Mylène Demongeot: “I haven’t achieved my ultimate goal yet, which is absolute perfection. But I’m still working on it”

French screen idol Brigitte Bardot was her contemporary in the 1950s and 1960s. Still, to this day, Mylène Demongeot (b. 1935 in Nice, France), now a highly acclaimed character actress, is still working in front of the camera. Sixty years ago, she first was the memorable youthful who appeared opposite the French royal screen couple Yves Montand and Simone Signoret in “Les sorcières de Salem” (1957), which earned her a BAFTA nomination as ‘most promising newcomer.’ As a result, lots of doors opened, including for Otto Preminger’s “Bonjour Tristesse” (1958) opposite Deborah Kerr, David Niven and Jean Seberg, while she became a box-office star in her home country, playing Milady de Winter in “Les trois mousquetaires: Première époque – Les ferrets de la reine” (1961), followed by the sequel “Les trois mousquetaires: Tome II—La vengeance de Milady” (1962), and the successful “Fantômas” trilogy—the French answer to James Bond—with “Fantômas” (1964), “Fantômas se déchaîne” (1965) and “Fantômas contre Scotland Yard” (1967), all with Jean Marais in the title role as the man who used his many disguises as his ultimate weapon.

Mylène Demongeot’s latest autobiography, “Mes monstres sacrés: Souvenirs et portraits,” published in 2015

Right from the start, when she played the manipulative mistress in “Bonjour Tristesse” and the blonde who seduced Alain Delon in “Faibles femmes” (1959), Miss Demongeot managed to avoid typecasting; the former model-turned-actress first became a sex symbol, and then a hugely respected actress who gave the French cinema a new elan. Twice nominated for a César, she has been residing in the south of France for many years, but also owns an apartment in Paris where she lives whenever she works in the French capital. Besides acting, her main concerns are the environment, animals, and writing books which has been taking up quite a bit of her time in recent years. Her literary efforts include ‘Les lilas de Kharkov’ (2009) about her mother, as well as books about her long and rewarding career in movies: ‘’Tiroirs secrets’ (2001), ‘Mémoires de cinema: Une vie et des films’ (2011), and ‘Mes monsters sacrés: Souvenirs et portraits’ (2015).

This interview from 2014, at the 8th edition of the Festival International du Film Policier de Liège in Belgium, where she was a member of the jury, was conducted in the salons of the Châteaux des Thermes, located in Chaudfontaine nearby Liège.

Miss Demongeot, writing has become very important to you now, hasn’t it?

Certainly. There’s this one quality that I got and that I’m now very much aware of: I say what I think. Just like that. When I had finished my book about my mother, it took me a few years to rewrite it until the publisher suggested that someone should read it. Two days later, they told me, ‘Not bad, but you’re pretty reserved, aren’t you? You don’t get to the point right away, you really don’t say what you actually think.’ So I decided to start all over again, and I knew then I had to say what was really on my mind. And I did it, I think. The book was very well received; everybody told me it was very honest and truthful.

Mylène Demongeot at the opening ceremonies of the 2014 Festival International du Film Policier de Liège | Leo/Film Talk

Is that most essential to you when you’re writing?

When I write a book, I only need four things: a pen, paper, my hand, and my brain. As soon as the manuscript is finished, I read it, and when I’m ready for it, I start typing it on my computer. Then I don’t have to think about it any longer; I only read it, which is a huge difference. Marc Simenon [son of Belgian author Georges Simenon and Demongeot’s husband from 1966 until his death in 1999] taught me not to use too many adjectives, don’t focus too much on details, tell your story as it comes to mind – things like that. So basically, when you’re writing, you use your hand and your brain, like so many people do in so many different professions—also when you’re acting.

As a veteran from the French cinema, you’re still acting now. You witnessed the French New Wave and everything that has happened since then. What’s your approach now when you appear on the set in the morning?

Let me tell you something. If you look at the old films directed by Julien Duvivier or Henri-Georges Clouzot, they were all masterpieces: beautifully directed, great lightning, inspiring dialogues… That cinema has been dead now for a long time since it was replaced by the New Wave, which introduced a whole different kind of cinema with a completely new structure, as you can see in films by Louis Malle, François Truffaut, Claude Chabrol—although in my opinion, Chabrol is not that different from Duvivier. But anyway, what is still the same, and has always been, is your collaboration with the director, which has always been crucial to me. It still is. When I receive a new script, and I read it for the first time, there are always things to clarify, and you need to get through it with the director, possibly change the dialogue here and there, leave out something that’s not really necessary, or add one or two things that might give a scene or your character an extra dimension. When I was young and just started acting, all I did was listen to the instructions they gave me without asking myself too many questions, but to develop your character to the fullest, you need to collaborate creatively with your director. Both of you need to give and take.

How about the working conditions on the set? To what extend have they changed over the years?

In the late 1950s and early 1960s, they were much better than they are now. They were much more luxurious back then. As an actor, you were worshipped, you know. Don’t forget, this was the era of the stars. You had the American stars, and in France, we had actresses such as Brigitte Bardot, Michèle Morgan, and Micheline Presle. A lot of time and energy was invested in this stardom and the way we all looked because looks were terribly important. Through the years, those have become less crucial. I saw a film the other day that I liked a lot, but I thought, ‘Mon Dieu, what have they done with the leading lady!’ The film absolutely didn’t do her any justice—she was a wonderful actress who didn’t play a glamorous role, but to me, she should have looked much better on the screen. I was upset when I saw that.

Mylène Demongeot at the 2014 Festival International du Film Policier de Liège | Leo/Film Talk

How do you look back to your early days as a French screen star?

You know, the funny thing is that I didn’t have to do anything special to be successful. It doesn’t sound very elegant to say, I know, but it’s the truth. I was pampered and spoiled rotten. People told me that I was beautiful and talented, and they got away with guiding my career in the direction they chose. As the years went by, everything changed. You get older, your so-called beauty—or whatever that means—fades, you start questioning the things you do and everything that happens around you, in your own life, in the world—everything. Your own perception of the world changes entirely…

Do you also notice this evolution in your work?

Absolutely. Whenever I read a script now for the first time, I’m much more critical. First, I go through the entire script and ask myself: what’s it all about? What are they trying to say? Then I go through it all over again and focus on my own character, to see what I can do with it. Is it interesting enough? What can I do with it, or add to it from my perspective as an actress, as a woman, using my own experience, so the character becomes as real and as alive as possible, without overlooking anything. If the part doesn’t interest me at all, I refuse it right away, unless I would accept it only for the money [laughs].

