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Girl with the Golden Eyes (The)

France, French, 95 mins

Original Title

La Fille aux Yeux d'or
  • Director: Jean-Gabriel Albicocco
  • Writer: Pierre Pelegri; Philippe Dumarçay
  • Producer: Gilbert de Goldschmidt

CGiii Comment

Franchise Prevost and Marie Laforet as teacher and student with eyes for each other.


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The(ir) Blurb...

Henri Marsay, a rakish lothario, enjoys sex as something of a gamble and a sport. While participating alongside his friends in elaborate scenarios of erotic gamesmanship, he becomes increasingly preoccupied with his latest conquest, and grows distraught upon discovering a rival in her lesbian paramour. Though now relatively obscure, The Girl with the Golden Eyes was not without enthusiasts upon its initial release. Amos Vogel even arranged a special presentation of the work at his influential film society Cinema 16, situating it as an alternative to the Nouvelle Vague offerings of the era. “A mysterious, perverse Gothic tale, derived from Balzac and transposed to a deceptively contemporary Paris, probes the secret of a bizarre love in an atmosphere of sophisticated decadence,” wrote Vogel in his program notes. “Opulent in its artificiality, the film is especially noteworthy for its visual pyrotechnics, luxuriant imagination and unexpected continuity.”

Cast & Characters

Marie Laforet as La fille;
Paul Guers as Henri Marsay;
Francoise Prevost as Eleonore San Real;
Francoise Dorleac as Katia;
Jacques Verlier as Paul de Mannerville;
Jacques Herlin as Un chauffeur de taxi;
Jacques Porteret as Un devorant;
Philippe Moreau as Un devorant;
Sady Rebbot as Un devorant;
Jean Juillard as Un devorant

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