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1001 Grams

by Bent Hamer. Reviewed by Ken Alder in Universal measures: 1001 Grams

1788 et demi

by Olivier Guignard. Reviewed by Aurore Chery in The French Revolution on TV in the New Millennium

1914

by Jean Echenoz. Reviewed by Martha Hanna in “Anthem for Doomed Youth:” Jean Echenoz’s 1914

The Accursed Kings

by Maurice Druon. Reviewed by Sarah Hanley in Imagining the Last Capetians: Maurice Druon, The Accursed Kings

Les adieux à la reine [Farewell My Queen]

by Benoît Jacquot. Reviewed by Laura Mason in Les adieux à la reine/Farewell, My Queen

L’Adversaire

by . Reviewed by Liana Vardi in L’Adversaire by Emmanuel Carrère

L’Adversaire

by . Reviewed by Liana Vardi in HHhH by Laurent Binet

Alceste à bicyclette [Cycling with Molière]

by Philippe Le Guay. Reviewed by Emma Gilby in Molière on the Ile de Ré or Alceste à bicyclette

The Alchemy of Murder

by Carol McCleary. Reviewed by Charles Rearick in Crime, Terror & Sleuthing in Paris, 1889

L’Allée du roi [The King’s Way]

by Nina Companéez. Reviewed by Michael P. Breen and Junko Thérèse Takeda in The King is Dancing and The King’s Way

All Souls’ Rising

by Madison Smartt Bell. Reviewed by Jeremy D. Popkin in Madison Smartt Bell’s Haitian Revolution Trilogy

Aloïse

by Liliane de Kekrmadec. Reviewed by Mark S. Micale in Mad Women Artists: Séraphine, Camille Claudel 1915, Aloïse

Les amants réguliers [Regular Lovers]

by Philippe Garrel. Reviewed by Donald M. Reid in May Fools, The Dreamers & Regular Lovers

Les Anarchistes

by Elie Wajeman. Reviewed by Roxanne Panchasi in Avec l’amour au poing”*: Elie Wajeman’s Les Anarchistes

Après mai

by Olivier Assayas. Reviewed by Daniel A. Gordon in Olivier Assayas’ Après mai

L’armée du crime [Army of Crime]

by Robert Guédiguian. Reviewed by Chris Millington in Celebrating the Resistance: L’armée du crime

Army of Shadows

by Jean-Pierre Melville. Reviewed by Simon Kitson and Richard Vinen in Army of Shadows and Lacombe, Lucien

L’Art français de la guerre

by Alexis Jenni. Reviewed by Donald Reid in Jenni’s French Art of War

Augustine

by Alice Winocour. Reviewed by Judith Surkis in Alice Winocour’s Augustine

Au Revoir

by Pierre Lemaitre. Reviewed by Béatrix Pau in The Great Swindle ou Au Revoir, Là-haut de Pierre Lemaitre

L’autre Dumas [Dumas]

by Safy Nebbou. Reviewed by Liana Vardi in Dumas for Dummies

Avoir vingt ans dans les Aurès [To Be Twenty in the Aures]

by René Vautier. Reviewed by Michael G. Vann in The Dark Side: French Men Becoming Monsters in Algeria

The Battle

by Patrick Rambaud. Reviewed by Michael Sibalis in Patrick Rambaud’s Napoleonic Trilogy

Bellringer

by J. Robert Janes. Reviewed by Robin Walz in Collaboration during the Occupation: The “St-Cyr and Kohler” Mysteries

Benghazi-Bergen-Belsen

by Yossi Sucary. Reviewed by Jessica R. Hammerman in Libya and the Holocaust: Yossi Sucary’s Benghazi-Bergen-Belsen

Black and White in Color

by Jean-Jacques Annaud. Reviewed by Richard S. Fogarty in ‘French Savages’: War and Colonialism in Jean-Jacques Annaud’s Black and White in Color

Black Robe

by Bruce Beresford. Reviewed by Cecilia Danysk, Amanda Eurich, Laurie Hochstetler in Revisiting an old classic: Black Robe Three Ways

The Blood of Lorraine

by Barbara Corrado Pope. Reviewed by Charles Sowerwine in Death in the Belle Époque: Barbara Corrado Pope’s Trilogy of Mysteries