How important are the pre-Montand or Signoret actors of French cinema to the French audiences now? People like Arletty, Jean Marais, Annabella, Louis Jouvet…

I think it is very upsetting that many young actors today don’t have a clue about pre-war French film history. I was on the train to Paris only recently, returning from the south of France where I attended a screening of “La belle et la bête” [1946] starring Jean Marais, and in my compartment was this young and ambitious 22-year-old actress. We started talking, and I asked if she liked Jean Marais. C’est qui, lui? [laughs]. I was so amazed! Then I asked her, ‘How about James Dean? Does that name ring a bell? Marlon Brando? Humphrey Bogart?!’ I gave her several names, but she didn’t know any of them. So I told her, ‘You know, if you really want to become an actress, you should go to the Cinématheque to discover and study what all of those people have done in their lifetime, and see how exceptional they all have been. You have to absorb what they did!’ I once experienced it myself when I was doing “36 Quai des Orfèvres,” way back in 2004. I had an argument with the producer one day about the way I was treated on the set, it was not at all according to my contract, and I told him, ‘You would never do that with Michèle Morgan!’ And he asked me, ‘Who’s that??’ You know, what disturbs me most, is that some of the young actors don’t even care about those old actors. When we were young, we spent as much time as we possibly could watching those old black and white classics. Now, people are looking for instant fame, even if it is just for one day. That’s the major difference with the days when we were young in the early 1950s. We seem to be living in a Kleenex society now: on prend, on jette. Maybe it’s because everything goes so much faster. Yet, it won’t prevent me from doing what I think I should do: I haven’t achieved my ultimate goal yet, which is absolute perfection. But I’m still working on it. I still would love to do that one very special film, to play this one unique part when I, in the end, will be able to say, ‘I did it!’ I still didn’t make it, but as I said, I keep on working as long as I can to get there.

Festival International du Film Policier de Liège
Châteaux des Thermes, Chaudfontaine (Belgium), 27 april 2014


LES ENFANTS DE L’AMOUR, US titles CHILDREN OF LOVE and WASTED LIVES (1953) DIR Léonide Moguy PROD Ayres d’Aguiar SCR Léonide Moguy, Marise Querlin CAM Robert Juillard ED Louisette Hautecoeur MUS Joseph Kosma CAST Etchika Choureau, Lise Bourdin, Joëlle Bernard, Maryse Martin, Jean-Claude Pascal, Valentine Tessier, Mylène Demongeot (Nicole)

FUTURES VEDETTES, a.k.a. FUTURE STARS (1955) DIR Marc Allégret PROD Gilbert Cohen-Seat SCR Roger Vadim (novel by Vicki Baum) CAM Robert Juillard MUS Jean Wiener ED Suzanne de Troye CAST Jean Marais, Brigitte Bardot, Denise Noël, Mischa Auer, Isabelle Pia, Yves Robert, Lila Kedrova, Mylène Demongeot

PAPA, MAMAN, MA FEMME ET MOI…, a.k.a. FATHER, MOTHER, MY WIFE AND I (1955) DIR Jean-Paul Le Chanois PROD Ignace Morgenstern SCR Jean-Pierre Le Chanois, Marcel Aymé, Pierre Véry CAM Marc Fossard ED Emma Le Chanois MUS Georges Van Parys CAST Robert Lamoureux, Gaby Morlay, Fernand Ledoux, Elina Labourdette, Jean Tissier, Louis De Funès, Mylène Demongeot (uncredited)

FROU-FROU, a.k.a. THE TOY WIFE (1955) DIR Augusto Genina PROD Albert Caraco SCR A.E. Carr (novel by Cecil St. Laurent) CAM Henri Alekan ED Léonide Azar MUS Louiguy CAST Dany Robin, Gino Cervi, Philippe Lemaire, Louis de Funès, Jean Wall, Isabelle Pia, Umberto Melnati, Mylène Demongeot (Grieux’ mistress), Mischa Auer, Capucine

IT’S A WONDERFUL WORLD (1956) DIR – SCR Val Guest PROD George Minter CAM Wilkie Cooper ED John Pomeroy MUS Robert Farnon CAST Terence Morgan, George Cole, Kathleen Harrison, Ted Heath, Mylène Demongeot (Georgie Dubois), Dennis Lotis, James Hayter, Harold Lang

LES SORCIÈRES DE SALEM, US title THE CRUCIBLE (1957) DIR Raymond Rouleau PROD Raymond Borderie SCR Jean-Paul Sartre (play by Arthur Miller) CAM Claude Renoir ED Marguerite Renoir MUS Hanns Eisler CAST Simone Signoret, Yves Montand, Jean Debucourt, Alfred Adam, Mylène Demongeot (Abigail Williams), Pascale Petit, Michel Piccoli, Raymond Rouleau

QUAND VIENT L’AMOUR (1957) DIR Maurice Cloche SCR Jacques Robert CAM André Thomas ED Christian Gaudin MUS Norbert Glanzberg CAST Mylène Demongeot (Micheline), Metka Gabrijelcic, Evelyne Ker, Régine Lovi, Milan Milosevic, Stane Potokar

UNE MANCHE ET LA BELLE, US titles A KISS FOR A KILLER and WHAT PRICE MURDER? (1957) DIR Henri Verneuil PROD Michel Safra SCR Henri Verneuil, François Boyer, Annette Wademant (novel by James Hadley Chase) CAM Christian Matras ED Louisette Hautecoeur MUS Paul Durand CAST Henri Vidal, Mylène Demongeot (Eva Dollan), Isa Miranda, Jean-Loup Philippe, Simone Bach, Antonin Berval

BONJOUR TRISTESSE (1958) DIR – PROD Otto Preminger SCR Arthur Laurents (novel by Françoise Sagan) CAM Georges Périnal ED Helga Cranston MUS Georges Auric CAST Deborah Kerr, David Niven, Jean Seberg, Mylène Demongeot (Elsa), Geoffrey Horne, Juliette Gréco, Walter Chiari

SOIS BELLE ET TAIS-TOI, US title BE BEAUTIFUL BUT SHUT UP (1958) DIR Marc Allégret PROD Raymond Eger SCR Marc Allégret, William Benjamin, Jean Marsan (adaptation by Roger Vadim, Gabriel Arout, Odette Joyeux) CAM Armand Thirard ED Suzanne de Troeye MUS Jean Wiener CAST Mylène Demongeot (Virginie Dumayet), Henri Vidal, Darry Cowl, Béatrice Altariba, René Lefèvre, Roger Hanin, Alain Delon, Jean-Paul Belmondo

