Belle de Jour (24-May-1967)|
Director: Luis Buñuel
Writers: Luis Buñuel; Jean-Claude Carrière
From novel by: Joseph Kessel
Keywords: Drama, Prostitution
Beautiful young Séverine, married to a surgeon but sexually distant from him, enacts her fantasies of domination and humiliation by working weekday afternoons at a high-class brothel. One of her clients, Marcel, develops a dangerous obsession with her. Won the Leone d'Oro at the Venice Film Festival, and the Bodil Award for Best European Film.
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