Jean-Pierre Melville

Oct 20, 1917

Bio: Jean-Pierre Melville (born Jean-Pierre Grumbach) was an amateur filmmaker as a teenager who, after the start of World War II, began making his own independent short and feature films. He hit his stride in the '50s with his memorable adaptation of Jean Cocteau's novel, Les Enfants Terribles, and, over the next 20 years, specialized in intelligent and exciting crime… More


Jean-Pierre Melville Videos

1 minutes 26 seconds
Two Men In Manhattan (US)
2 minutes 35 seconds
Un Flic
4 minutes 24 seconds
Bob Le Flambeur (US)
3 minutes 26 seconds
Army of Shadows (US)
2 minutes 54 seconds

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