CETTE NUIT LÀ, a.k.a. THAT NIGHT (1958) DIR Maurice Cazeneuve PROD André Daven SCR Maurice Cazeneuve, Paul Guimard, Henri-François Rey (novel by Michel Lebrun) CAM Léonce-Henri Burel ED Louisette Hautecoeur MUS Claude Bolling, Maurice Leroux, Henri Forterre CAST Mylène Demongeot (Sylvie Mallet), Marcel Ronet, Jean Servais, Françoise Prévost, Jean Lara, Hubert Noël, Florence Arnaud, Claude Bolling

LE VENT SE LÈVE, US title TIME BOMB (1959) DIR Yves Ciampi PROD Raymond Fromet, Jacques Bar SCR Jean-Charles Tacchella (story by Jean-Charles Tacchella; adaptation by Yves Ciampi, Henri-François Rey) CAM Armand Thirard ED Georges Alépée MUS André Hodeir, Henri Crolla CAST Curd Jürgens, Mylène Demongeot (Catherine Mougin), Alain Saury, Paul Mercey, Robert Porte, Daniel Sorano, Jea Daurand

FAIBLES FEMMES, US titles WOMEN ARE WEAK and THREE MURDERESSES (1959) DIR Michel Boisrond PROD Paul Graetz SCR Michel Boisrond, Annette Wademant (novel by Sophie Catala) CAM Robert Lefebvre ED Madeleine Gug MUS Paul Misraki CAST Alain Delon, Mylène Demongeot (Sabine), Pascale Petit, Jacqueline Sassard, Noël Roquevert, André Luguet, Pierre Mondy, Simone Renant

UPSTAIRS AND DOWNSTAIRS (1959) DIR Ralph Thomas PROD Betty E. Box SCR Frank Harvey (novel by Ronald Scott Thorn) CAM Ernest Steward ED Alfred Roome MUS Philip Green CAST Mylène Demongeot (Ingrid), Michael Craig, Anne Heywood, James Robertson Justice, Claudia Cardinale, Daniel Massey, Barbara Steele, Susan Hampshire, Burt Kwouk, Oliver Reed

LA NOTTA BRAVA, US title THE BIG NIGHT (1959) DIR Mauro Bolognini PROD Tonino Cervi, Alessandro Jacovoni SCR Pier Paolo Pasolini, Jacques-Laurent Bost (novel by Pier Paolo Pasolini) CAM Armando Nannuzzi ED Nino Baragli MUS Piero Piccioni CAST Rosanna Schiaffino, Elsa Martinelli, Laurent Terzieff, Anna Maria Ferrero, Franco Interlenghi, Thomas Milian, Mylène Demongeot (Laura)

LA BETTAGLIA DI MARATONA, US title THE GIANT OF MARATHON (1959) DIR Jacques Tourneur PROD Bruno Vailati SCR Ennio De Concini, Bruno Vailati, Augusto Frassinetti (story by Ennio De Concini, Bruno Vailati, Augusto Frassinetti) CAM Mario Bava ED Mario Serandrei MUS Roberto Nicolosi CAST Steve Reeves, Mylène Demongeot (Andromeda), Sergio Fantoni, Alberto Lupo, Daniele Vargas, Gianni Loti, Miranda Campa

SOTTO DIECI BANDIERE, US title UNDER TEN FLAGS (1960) DIR Duilio Coletti PROD Dino De Laurentiis SCR Duilio Coletti, Ulrich Möhr, Vittoriano Petrilli CAM Aldo Tonti ED Jerry Webb MUS Nino Rota CAST Van Heflin, Charles Laughton, Mylène Demongeot (Zizi), John Ericson, Folco Lulli, Cecil Parker, Alex Nicol, Eleonora Rossi Drago, Gian Maria Volontè

UN AMORE A ROMA, a.k.a. LOVE IN ROME (1960) DIR Dino Risi PROD Mario Cecchi-Gori SCR Dino Risi, Ennio Flaiano (novel by Ercole Patti) CAM Mario Montuori ED Otello Colangeli MUS Carlo Rustichelli CAST Mylène Demongeot (Anna Padoan), Elsa Martinelli, Peter Baldwin, Claudio Gora, Maria Perschi, Armando Romeo, Vittorio De Sica

THE SINGER NOT THE SONG (1961) DIR – PROD Roy Ward Baker SCR Nigel Balchin (novel by Audrey Erskine-Lindop) CAM Otto Heller ED Roger Cherrill MUS Philip Green CAST Dirk Bogarde, John Mills, Mylène Demongeot (Locha de Cortinez), Laurence Naismith, John Bentley, Leslie French

LES TROIS MOUSQUETAIRES: PREMIÈRE ÉPOQUE – LES FERRETS DE LA REINE, US title THE FIGHTING MUSKETEERS (1961) DIR Bernard Borderie PROD Raymond Broderie SCR (adaptation by Bernard Borderie, Jean Bernard-Luc; novel by Alexandre Dumas) CAM Armand Thirard ED Christian Gaudin MUS Paul Misraki CAST Gérard Barray, Georges Descrières, Bernard Woringer, Mylène Demongeot (Milady de Winter), Jacques Toja, Jean Carmet

LES TROIS MOUSQUETAIRES: LA VENGEANCE DE MILADY, US title VENGEANCE OF THE THREE MUSKETEERS (1961) DIR Bernard Borderie PROD Raymond Borderie, Henri Jaquillard SCR Bernard Borderie, Jean Bernard-Luc (novel by Alexandre Dumas) CAM Armand Thirard ED Christian Gaudin MUS Paul Misraki CAST Gérard Barray, Mylène Demongeot (Milady de Winter), Jean Carmet, Perrette Pradier, George Descrières, Bernard Woringer, Jacques Toja

IL RATO DELLE SABINE, US title ROMULUS AND THE SABINES (1961) DIR Richard Poittier EXEC PROD Carlo Infascelli, Enrico Bomba SCR Carlo Infascelli, Edoardo Anton (story by Carlo Infascelli, Edoardo Anton) CAM Bitto Albertini ED Enzo Alabiso MUS Carlo Rustichelli CAST Roger Moore, Mylène Demongeot (Rea), Jean Marias, Rosanna Schiaffino, Giogria Moll, Scillia Gabel, Marino Masé