Breathless

by Jean-Luc Godard. Reviewed by Patrick Young and Rebecca Pulju in Breathless and Cléo de 5 à 7

The Brethren; City of Wisdom and Blood

by Robert Merle. Reviewed by Brian Sandberg in Robert Merle’s Wars of Religion: The Brethren and City of Wisdom and Blood

Bride of New France

by Suzanne Desrochers. Reviewed by Liana Vardi in Neither Saint nor Whore

La Cache

by Christophe Boltanski. Reviewed by Philip Nord in Christophe Boltanski’s Memories of War and Peace

Caché dans la maison des fous

by Didier Daeninckx. Reviewed by Alan Morris in In Praise of Folly: Didier Daeninckx, Caché dans la maison des fous

Camille Claudel 1915

by Bruno Dumont. Reviewed by Mark S. Micale in Mad Women Artists: Séraphine, Camille Claudel 1915, Aloïse

Les Camisards

by René Allio. Reviewed by W. Gregory Monahan in The Magic of the Cévennes: Les Camisards (1972) and Michael Kohlhaas (2013)

Capitaine Conan

by Roger Vercel. Reviewed by John Cerullo in The Dangers of Valor: Roger Vercel’s and Bertrand Tavernier’s Capitaine Conan

Les Caprices d’un fleuve

by Bernard Giraudeau. Reviewed by Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall in Les caprices d’un fleuve and Burn!

Ce que le jour doit à la nuit

by Alexandre Arcady. Reviewed by Julia Clancy-Smith in Night, Day, and Mediterranean Summers: French Colonial Films for the Classroom

Ce qu’aimer veut dire

by Mathieu Lindon. Reviewed by David Caron in Sex, Drugs, and Literature

Cézanne et moi

by Danièle Thompson. Reviewed by Marco Deyasi in The tormented artist and his friend: Danièle Thompson’s Cézanne et moi

Cézanne’s Quarry

by Barbara Corrado Pope. Reviewed by Charles Sowerwine in Death in the Belle Époque: Barbara Corrado Pope’s Trilogy of Mysteries

Les chants de Mandrin [Smugglers’ Songs]

by Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche. Reviewed by Michael Kwass in Smugglers’ Songs

The Châtelet Apprentice

by Jean-François Parot. Reviewed by David Garrioch in Parot’s Eighteenth-Century Mysteries

Chocolat

by Roschdy Zem. Reviewed by Charles Rearick in Chocolat: A Black Entertainer in the Belle Époque

Cléo de 5 à 7 [Cléo from 5 to 7]

by Agnès Varda. Reviewed by Patrick Young and Rebecca Pulju in Breathless and Cléo de 5 à 7

Le Colonel Chabert

by Honoré de Balzac. Reviewed by Howard G. Brown in Chabert vs Chabert

Coup de Torchon

by Bertrand Tavernier. Reviewed by Alice Conklin in Coup de Torchon

Le Crabe-Tambour

by Pierre Shoendoerffer. Reviewed by Robert Aldrich in Le Crabe-Tambour: In the Wake of Empire

Cyrano de Bergerac

by Jean-Paul Rappeneau. Reviewed by Jeffrey S. Ravel in Revisiting Cyrano de Bergerac (1990): Ideas for Teaching Old Regime Theater in the History Classroom

Danton

by Andrzei Wajda. Reviewed by Jack Censer and Mary Ashburn Miller in La nuit de Varennes and Danton

Demain dès l’aube [Tomorrow at Dawn]

by Denis Dercourt. Reviewed by Howard G. Brown in Duelling Films

Désirée

by Annemarie Selinko. Reviewed by Michael Sibalis in Napoleon’s Fiancée: The Fabulous Destiny of Désirée Clary

The Devils

by Ken Russell. Reviewed by Darryl Dee in Possession in the Grand Siècle: The Devils

Les dieux ont soif [The Gods Will Have Blood]

by Anatole France. Reviewed by D.M.G Sutherland in France’s Terror: Les dieux ont soif

Diplomatie

by Volker Schlöndorff. Reviewed by Matthew Cobb in Kaboom! Diplomatie (2014) and the destruction of Paris

