Jean Marboeuf

Born in 1942, Jean Marboeuf is a French director who is deeply committed and draws his themes from the “serie noire”.
Strength and violence characterize the work of this deeply original director whose style seemed to have confused the public up until “Vaudeville” (1985). Yet, none of his works have gone unnoticed: “Bel ordure” (1973), “Monsieur Balbos” (1975), “Genre masculin” (1977), “La ville des silences” (1980), “T’es heureuse ? Moi toujours…” (1982). His latest work, “Grand Guignol” (1986) is being screened at the festival.


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