Definite yes to both those questions, unfortunately I haven't really had the time to explore film lately, but thanks for the recommendation! I'll be sure to watch the movie (I've heard a couple of the Floyd songs from the soundtrack albums), I should have some time around Thanksgiving or so
It's a website about French cinema, with many filmographies and some biographies of actors / directors / writers. Many films are listed, under different categories (genre, decade, quality or box office). Films listed have ratings, synopsis, credits and often 1 (sometimes 2) review(s).
Yesterday, I have seen a film that could interest you : Stavisky, because it's directed by Alain Resnais (1974), and it's with Jean-Paul Belmondo.
A story maybe a little bit complicated, because it alternates between past, present and future, and we wonder what comes to make Trotsky in this story, despite an attempt of explanation towards the end of the film.
But it's also a nice reconstitution of 1930's, with an impeccable Belmondo, like the supporting cast : Charles Boyer, François Périer, Michael Lonsdale, and even a short appearance of a young and still unknown Gérard Depardieu.
I've seen some scenes of Breathless, but not in full. I'm not really familiar with Godard's films.
For early Belmondo, I forgot Greed in the Sun a.k.a. Cent mille dollars au soleil (1964), with Lino Ventura and Bernard Blier. Excellent film.
Actually, no. I haven't seen many films of early Belmondo, except Is Paris Burning ? (1966), but it's only a participation (he have one scene with Alain Delon, however). I know more the Belmondo of 70's / 80's, that I appreciate.
I have some films with him in reserve, however (same for Delon).