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Daniel Mesguich

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Cast (feature film)

Rashevski's Tango (2009)
What does it mean to be Jewish? Three generations of the Rashevski family grapple with the question, after the death of Rose, the secular matriarch who believed that the tango would make all troubles disappear. The characters confront issues of relationships, family, religion, love, romance, and int
Musketeer, The (2001) as King Louis Xiii
In 17th century Paris, a dashing swordsman named D'Artagnan finds himself at odds with the powerful forces taking over France. He sets out from the village of Gascogne on a dual mission: to join the King's elite guard of Musketeers and to search for the man who murdered his parents fourteen years ea
Jefferson in Paris (1995) as Mesmer
Set just prior to the French Revolution, the story revolves around Thomas Jefferson, then US ambassador to France, and his relationship with Maria Cosway, the unhappy wife of an unfaithful husband.
Radeau de la Meduse, Le (1995) as Lt Coudein
Based on one of the most notorious episodes in French naval history. During July 1816 the French frigate Medusa leaves Guadalupe en route to Senegal. On board is a crew sympathetic to the recently defeated Napoleon Bonaparte and a captain who hasn't sailed for twenty years and is close to the restor
L'Autrichienne (1990)
The last two days in the life of Marie Antoinette.
La Femme fardee (1990) as Eric
A famous opera singer and a conductor are hired to perform on a luxury ocean cruise for music lovers.
Moliere (1986) as Philippe D'Orleans
Who was Moliere? Everyone knows his name, everyone knows he was one of the world's greatest playwrights. But who was he? Born in 1622, his real name was Jean-Baptiste Poquelin. His father was a successful tapestry-maker, his mother died when he was a boy. He grew up in the teeming streets of 17th century Paris, and was fascinated by the street fairs and traveling carnivals that flourished in spite of, or because, of the repression and hypocrisy of those cruel times. He joins a traveling theatrical troupe while still young, acts all over France and learns his stagecraft playing for brutalized peasants and cynical townspeople. Returning to Paris, he finds favor with King Louis XIV, the Sun King. His life becomes bound up with the life at the magnificent court at Versailles. And with its intrigues. He writes, stages and acts in the plays now famous all over the world. He fights with his enemies and with his friends. Success is followed by failure , defeat is followed by victory. He organizes court festivities and defends himself against court calamities. His theater is taken from life. His life is theatrical. This film tells the story of Moliere. A story as eternal as his plays, as universal as his characters, as fascinating as his life.
Paris Seen By... 20 Years Later (1984) as ("Place Clichy")
Les Mots pour le dire (1983) as Analyst
Beautiful Prisoner, The (1982) as Walter
A young executive, exhausted from the day's efforts and unnerved by his new, empty apartment, has a nightmare.
Quartet (1981) as Pierre Schlamovitz
When her husband's arrest leaves her penniless, a woman accepts an invitation to move in with a strange couple.
La Banquiere (1980) as Lecoudray
Womanlight (1979) as Commissaire
Love on the Run (1979) as Librarian
A divorced man continues to search for romantic happiness.

Writer (feature film)

Folie ordinaire d'une fille de Cham (1988) as From Stage Production

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