Divines

by Houda Benyamina. Reviewed by Thibault Schilt in Reversed Gazes and Blended Genres: Divines (2016)

The Dreamers

by Bernardo Bertolucci. Reviewed by Donald M. Reid in May Fools, The Dreamers & Regular Lovers

The Dream of Scipio

by Iain Pears. Reviewed by Daniel Lord Smail in Being Medieval and Civilized

The Duellists

by Ridley Scott. Reviewed by Howard G. Brown in Duelling Films

L’Esquive [Games of Love and Chance]

by Abdellatif Kechiche. Reviewed by Elena Russo in Revisiting Kechiche’s L’Esquive (Games of Love and Chance)

L’évasion de Louis XVI

by Arnaud Sélignac. Reviewed by Aurore Chery in The French Revolution on TV in the New Millennium

Le Feu/Under Fire

by Henri Barbusse. Reviewed by Susan R. Grayzel in Teaching Le Feu/Under Fire by Henri Barbusse

The Four Musketeers

by George Sidney. Reviewed by Charlotte C. Wells in “Keep Those Swords Away from the Computer, Boys!” The Three Musketeers in the Classroom

Fragments d’Antonin [Antonin’s Stories]

by Gabriel Le Bomin. Reviewed by Paul Jankowski and Martha Hanna in Antonin’s Stories and Life and Nothing But

La grande illusion [Grand Illusion]

by Jean Renoir. Reviewed by Jay Winter in The Grand Illusion: The Genius of Indirection

La Haine

by Mathieu Kassovitz. Reviewed by Michael Gott in Banlieue Cinema: La Haine (1995)

Half-Blood Blues

by Esi Eguyan. Reviewed by Jeff Jackson in Vichy France from the Margins: Half-Blood Blues

Haussmann or the Distinction

by Paul La Farge. Reviewed by David P. Jordan in An Unreconstructed Haussmann

He's My Girl

by Jean-Jacques Zilbermann. Reviewed by Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall in Jewish-Muslim Romance with a French Twist: Jean-Jacques Zilbermann’s He’s My Girl

HHhH

by . Reviewed by Liana Vardi in L’Adversaire by Emmanuel Carrère

HHhH

by . Reviewed by Liana Vardi in HHhH by Laurent Binet

Histoire des grands-parents que je n’ai pas eus

by . Reviewed by Liana Vardi in L’Adversaire by Emmanuel Carrère

Histoire des grands-parents que je n’ai pas eus

by . Reviewed by Liana Vardi in HHhH by Laurent Binet

Histoire des grands-parents que je n’ai pas eus

by . Reviewed by Liana Vardi in Truth or fiction and why it matters. A look at Ivan Jablonka, Emmanuel Carrère, and Laurent Binet

L’histoire est une littérature contemporaine

by Laurent Binet. Reviewed by Liana Vardi in L’Adversaire by Emmanuel Carrère

L’histoire est une littérature contemporaine

by Laurent Binet. Reviewed by Liana Vardi in HHhH by Laurent Binet

L’histoire est une littérature contemporaine

by Laurent Binet. Reviewed by Liana Vardi in Truth or fiction and why it matters. A look at Ivan Jablonka, Emmanuel Carrère, and Laurent Binet

Les Hommes libres [Free Men]

by Ismaël Ferroukhi. Reviewed by Ethan Katz in Vichy France from the Margins: Les Hommes libres

Hors la loi [Outside the Law]

by Rachid Bouchareb. Reviewed by Todd Shepard in Hors-la-loi/Outside the Law

How Tasty Was My Little Frenchman [Como Era Gostoso o Meu Francês]

by Nelson Pereira dos Santos. Reviewed by Michael Wintroub in Cannibal Histories: Some Comments on Nelson Pereira dos Santos’s How Tasty Was My Little Frenchman

Human Traces

by Sebastian Faulks. Reviewed by Richard C. Keller in Sebastian Faulks, Human Traces

The Immoralist

by André Gide. Reviewed by Michael Lucey in On André Gide’s The Immoralist (1902)

Indochine

by Régis Wargnier. Reviewed by Alison J. Murray Levine and Eric T. Jennings in Indochine and The Sea Wall