COPACABANA PALACE, a.k.a. GIRL GAME and THE SAGA OF THE FLYING HOSTESSES (1962) DIR Steno PROD Livio Bruni, Francisco Verde, Franco Cancellieri, Paolo Sá Pinto, Abilio Pereira de Almeida, Francisco Lorente SCR Luciano Vincenzoni, Sergio Amidei (story by Luciano Vincenzoni, Jorge Dória, Thalma de Oliveira, Silveira Sampaio, Henrique Pongetti) CAM Massimo Dallamano ED Wallace Simonsen MUS Gianni Ferrio CAST Sylva Koscina, Walter Chiari, Mylène Demongeot (Zina von Raunacher), Paolo Ferrari, Gloria Paul, Claude Rich

I DON GIOVANNI DELLA COSTA AZZURRA, US title BEACH CASANOVA (1962) DIR Vittorio Sala PROD Enzo Merolle SCR Vittorio Sala, Fabio Rinaudo (story by Vittorio Sala, Fabio Rinaudo) CAM Fausto Zuccolli ED Renato Cinquini MUS Roberto Nicolosi CAST Curd Jürgens, Martine Carol, Annette Stroyberg, Coccinelle, Capucine, Gabriele Ferzetti, Daniela Rocca, Mylène Demongeot, Jean-Paul Belmondo

ORO PER I CESARI, US title GOLD FOR THE CEASARS (1963) DIR André De Toth, Sabatino Ciuffini PROD Joseph Fryd SCR Arnold Perl (novel by Florence A. Seward) CAM Raffaele Masciocchi ED Franco Fraticelli MUS Franco Mannino CAST Jeffrey Hunter, Mylène Demongeot (Penelope), Ron Randall, Massimo Girotti, Giulio Bosetti, Ettore Manni, Georges Lycan

À CAUSE, À CAUSE D’UNE FEMME, US title BECAUSE, BECAUSE OF A WOMAN (1963) DIR – PROD Michel Deville SCR Michel Deville, Nina Companeez (story and adaptation by Michel Deville, Nina Companeez) CAM Claude Lecomte ED Nina Companeez MUS Jean Dalve CAST Mylène Demongeot (Lisette), Jill Haworth, Marie Laforêt, Juliette Mayniel, Jacques Charrier, Helmut Griem

DOCTOR IN DISTRESS (1963) DIR Ralph Thomas PROD Betty E. Box SCR Nicholas Phipps, Ronald Scott Thorn CAM Ernest Steward ED Alfred Roome MUS Norrie Paramor CAST Dirk Bogarde, Samantha Eggar, James Robertson Justice, Mylène Demongeot (Sonia / Helga Stronberg), Donald Houston, Barbara Murray, Jessie Evans, Leo McKern, Frank Finlay

L’APPARTEMENT DES FILLES, a.k.a. GIRL’S APARTMENT (1963) DIR Michel Deville PROD Paul Graetz SCR Michel Deville, Nina Companeez (novel by Jacques Robert) CAM Claude Lecomte MUS Jean Dalve CAST Mylène Demongeot (Mélanie), Sylva Koscina, Renate Ewert, Sami Frey, Jean-François Calvé

CHERCHEZ L’IDOLE, a.k.a. FIND THE IDOL (1964) DIR Michel Boisrond PROD Mario Chabert SCR Richard Balducci (adaptation by Annette Wademant) CAM Raymond Pierre Lemoigne ED Geneviève Vaury MUS Georges Garvarentz CAST Dany Saval, Franck Fernandel, Berthe Granval, Dominique Boschero, Pierre Doris, Sylvie Vartan, Eddy Mitchell, Mylène Demongeot (Herself), Charles Aznavour, Johnny Hallyday, Juliette Gréco, Marie Laforêt, Jean Marais

FANTÔMAS, US title FANTOMAS (1964) DIR André Hunebelle PROD Alberto Pugliese, Cyril Grize, Luciano Ercoli SCR Jean Halain, Pierre Foucaud (novels by Pierre Souvestre, Marcel Allain) CAM Marcel Grignon ED Jean Feyte MUS Michel Magne CAST Jean Marias, Louis de Funès, Mylène Demongeot (Hélène), Jacques Dynam, Robert Dalban, Marie-Hélène Arnaud, Anne-Marie Peysson, Christian Toma

ONKEL TOMS HÜTTE, US title UNCLE TOM’S CABIN (1965) DIR Géza von Radványi PROD Aldo von Pinelli SCR Géza von Radványi, Fred Denger (novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe) CAM Heinz Hölscher ED Victor Palfi, Hans Schubert MUS Peter Thomas CAST John Kitzmiller, Herbert Lom, Olive Moorfield, O.W. Fischer, Catana Cayetano, Gertraud Mittermayr, Mylène Demongeot (Harriet), Charles Fawcett, Juliette Gréco, Eartha Kitt

FURIA À BAHIA POUR OSS 117, US title OSS 117: MISSION FOR A KILLER (1965) DIR André Hunnebelle PROD Luciano Ercoli, Alberto Pugliese, Paul Cadéac SCR André Hunnebelle, Pierre Foucaud, Jean Halain (novel by Jean Bruce) CAM Marcel Grignon ED Jean Feyte MUS Michel Magne CAST Frederick Stafford, Mylène Demongeot (Anna-Maria Sulza), Raymond Pellegrin, Perrette Pradier, Annie Anderson, Jacques Riberolles, François Maistre

FANTÔMAS DE DÉCHAÎNE, a.k.a. FANTOMAS UNLEASHED (1965) DIR André Hunebelle, Haroun Tazieff SCR Jean Halain, Pierre Foucaud (novels by Pierre Souvestre, Marcel Allain) CAM Raymond Pierre Lemoigne ED Jean Feyte MUS Michel Magne CAST Jean Marais, Louis de Funès, Mylène Demongeot (Hélène), Jacques Dynam, Robert Dalban, Albert Dagnant, Christian Toma

TENDRE VOYOU, US title TENDER SCOUNDREL (1966) DIR Jean Becker PROD Paul-Edmond Decharme SCR Jean Becker, Albert Simenon, Daniel Boulanger (story by Albert Simenon) CAM Edmond Séchan ED Monique Kirsanoff MUS Michel Legrand CAST Jean-Paul Belmondo, Nadja Tiller, Jean-Pierre Marielle, Robert Morley, Geneviève Page, Marcel Dalio, Micheline Dax, Philippe Noiret, Mylène Demongeot (Muriel), Stefania Sandrelli

