Michele Ader


Life Events


Movie Clip

Orokbefogadas (a.k.a. Adoption) (1975) — (Movie Clip) Opening, Kata Stark, naturalistic, intimate, solitary introduction of the lead actor Kati Berek in the credits, in contemporary Hungary, a factory town, opening director and co-writer Márta Mészáros’ Orokbefogadas (a.k.a. Adoption), 1975, winner of the Golden Bear prize at the Berlin Film Festival.
Cousin, Cousine (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Hum A Tune For Me Biju (Ginette Garcin) at her husband's funeral, escorted by daughter Marthe (Marie-Christine Barrault), who is pleased to re-kindle relations with her cousin Ludovic (Victor Lanoux), in Cousin, Cousine, 1975.
Cousin, Cousine (1975) -- (Movie Clip) I Didn't Make It Up! Newly-wed grandmother Biju (Ginette Garcin) greets daughter Marthe (Marie-Christine Barrault) just in time for teenage Nelsa (Catherine Verlor) and her provocative slide-show from the wedding, in Cousin, Cousine, 1975.
Still Of The Night (1982) -- (Movie Clip) I Thought His Wife Should Have It A murder discovered on a still Manhattan evening, then Roy Scheider is shrink Sam Rice, the game on his radio fixing the date at 10/2/1978, when Meryl Streep appears, confirming that the victim was his patient, opening writer-director Robert Benton’s Hitchcock-y Still Of The Night, 1979.
Texans Never Cry -- (Movie Clip) Ride Rangers Opening scene, Gene Autry (this time playing a sergeant with the Texas Rangers) rides in with pals (including sidekick Pat Buttram as "Pecos") to Ride Rangers Ride by Tim Spencer, in Texans Never Cry, 1951.
Cousin, Cousine (1975) -- (Movie Clip) You Guys Having Fun? Stranded together after a wedding, distant cousins Marthe (Marie-Christine Barrault) and Ludovic (Victor Lanoux) killing time until their philandering spouses (Marie-France Pisier, Guy Marchand) return, early in Cousin, Cousine, 1975.
Eight Men Out -- (Movie Clip) -- Before The First Game First Buck Weaver (John Cusack) with young fans, then Cicotte (David Strathairn) dismissing teammate Chick (Michael Rooker) before his meet with owner Comiskey (Clifton James) in writer-director John Sayles' Eight Men Out, 1988.