The Infamous Rosalie

by Évelyne Trouillot. Reviewed by Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall in If This is a Woman: Evelyne Trouillot’s The Infamous Rosalie and the Lost Stories of New-World Slavery

Island Beneath the Sea

by Isabel Allende. Reviewed by Laurent Dubois in Unwritten Stories

Jacques Tardi’s WWI Graphic Novels

by Jacques Tardi. Reviewed by Robin Walz in Putain de guerre! Teaching Jacques Tardi’s WWI Graphic Novels

Jeanne la Pucelle [Joan the Maid]

by Jacques Rivette. Reviewed by Daniel Hobbins in The Cinematic Maid: Teaching Joan of Arc through Film

Journal d’une femme de chambre

by Benoît Jacquot. Reviewed by Eliza Earle Ferguson in Benoît Jacquot’s Journal d’une femme de chambre

A Journey to the End of the Millennium: A Novel of the Middle Ages

by A.B. Yehoshua. Reviewed by Daniel Lord Smail in Being Medieval and Civilized

Kaveena

by Boubacar Boris Diop. Reviewed by Kelly Duke Bryant in Kaveena, A Novel of Françafrique

Là-haut

by . Reviewed by Béatrix Pau in The Great Swindle ou Au Revoir, Là-haut de Pierre Lemaitre

Lacenaire [The Elegant Criminal]

by Francis Girod. Reviewed by Thomas Cragin in À bas la guillotine! Vive la bourgeoisie? Lacenaire and The Widow of Saint Pierre

Lacombe Lucien

by Louis Malle. Reviewed by Simon Kitson and Richard Vinen in Army of Shadows and Lacombe, Lucien

Laëtitia ou la fin des hommes

by Ivan Jablonka. Reviewed by Liana Vardi in L’Adversaire by Emmanuel Carrère

Laëtitia ou la fin des hommes

by Ivan Jablonka. Reviewed by Liana Vardi in HHhH by Laurent Binet

Laëtitia ou la fin des hommes

by Ivan Jablonka. Reviewed by Liana Vardi in Truth or fiction and why it matters. A look at Ivan Jablonka, Emmanuel Carrère, and Laurent Binet

A Little Chaos

by Alan Rickman. Reviewed by Kathleen Wellman in A Little Chaos in Louis XIV’s Court

Little Demon in the City of Light

by Steven Levingston. Reviewed by Barbara C. Pope in Stranger than Fiction: Steven Levingston on Murder, Mesmerism, and Forensics in Fin-de-siècle Paris

Loin des hommes

by David Oelhoffen. Reviewed by Joshua Cole in Albert Camus’s “L’hôte” becomes Loin des hommes (Far From Men)

Louis enfant roi

by Roger Planchon. Reviewed by Brian Sandberg in Louis, enfant roi

The Lymond Chronicles

by Dorothy Dunnett. Reviewed by Charlotte Wells in The Lymond Chronicles

Madame Bovary

by Sophie Barthes. Reviewed by James Smith Allen in Sophie Barthes’s Madame Bovary

manifeste pour les sciences sociales

by Emmanuel Carrère. Reviewed by Liana Vardi in L’Adversaire by Emmanuel Carrère

manifeste pour les sciences sociales

by Emmanuel Carrère. Reviewed by Liana Vardi in HHhH by Laurent Binet

manifeste pour les sciences sociales

by Emmanuel Carrère. Reviewed by Liana Vardi in Truth or fiction and why it matters. A look at Ivan Jablonka, Emmanuel Carrère, and Laurent Binet

Manon of the Spring

by Christian Rouaud. Reviewed by Don Reid in The Fifth Republic and the Peasants: Jean de Florette, Manon des Sources, and Tous au Larzac

The Man with the Lead Stomach

by Jean-François Parot. Reviewed by David Garrioch in Parot’s Eighteenth-Century Mysteries

Master of the Crossroads

by Madison Smartt Bell. Reviewed by Jeremy D. Popkin in Madison Smartt Bell’s Haitian Revolution Trilogy

The Mersault Investigation

by Kamel Daoud. Reviewed by Natalya Vince in Literature as post-colonial reality? Kamel Daoud’s The Meursault Investigation