BEL AMI 2000 ODER WIE VERFÜHRT MAN EINEN PLAYBOY?, US title HOW TO SEDUCE A PLAYBOY (1966) DIR Michael Pfleghar PROD Mario Siciliano, Karl Spiehs SCR Michael Pfleghar, Klaus Munro, Mario Siciliano, Kurt Nachmann CAM Ernst Wild ED Margot von Schlieffen MUS Heinz Kiessling CAST Peter Alexander, Antonella Lualdi, Scilla Gabel, Helga Anders, Linda Christian, Jocelyn Lane, Renato Salvatori, Bernard Blier, Mylène Demongeot

FANTÔMAS CONTRE SCOTLAND YARD, a.k.a. FANTOMAS VS. SCOTLAND YARD (1967) DIR André Hunebelle PROD Alain Poiré, Paul Cadéac SCR Jean Halain, Pierre Foucaud (novels by Pierre Souvestre, Marcel Allain) CAM Marcel Grignon ED Pierre Gilette MUS Michel Magne CAST Jean Marais, Louis de Funès, Mylène Demongeot (Hélène), Françoise Christophe, Jean-Roger Caussimon, Robert Dalban, André Dumas, Max Montavon

THE PRIVATE NAVY OF SGT. O’FARRELL (1968) DIR Frank Tashlin PROD John Beck SCR Frank Tashlin (story by John L. Greene, Robert M. Fresco) CAM Alan Stensvold ED Eda Warren MUS Harry Sukman CAST Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Jeffrey Hunter, Mylène Demongeot (Gabby), Gina Lollobrigida, John Myhers, Mako, Henry Wilcoxon, Dick Sargent, William Wellman Jr.

12 + 1 (1969) DIR Nicolas Gessner PROD Claude Giroux, Edward J. Pope SCR Nicolas Gessner, Antonio Altoviti, Lucia Drudi Demby, Yevgeni Petrov, Ilya Ilf CAM Giuseppe Ruzzolini ED Giancarlo Cappelli MUS Carlo Rustichelli CAST Sharon Tate, Vittorio Gassman, Orson Welles, Vittorio De Sica, Terry-Thomas, Grégoire Aslan, Mylène Demongeot (Judy), John Steiner

LE CHAMPIGNON, US title THE MUSHROOM (1970) DIR Marc Simenon PROD Georges Cheyko, Paul Laffargue SCR Marc Simenon, Alphonse Boudard CAM Marcel Combes ED Etiennette Muse MUS Les Zoo, Yves Favier CAST Mylène Demongeot (Anne Calder), Jean-Claude Bouillon, Alida Valli, Philippe Monet, Catherine Allégret, Jean Claudio, Georges Géret

L’EXPLOSION, US title THE HIDEOUT (1971) DIR Marc Simenon PROD Paul Laffargue SCR Alphonse Boudard CAM Raoul Coutard MUS Henri Salvador CAST Richard Harrison, Mylène Demongeot (Katia), Mario David, Dominique Delpierre, Fernand Gravey, Philippe Monnet, Frédéric de Pasquale

MONTREAL BLUES (1972) DIR Raymond Cloutier, Pascal Gélinas PROD Jean Dansereau CAM Allen Smith ED Pascal Gélinas CAST Paul Baillargeon, Jocelyn Bérubé, Raymond Cloutier, Mylène Demongeot, Suzanne Garceau, Francine Lapan

QUELQUES ARPENTS DE NEIGE, a.k.a. SOME ACRES OF SNOW (1972) DIR Denis Héroux PROD Claude Héroux SCR Marcel Lefebvre, Gilles Ellie CAM Bernard Chentrier ED Yves Langlois MUS François Cousineau CAST Christine Olivier, Daniel Polin, Mylène Demongeot (Laura), Jean Duceppe, Frédéric de Pasquale, Daniel Gadouas

J’AI MON VOYAGE!, a.k.a. I’VE HAD IT (1973) DIR Denis Héroux PROD Claude Héroux SCR Gilles Richer CAM Bernard Chentrier ED Etiennette Muse MUS Claude Bolling CAST Dominique Michel, Jean Lefebvre, Régis Simard, René Simard, Francis Blanche, Mylène Demongeot (Madame De Chatiez), Denise Proulx

PAR LE SANG DES AUTRES, a.k.a. BY THE BLOOD OF OTHERS (1974) DIR Marc Simenon PROD Claude Héroux SCR Jean-Max CAM René Verzier ED Etiennette Muse MUS Francis Lai CAST Yves Beneyton, Francis Blanche, Bernard Blier, Robert Castel, Mylène Demongeot (The Prostitute), Monita Derrieux, Claude Piéplu, Charles Vanel

LES NOCES DE PORCELAINE, a.k.a. THE PORCELAIN ANNIVERSARY (1975) DIR Roger Coggio PROD Roger Coggio, Simone Allouche SCR Roger Coggio, Bernard G. Landry, Pierre Philippe CAM Jean Boffety ED Raymonde Guyot MUS Alain Goraguer CAST Colette Teissèdre, Jean-François Rémi, Mylène Demongeot (Julia), Françoise Giret, Michel Bardinet, Michel de Ré, Paul Guers, Sybil Danning

IL FAUT VIVRE DANGEREUSEMENT, a.k.a. ONE MUST LIVE DANGEROUSLY (1975) DIR Claude Makovski PROD Nelly Kaplan SCR Claude Makovski, Nelly Kaplan, Claude Veillot (novel by Raymond Marlot) CAM Jean Badal ED Jocelyne Triquet MUS Claude Bolling CAST Annie Girardot, Claude Brasseur, Sydney Rome, Hans Christian Blech, Roger Blin, Daniel Ivernel, Mylène Demongeot (Laurence)

L’ÉCHAPPATOIRE (1977) DIR – SCR Claude Patin EXEC PROD Henry Dutrannoy CAM Claude Cassard ED Jean Hamon MUS Joëlle Piriac CAST Michèle Bertrand, Christian Baltauss, Guy Di Rigo, Mylène Demongeot (Elisabeth), Mova Person, Gérard Loreau, Claude Ogé

UN JOUR UN TUEUR (1979) DIR – SCR Serge Korber PROD Jean-Pierre Sammut CAM Jacques Assuérus ED Marie-Claire Korber MUS Gigi Candy CAST Mylène Demongeot (Cécile Pallas), Jean Gaven, Patrick Préjean, Alain Doutey, Joëlle Guillard, Jean-Loup Philippe, Serge Korber

