Jerome Alden


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Red (1994) -- (Movie Clip) I Don't Have A Daughter With the dog she's just hit in the back of her car, Valentine (Irene Jacob) arrives at the home of Judge Kern (Jean-Louis Trintignant, his first scene), who can't be bothered, in Krzysztof Kieslowski's Red, 1994.
Red (1994) -- (Movie Clip) I'll Get Back To You Opening with credits and fancy trans-Atlantic cable video, and introducing heroine Valentine (Irene Jacob), from Red, 1994, the third film in direct Krzysztof Kieslowski's "Trois Couleurs" trilogy.
Red (1994) -- (Movie Clip) Think Of Something Awful Several moments in the daily life of model Valentine (Irene Jacob), early in Red, 1994, the third film in director Krzysztof Kieslowski's acclaimed "Trois Couleurs" trilogy.
Day For Night (1973) -- (Movie Clip) She Must Be Fine Now Nathalie Baye and Dani as crew members Joelle and Odile, Walter Bal the cameraman, director Francois Truffaut playing director Ferrand, Jacqueline Bisset as actress Julie, dominating without appearing, Bernard Menez the prop man, and Jean-Pierre Leaud as actor Alphonse, in Day For Night, 1973.
Day For Night (1973) -- (Movie Clip) The Way I Do With Fellini Valentina Cortese, in an Academy Award-nominated performance as tipsy French actress Severine, struggles in her first scene with director Francois Truffaut, playing movie director Ferrand, Jean-Pierre Aumont as actor Alexandre, her one-time lover, playing her husband in Day For Night, 1973.
Green Room, The (1978) -- (Movie Clip) We Love The Dead Following a sharp argument over living in the past, Cecilia (Nathalie Baye), newly reacquainted with widower Davenne (director Francois Truffaut), explains why she shares his point of view, in The Green Room a.k.a. The Vanishing Fiancee', 1978, adapted from a Henry James story.
Gaslight (1940) -- (Movie Clip) A Delicate Woman Ex-cop turned stable owner Rough (Frank Pettingell) with a house agent (Aubrey Dexter), scrounging up info about Bella (Diana Wynyard), whose husband resembles a criminal he pursued, and whom he shortly contrives to meet, in the original Gaslight, 1940.
Gaslight (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Dreadful Murder Smashing opening from English director and film scholar Thorold Dickinson, Marie Wright as the victim, camera by early Hitchcock collaborator Bernard Knowles, from the original British National production of Gaslight, 1940.
Gaslight (1940) -- (Movie Clip) You Imagine Things Just getting to know suave Paul (Anton Walbrook) and skittish Bella (Diana Wynyard), just moved into the London house where her aunt was murdered, with their frisky maid Nancy (Cathleen Cordell) from the original Gaslight, 1940.