The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc

by Luc Besson. Reviewed by Daniel Hobbins in The Cinematic Maid: Teaching Joan of Arc through Film

Le métis de Dieu [The Jewish Cardinal]

by Ilan Duran Cohen. Reviewed by John Connelly in The Jewish Cardinal: Jean-Marie Lustiger and the Struggle for Interfaith Reconciliation

Meurtres pour mémoire

by Didier Daeninckx. Reviewed by Alan Morris in Forgetting is Easy, Remembering is Murder: Didier Daeninckx, Meurtres pour mémoire (1983)

Michael Kohlhaas

by Arnaud des Pallières. Reviewed by W. Gregory Monahan in The Magic of the Cévennes: Les Camisards (1972) and Michael Kohlhaas (2013)

Midnight in Paris

by Woody Allen. Reviewed by Jeffrey H. Jackson in Midnight in Paris

Milou en Mai [May Fools]

by Louis Malle. Reviewed by Donald M. Reid in May Fools, The Dreamers & Regular Lovers

Les Misérables

by Tom Hooper. Reviewed by Michael Sibalis in Who were Les Misérables?

The Missing Italian Girl

by Barbara Corrado Pope. Reviewed by Charles Sowerwine in Death in the Belle Époque: Barbara Corrado Pope’s Trilogy of Mysteries

Mon Colonel (The Colonel)

by Laurent Herbiet. Reviewed by Michael G. Vann in The Dark Side: French Men Becoming Monsters in Algeria

Monsieur le Commandant

by Romain Slocombe. Reviewed by Sandra Ott in Romain Slocombe, Monsieur le Commandant: A Wartime Confession

Monsieur Vincent

by Maurice Cloche. Reviewed by Michael Wolfe in Catholic Reform in the Grand Siècle: Monsieur Vincent (1947)

The Monuments Men

by George Clooney. Reviewed by Elizabeth Campbell Karlsgodt in A Surfeit of Creative License in George Clooney’s The Monuments Men

La Mort de Louis XIV

by Albert Serra. Reviewed by W. Gregory Monahan in Alberto Serra’s La mort de Louis XIV

Murder on the Eiffel Tower

by Claude Izner. Reviewed by Charles Rearick in Crime, Terror & Sleuthing in Paris, 1889

The Musketeers

by Richard Lester. Reviewed by Charlotte C. Wells in “Keep Those Swords Away from the Computer, Boys!” The Three Musketeers in the Classroom

Napoleon's Exile

by Patrick Rambaud. Reviewed by Michael Sibalis in Patrick Rambaud’s Napoleonic Trilogy

Napoleon's Last Island

by Thomas Keneally. Reviewed by Michael Sibalis in Betsy and the Emperor: A Well-Worn Tale Retold

The Nicolas Le Floch Affair

by Jean-François Parot. Reviewed by David Garrioch in Parot’s Eighteenth-Century Mysteries

The Nightingale

by Kristin Hannah. Reviewed by Shannon L. Fogg in Sisters in the Resistance: The Nightingale

Ninety-Three

by Victor Hugo. Reviewed by Marisa Linton in Victor Hugo, Ninety-Three (Quatrevingt-treize)

None (interview)

by Susanne Alleyn. Reviewed by Liana Vardi in Interview with Susanne Alleyn

Notre Dame de Paris

by Victor Hugo. Reviewed by Alex J. Novikoff in Medievalism and Modernity in Victor Hugo’s Hunchback of Notre Dame

The Novel

by . Reviewed by Charles Rearick in Edward Rutherfurd’s Paris, the Novel

La nuit de Varennes [Night of Varennes]

by Ettore Scola. Reviewed by Jack Censer and Mary Ashburn Miller in La nuit de Varennes and Danton

The Occupation Trilogy

by Patrick Modiano. Reviewed by Alan Morris in Into the Heart of Darkness: Patrick Modiano, The Occupation Trilogy (2015)

An Officer and a Spy

by Robert Harris. Reviewed by Julie Kalman in Revisiting the Dreyfus Affair: Robert Harris, An Officer and a Spy

Once in a Lifetime

by Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar. Reviewed by Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall in New Directions in French Holocaust Film: The Origin of Violence, Once in a Lifetime, and Victor “Young” Perez