SIGNÉ FURAX (1981) DIR Marc Simenon PROD Mylène Demongeot, Gilbert de Goldschmidt SCR Marc Simenon, Xavier Gélin (novel by Francis Blanche, Pierre Dac) CAM André Domage ED Peter Colin, Georges Klotz MUS Gérard Loussine, Jean-Jacques Giraud CAST Maurice Risch, Pierre Tchernia, Pierre Tornade, Dany Saval, Michel Galabru, Michel Constantin, Pierre Mondy, Mylène Demongeot (Malvina)

SURPRISE PARTY (1983) DIR – SCR Roger Vadim PROD Georges Class, Dany Cohen CAM Georges Barsky ED Raymond Lewin MUS Michel Magne CAST Caroline Cellier, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Christian Vadim, Michel Duchaussoy, Robert Hossein, Maurice Ronet, Mylène Demongeot (Geneviève Lambert), Roger Vadim

LE BÂTARD, a.k.a. THE BASTARD (1983) DIR Bertrand Van Effenterre SCR Bertrand Van Effenterre, Pierre-Alain Maubert (novel by Erskine Caldwell) CAM François Catonné ED Joëlle Van Effenterre MUS Norbert Aboudarham CAST Gérard Klein, Brigitte Fossey, Julie Jézéquel, Mylène Demongeot (Brigitte), Victoria Abril, Didier Flamand, Jean-Jacques Biraud, Patrick Bruel

FLICS DE CHOC (1983) DIR Jean-Pierre Desagnat SCR Jean Ardy, Guy Pérol (novel by Serge Jacquemard) CAM Maurice Fellous ED Janette Kronegger MUS Emilhenco CAST Pierre Banderet, Marc Chapiteau, Pierre Massimi, Jean-Luc Moreau, Chantal Nobel, Mylène Demongeot (The Mistress), Laetitia Gabrielli

RETENEZ-MOI… OU JE FAIS UN MALHEUR!, a.k.a. TO CATCH A COP (1984) DIR Michel Gérard ASSOC PROD Georges Chappedelaine SCR Michel Gérard (adaptation by Michel Gérard, David Milhaud) CAM Jean Monsigny ED Gérard Le Du MUS Vladimir Cosma CAST Jerry Lewis, Michel Blanc, Charlotte de Turckheim, Michel Peyleron, Gérard Hérold, Mylène Demongeot (Woman on the Bench)

YOROPPA TOKKYU, a.k.a. PRINCESS AND THE PHOTOGRAPHER (1984) DIR Yukata Ohara PROD Hiroshi Fujakura SCR Yukata Ohara, Kazuo Kuroi CAM Katsuhiro Kato ED Chizuko Osada MUS Tetsuji Hayashi CAST René Clément, Mylène Demongeot, Georges Moustaki, Gabrielle Sagnier, Maria Schneider, Tetsuya Takeda

MON AMI WASHINGTON, a.k.a. MY FRIEND WASHINGTON (1984) DIR Helvio Soto ASSOC PROD José Antonio Pérez Giner SCR Kenneth Livesay CAM Hans Burmann, Denys Clerval ED Rodney Holland MUS Miguel de Zito CAST Larry Lamb, Elizabeth Grosz, Benoît Régent, Simón Andreu, Vernon Dobtcheff, Mylène Demongeot

PAULETTE, LA PAUVRE PETITE MILLIARDAIRE (1986) DIR Claude Confortès PROD Paul Claudon SCR Claude Confortès (comics by Georges Pichard, Georges Wolinski) CAM Claude Agostini MUS Nicolas Errèra CAST Catherine Leprince, Luis Rego, Gérard Desarthe, Roland Blanche, Jeanne Marine, Mylène Demongeot (Madame Gulderbilt), Georges Wolinski

TENUE DE SOIRÉE, US title MÉNAGE (1986) DIR – SCR Bertrand Blier PROD René Cleitman CAM Jean Penzer ED Claudine Merlin MUS Serge Gainsbourg CAST Gérard Depardieu, Michel Blanc, Miou-Miou, Michel Creton, Jean-François Stévenin, Mylène Demongeot (Wife in House 3), Bruno Cremer, Jean-Pierre Mareille

BÉRUCHET DIT LA BOULIE (1988) DIR – SCR Béruchet CAM Marcel Grignon ED Nicole Saunier MUS Guy Léonard CAST Béruchet, Rahel Fosse, Marco Perrin, Muriel Montossé, Georges Lucas, Mylène Demongeot

LA PISTE DU TÉLÉGRAPHE, a.k.a. THE TELEGRAPH ROUTE (1994) DIR – SCR Liliane de Kermadec CAM Iouri Liubchin, Pierre-Laurent Chénieux MUS Antoine Duhamel CAST Elena Safonova, Christopher Chaplin, Mylène Demongeot (Muriel), Pedrag ‘Miki’ Manojlovic, Shan Cong, Jean-Yves Gautier

L’HOMME IDÉAL (1997) DIR Xavier Gélin SCR Xavier Gélin, Dominique Chaussois, Jérôme Salle, Pascal Légitimus, Gilles Niego CAM Jean-Claude Aumont ED Yves Deschamps CAST Pascal Légitimus, Christophe Malavoy, Daniel Russo, Amélie Pick, Zabou Breitman, Fanny Cottençon, Mylène Demongeot (Guillemette), François Berléand

FEUX ROUGES, a.k.a. RED LIGHTS (2004) DIR Cédric Kahn PROD Patrick Godeau SCR Cédric Kahn, Gilles Marchand, Laurence Ferreira Barbosa (novel by Georges Simenon) CAM Patrick Blossier ED Yann Dedet CAST Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Carole Bouquet, Vincent Deniard, Mylène Demongeot (voice only)

VICTOIRE (2004) DIR Stéphanie Murat PROD Alain Rozanès, Pascal Verroust SCR Stéphanie Murat, Gilles Laurent CAM Thomas Bataille ED Benoît Alavoine MUS Marco Prince CAST Sylvie Testud, Mylène Demongeot (The Mother), Pierre Arditi, Philippe Khorsand, Catherine Samie, Florence Loiret Caille, Aurore Clément

