Netflix adds the best Romy Schneider films to its catalog in March

A dozen films arrive on the platform, with Romy at the top of the bill.

Disappeared in 1982, Romy Schneider remains today a great icon of French cinema. A legend that resists even the evolutions of cinema. The proof, Netflix has just announced the imminent arrival of a cycle dedicated to the actress on its catalog. This cycle comprising ten of his most famous films joins the platform’s recent additions in terms of auteur cinema, and in particular French cinema: Claude Berry, Jacques Demy, Agnès Varda and François Truffaut.

The classics of François Truffaut and Jacques Demy will land on Netflix

The classics will therefore be available on Netflix from March 16 The important thing is to love, The trial (by and with Orson Welles) or A woman at her window (with Philippe Noiret and Victor Lanoux). Fans of finding Romy Schneider will also be able to find her alongside Alain Delon in The Pool, Christine and full sunor facing Michel Piccoli in Max and the junkyard and Things of lifeand in a relationship with Yves Montand in Caesar and Rosaliethree films directed by Claude Sautet.

As a reminder, The important thing is to love won Romy Schneider the César for Best Actress in 1976, the very first in the history of the ceremony. The film was also awarded the César for Best Set Design and Best Editing. This year, actress Valérie Lemercier won the Best Actress statuette for Alinea film she is also directing.

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