Les Onze

by Pierre Michon. Reviewed by Liana Vardi in The Tiepolo of the Terror: Pierre Michon’s The Eleven

L’ordre et la morale

by Mathieu Kassovitz. Reviewed by Denise Fisher in The Need to Remember : L’ordre et la morale (Rebellion)

The Orenda

by Joseph Boyden. Reviewed by Allan Greer in Hurons and Jesuits Revisited: Joseph Boyden’s The Orenda

The Origin of Violence

by Elie Chouraqui. Reviewed by Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall in New Directions in French Holocaust Film: The Origin of Violence, Once in a Lifetime, and Victor “Young” Perez

[Paper Conspiracies]

by Susan Daitch. Reviewed by Venita Datta in Méliès and the Dreyfus Affair: Paper Conspiracies

Paris

by Edward Rutherfurd. Reviewed by Charles Rearick in Edward Rutherfurd’s Paris, the Novel

The Paris Enigma: a Novel

by Pablo de Santis. Reviewed by Charles Rearick in Crime, Terror & Sleuthing in Paris, 1889

Parrot and Olivier in America

by Peter Carey. Reviewed by K. Steven Vincent in Parrot and Olivier in America

The Passion of Joan of Arc

by Carl Theodor Dreyer. Reviewed by Daniel Hobbins in The Cinematic Maid: Teaching Joan of Arc through Film

Pépé le Moko

by Julien Duvivier. Reviewed by Michael G. Vann in “Blame it on the Casbah”: The White Male Imperialist Fantasies of Duvivier’s Pépé le Moko

The Phantom of Rue Royale

by Jean-François Parot. Reviewed by David Garrioch in Parot’s Eighteenth-Century Mysteries

A Place of Greater Safety

by Hilary Mantel. Reviewed by Colin Jones in A Place of Greater Safety

The Prague Cemetery

by Umberto Eco. Reviewed by Steven Englund in Skating over the Abyss: A Review of Umberto Eco’s The Prague Cemetery

La Princesse de Montpensier [The Princess of Montpensier]

by Bertrand Tavernier. Reviewed by Paul Cohen in La Princesse de Montpensier

Le procès de Jeanne d’Arc [The Trial of Joan of Arc]

by Robert Bresson. Reviewed by Daniel Hobbins in The Cinematic Maid: Teaching Joan of Arc through Film

Pure

by Andrew Miller. Reviewed by Clare Crowston in Andrew Miller’s Pure and Les Innocents Cemetery

Queimada [Burn!]

by Gillo Pontecorvo. Reviewed by Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall in Les caprices d’un fleuve and Burn!

Qu’as-tu fait de tes frères?

by Claude Arnaud. Reviewed by David Caron in Sex, Drugs, and Literature

La Rafle [The Round Up]

by Roselyne Bosch. Reviewed by Julian Jackson in La Rafle

Reign

by Laura McCarthy. Reviewed by Charlotte C. Wells in Myth, History and Teen-age Romance: A Sixteenth-Century Historian Watches Reign

La Religieuse

by Guillaume Nicloux. Reviewed by Lisa Jane Graham in A la recherche du père perdu: Guillaume Nicloux’s La Religieuse (2013)

The Retreat

by Patrick Rambaud. Reviewed by Michael Sibalis in Patrick Rambaud’s Napoleonic Trilogy

La Révolution française

by Robert Enrico. Reviewed by Alex Fairfax-Cholmeley in A Cinematic Revolution? Sources, Imagery and Interpretation in La Révolution française (1989)

Ridicule

by Patrice Leconte. Reviewed by Thomas E. Kaiser and Lisa Jane Graham in Beaumarchais l’insolent and Ridicule

Le roi danse [The King is Dancing]

by Gérard Corbiau. Reviewed by Michael P. Breen and Junko Thérèse Takeda in The King is Dancing and The King’s Way

The Saint-Florentin Murders

by Jean-François Parot. Reviewed by David Garrioch in Parot’s Eighteenth-Century Mysteries

Saint-Laurent

by Bertrand Bonello. Reviewed by Mary Lynn Stewart in Too Much and Not Enough: Yves Saint Laurent and Saint Laurent