36 QUAI DES ORFÈVRES, US title 36TH PRECINCT (2004) DIR Olivier Marchal PROD Franck Chorot, Cyril Colbeau-Justin, Jean-Baptiste Dupont SCR Olivier Marchal, Frank Mancuso, Julien Rappeneau (adaptation by Olivier Marchal) CAM Denis Rouden ED Hughues Darmois MUS Axelle Renoir, Erwann Kermorvant CAST Daniel Auteuil, Gérard Depardieu, André Dussollier, Roschdy Zem, Valeria Golino, Daniel Duval, Francis Renaud, Mylène Demongeot (Manou Berliner)

TOKYO TOWER (2005) DIR Takashi Minamoto PROD Seiji Okuda SCR Takisha Minamoto (novel by Kaori Eguni) CAM Kazuki Hakama ED Mototaka Kusakabe MUS Hajime Mizoguchi CAST Hitomi Kuroki, Jun’ichi Okada, Jun Matsumoto, Shinobu Terajima, Mylène Demongeot

CAMPING (2006) DIR Fabien Onteniente PROD Patrick Godeau SCR Fabien Onteniente, Franck Dubosc, Philippe Guillard, Emanuel Booz CAM Jérôme Robert ED Nicole Saunier, Vincent Tabaillon MUS Frédéric Botton CAST Gérard Lanvin, Mathilde Seigner, Franck Dubosc, Claude Brasseur, Mylène Demongeot (Laurette Pic), Antoine Duléry

LA CALIFORNIE, US title FRENCH CALIFORNIA (2006) DIR Jacques Fieschi PROD Christine Gozlan, Edouard Weil SCR Jacques Fieschi (short story by Georges Simenon) CAM Jérôme Alméras ED Luc Barnier MUS Mino Cinélu CAST Nathalie Baye, Roschdy Zem, Ludivine Sagnier, Mylène Demongeot (Katia), Radivoje Bukvic, Xavier De Guillebon

SOUS LES TOITS DE PARIS, a.k.a. BENEATH THE ROOFTOPS OF PARIS (2007) DIR – SCR Hiner Saleem PROD Dominique Barneaud, Robert Guédiguian CAM Andreas Sinanos ED Joëlle Hache MUS Jacno, Lily Margot, Doc Mateo CAST Michel Piccoli, Mylène Demongeot (Thérèse), Maurice Bénichou, Marie Kremer, Birol Ünel, Rudi Rosenberg

TRICHEUSE, US title SO WOMAN! (2009) DIR Jean-François Davy PROD Jean-François Davy, Jean-François Geneix SCR Jean-François Davy, Michel Delgado, Karine de Demo CAM Wilfrid Sempé ED Sylvie Petat MUS Alain Auclair CAST Hélène de Fougerolles, Zinedine Soualem, Valérie Kaprisky, Michel Duchaussoy, Mylène Demongeot (Madame Vallardin), Patrick Bouchitey, Bernadette Lafont

OSCAR ET LA DAME, US title OSCAR AND THE LADY IN PINK (2009) DIR Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt PROD Philippe Godeau, Olivier Rausin, Bruno Metzger SCR Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt (also play) CAM Virginie Saint-Martin ED Philippe Bourgeuil MUS Michel Legrand CAST Michèle Laroque, Amir Ben Abdelmoumen, Max von Sydow, Amira Casar, Constance Dollé, Jérôme Kircher, Mylène Demongeot (Lily), Benoît Brière

CAMING 2 (2010) DIR Fabien Onteniente PROD Patrice Ledoux SCR Fabien Onteniente, Franck Dubosc, Philippe Guillard, Emanuel Booz (original idea by Fabien Onteniente, Franck Dubosc) CAM Jérôme Robert ED Véronique Lange MUS Frédéric Botton, Jean-Yves d’Angelo, Alexis Rault CAST Franck Dubosc, Mathilde Seigner, Claude Brasseur, Mylène Demongeot (Laurette Pic), Antoine Duléry, Richard Anconina

SI TU MEURS, JE TE TUE (2011) DIR – SCR Hiner Saleem PROD Antoine de Clermont-Tonnerre CAM Manuel Teran ED Emmanuelle Mimran MUS Bruno Bertoli CAST Jonathan Zaccaï, Golshifteh Farahani, Billey Demirtas, Mylène Demongeot (Geneviève), Jane Birkin, Feyyaz Duman, Hiner Saleem

ELLE S’EN VA, a.k.a. ON MY WAY (2013) DIR Emmanuelle Bercot PROD Olivier Delbosc, Marc Missonnier SCR Emmanuelle Bercot, Jérôme Tonnerre CAM Guillaume Schiffman ED Julien Leloup CAST Catherine Deneuve, Némo Schiffman, Gérard Garouste, Camille, Mylène Demongeot (Fanfan), Hafsia Herzi

CAMPING 3 (2016) DIR Fabien Onteniente PROD Patrick Godeau, Jérôme Seydoux SCR Fabien Onteniente, Franck Dubosc (adaptation by Fabien Onteniente, Franck Dubosc) CAM Pierric Gantelmi d’Ille ED Elisa Aboulker, Bruno Safar, Sandro Lavezzi MUS Jean-Yves d’Angelo, Maxime Desprez, Michaël Tordjman CAST Franck Dubosc, Claude Brasseur, Mylène Demongeot (Laurette Pic), Antoine Dulery, Michèle Laroque, Gérard Jugnot

SAGE FEMME, a.k.a. THE MIDWIFE (2017) DIR – SCR Martin Provost PROD Olivier Delbosc CAM Yves Cape ED Albertine Lastera MUS Grégoire Hetzel CAST Catherine Frot, Catherine Deneuve, Olivier Gourmet, Quentin Dolmaire, Mylène Demongeot (Rolande), Pauline Etienne, Pauline Parigot


DOUZE HEURES POUR MOURIR (1978) DIR Adber Isker TELEPLAY Jacques Jacquine CAST Féodor Atkine, Claude Brosset, Gérard Darmon, Jacques Dacqmine, Marina Vlady, Mylène Demongeot (Germaine)

BIG MAN: POLIZZA DROGA, a.k.a. BIG MAN: AN UNUSUAL INSURANCE (1988) DIR Steno PROD Mario Cecchi Gori, Vittorio Cecchi Gori TELEPLAY Steno, Carlo Pedersoli [Bud Spencer], Lucio De Caro CAM Silvano Ippoliti ED Raimondo Crociani MUS Guido De Angelis, Maurizio De Angelis, Karel Svoboda CAST Bud Spencer, Denis Karvil, Raymond Pellegrin, Armand Meffre, Mylène Demongeot (Fernande)

