand, Marilyne Canto. Alternate title: The Comedy of Power. IMDb listing.

La Parure (2007—60 minutes) Directed by Claude Chabrol. Written by Gérard Jourd'hui and Jacques Santamaria, based on the short story by Guy de Maupassant. With Thomas Chabrol, Cécile De France, Christian Hecq, Bruno Lochet. Made for television. IMDb listing.

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