The Seige

by Arturo Pérez-Reverte. Reviewed by Charles Esdaile in Clinging to the Myth: Perez-Réverte on Napoleon’s siege of Cádiz

La Semaine Sainte

by Louis Aragon. Reviewed by Alan Forrest in Aragon, La Semaine Sainte

Séraphine

by Martin Provost. Reviewed by Mark S. Micale in Mad Women Artists: Séraphine, Camille Claudel 1915, Aloïse

Le Souper

by Jean-Claude Brisville. Reviewed by Philip Dwyer in “When Vice Meets Crime”: Jean-Claude Brisville’s Le Souper

Le souper: le vice au bras du crime

by Edouard Molinaro. Reviewed by Philip Dwyer in “When Vice Meets Crime”: Jean-Claude Brisville’s Le Souper

The Stone that the Builder Refused

by Madison Smartt Bell. Reviewed by Jeremy D. Popkin in Madison Smartt Bell’s Haitian Revolution Trilogy

Suite Française

by Irène Némirovsky. Reviewed by Sara Maza in Suite Française, Irène Némirovsky

Suite Française

by Irène Némirovsky. Reviewed by Simon Kitson in Suite Française

Taking of Power of Louis XIV (La prise de pouvoir par Louis XIV)

by Roberto Rosselini. Reviewed by Bill Beik in The Grandeur of Louis XIV on Film

Thérèse philosophe

by Anonymous. Reviewed by Jennifer J. Davis in The Laws of Eighteenth-Century Sex: Thérèse philosophe

The Three Musketeers

by Fred Niblo. Reviewed by Charlotte C. Wells in “Keep Those Swords Away from the Computer, Boys!” The Three Musketeers in the Classroom

The Three Musketeers

by Paul W.S. Anderson. Reviewed by Liana Vardi in Dumas for Dummies

To the Hermitage

by Malcolm Bradbury. Reviewed by Kent Wright in To the Hermitage

Toussant Louverture

by Philippe Niang. Reviewed by Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall in Happy as a Slave: The Toussaint Louverture miniseries

Un barrage contre la pacifique [Sea Wall]

by Rithy Panh. Reviewed by Alison J. Murray Levine and Eric T. Jennings in Indochine and The Sea Wall

Un été à la Goulette

by Férid Boughedir. Reviewed by Julia Clancy-Smith in Night, Day, and Mediterranean Summers: French Colonial Films for the Classroom

Un Français

by Diastème. Reviewed by Liana Vardi in The Politics of Violence: Un Français

Vatel

by Roland Joffé. Reviewed by Bill Beik in The Grandeur of Louis XIV on Film

Vénus noire [Black Venus]

by Abdellatif Kechiche. Reviewed by Matthew Ramsey in Black Venus/Vénus Noire

Versailles

by David Wolstencroft and Simon Mirren. Reviewed by Charlotte C. Wells in Versailles On a Dark and Stormy Night

La veuve de Saint-Pierre [The Widow of Saint-Pierre]

by Patrice Leconte. Reviewed by Thomas Cragin in À bas la guillotine! Vive la bourgeoisie? Lacenaire and The Widow of Saint Pierre

Victor Hugo Vient de Mourir

by Judith Perrignon. Reviewed by Charles Rearick in Victor Hugo’s Funeral as Historical Fiction

La Vie et rien d’autre [Life and Nothing But]

by Bertrand Tavernier. Reviewed by Paul Jankowski and Martha Hanna in Antonin’s Stories and Life and Nothing But

Violette

by Martin Provost. Reviewed by Sandrine Sanos in “A World of Noise and Fury:” Martin Provost’s Violette (2013)

Waterloo

by Sergey Bondarchuk. Reviewed by Charles Esdaile in Waterloo (1970): A Critical Review

The Wound

by Laurent Mauvignier. Reviewed by Patricia M.E. Lorcin in Men at War: Laurent Mauvignier’s The Wound

Yves Saint Laurent

by Jalil Lespert. Reviewed by Mary Lynn Stewart in Too Much and Not Enough: Yves Saint Laurent and Saint Laurent

À la recherche du temps perdu

by Nina Companeez. Reviewed by Adam Watt in Nina Companeez tackles À la recherche du temps perdu