BIG MAN: LA FANCIULLA CHE RIDE, a.k.a. BIG MAN: THE FALSE ETRUSCAN (1988) DIR Steno PROD Mario Cecchi Gori, Vittorio Cecchi Gori TELEPLAY Steno, Carlo Pedersoli [Bud Spencer], Lucio De Caro CAM Silvano Ippoliti ED Raimondo Crociani MUS Guido De Angelis, Maurizio De Angelis, Karel Svoboda CAST Bud Spencer, Raimund Harmstorf, Denis Karvil, Jacques Sernas, Mario Pilar, Mylène Demongeot (Fernande)

BIG MAN: DIVA, a.k.a. BLOOD AND DIAMONDS (1988) DIR Steno PROD Nicolas Traube TELEPLAY Steno, Carlo Pedersoli [Bud Spencer], Simon Michael, Ottavio Jemma (story by Steno, Lucio De Caro) CAM Silvano Ippoliti ED Nicole Sauner MUS Guido De Angelis, Maurizio De Angelis, Karel Svoboda CAST Bud Spencer, Ursula Andress, Denis Karvil, Paul Guers, Michel Albertini, Jean Boissery, Mylène Demongeot (Fernande)

BIG MAN: BOOMERANG (1988) DIR Steno PROD Mario Cecchi Gori, Vittorio Cecchi Gori TELEPLAY Steno, Carlo Perdersoli [Bud Spencer], Lucio De Caro CAM Silvano Ippoliti ED Raimondo Crociani MUS Guido De Angelis, Maurizio De Angelis, Karel Svoboda CAST Bud Spencer, Denis Karvil, Raymond Pellegrin, John Steiner, Isabel Russinova, Natalino Libralesso, Mylène Demongeot (Fernande)

BIG MAN: 395 DOLLARI L’ONCIA, a.k.a. BIG MAN: $ 395 AN OUNCE (1988) DIR Steno EXEC PROD Ghaspard de Chavagnac TELEPLAY Steno, Carlo Perdersoli [Bud Spencer], Lucio De Caro, Simon Michael (story by Steno, Lucio De Caro) CAM Silvano Ippoliti ED Nicole Sauner MUS Guido De Angelis, Maurizio De Angelis, Karel Svoboda CAST Bud Spencer, Michel Constantin, Denis Karvil, Pascale Roberts, Venantino Venantini, Mylène Demongeot (Fernande)

BIG MAN: POLIZZA INFERNO, a.k.a. BIG MAN: A POLOCY FOR HELL (1988) DIR Maurizio Ponzi PROD Mario Cecchi Gori, Vittorio Cecchi Gori TELEPLAY Enrico Vanzina (story by Steno, Carlo Pedersoli [Bud Spencer], Lucio De Caro) CAM Silvano Ippoliti ED Raimondo Crociani MUS Guido De Angelis, Maurizio De Angelis, Karel Svoboda CAST Bud Spencer, Denis Karvil, Hartmut Becker, Josef Fröhlich, Claus Ringer, Robert Sommer, Mylène Demongeot (Fernande)

THE MAN WHO LIVED AT THE RITZ (1989) DIR Desmond Davis PROD Frank Agrama, Riccardo Tozzi, Henri Spade TELEPLAY Gordon Cotler (novel by A.E. Hotchner) CAST Joss Ackland, Sophie Barjac, Geoffrey Bateman, Leslie Caron, Nathalie Cerda, Marc Dejonge, Mylène Demongeot (Madame Rochaise), Donald Douglas

VACANCES AU PURGATOIRE (1992) DIR Marc Simenon PROD John Simenon, Serge Korber TELEPLAY Valentine Albin CAM Jean Jacques Guyard ED Alain Bayet MUS Hervé Lavandier, Ramon Pipin CAST Marie-Anne Chazel, Bunny Godillot, Michel Pilorgé, Louba Guertchikoff, Mylène Demongeot (Mathilde), Thierry de Peretti

LA TÊTE HAUTE (2005) DIR Gérard Jourd’hui PROD Gaëlle Girre TELEPLAY (novel by Georges Simenon) CAM Dominique Bouilleret ED Pascal Latil, Anna Ruiz CAST Eddy Mitchell, Anna Galiena, Ticky Holgado, Mylène Demongeot (La Tine), Cris Campion, Nathalie Courval, Ginette Garcin

LE FANTÔME DU LAC (2007) DIR Philippe Niang PROD Patrick Moine, Gaspard de Chavagnac TELEPLAY Philippe Niang, Patrick Moine CAM Philippe Guilbert ED Marie Dominique Danjou MUS Eric Chevalier CAST Bernard Yerlès, Linda Hardy, Jean-Louis Foulquier, Claude Girard, Olivia Brunaux, Mylène Demongeot (Louise Perreau)

LA BALLADE DE LUCIE (2013) DIR – TELEPLAY Sandrine Ray PROD Alain Pancrazi, Odile McDonald CAM Olivier Cocaul MUS Renaud Barbier CAST Sandrine Bonnaire, Mylène Demongeot (The Mother), Nicolas Gob, Zacharie Chasseriaud, Antoine Rodet, Jean-Pierre Lorit, Manuel Blanc

LES MAUVAISES TÊTES (2013) DIR Pierre Isoard TELEPLAY Pierre Isoard, Lorène Delannoy, Anne Rambach, Marine Rambach CAM Willy Stassen ED Régine Leclerc MUS Damien Salançon CAST Daniel Prévost, Camélia Jordana, Mylène Demongeot (Virginie), Luce Mouchel, Anne Loiret, Benjamin Egner, Benjamin Wangermee

DES ROSES EN HIVER (2014) DIR Lorenzo Gabriele PROD Sylvette Frydman, Jean-François Lepetit TELEPLAY Anne Valton, Luc Jabon, Lorenzo Gabriele CAM Stéphane Cami ED Jean-Daniel Fernandez-Qundez MUS Thierry Malet CAST Mylène Demongeot (Madeleine), Jean-Pierre Marielle, Léa Drucker, François Vincentelli, Aurélien Wiik, Laurent Bateau, Stéphane Metzger

3 MARRIAGES ET UN COUP DE FOUDRE (2016) DIR Gilles de Maistre PROD Nimrod Shanit TELEPLAY Yaël Berdugo, Béatrice Fournera CAST Samir Boitard, Nicolas Carpentier, Mylène Demongeot (Mamita), Laetitia Loreni, Héléna Noguerra, Elisa Tovati