This video (Re: En kärlekshistoria) has been derived to us from the YouTube Data API v3 using this link. The googleapis.com domain is owned by Google (the parent company of YouTube). Therefore, we do not have control or permission to remove or modify videos served from googleapis.com.
Lucile Hadžihalilović (born May 7, 1961 in Lyon) is a French filmmaker. She became the first woman to win the Stockholm International Film Festival annual Bronze Horse award for best film for her 2004 film Innocence.
Hadžihalilović was born in Lyon in 1961 to Bosnian immigrant parents. She studied filmmaking at the Institut des hautes études cinématographiques in Paris.
She has worked as an editor of documentaries and features, and is a longtime collaborator with her husband Gaspar Noé, serving as a producer and editor of his short Carne (1991) and feature I Stand Alone (1998). She also collaborated with Noé on the screenplay of his latest film Enter the Void (2009)
Innocence is her second film, following 1996's La Bouche de Jean-Pierre, which was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1996 Cannes Film Festival.
Les cinéphiles - Le retour de Jean (1989)
Les cinéphiles 2 - Eric a disparu (1989)
Carne (1991) (Short film)
La Bouche de Jean-Pierre (1996)
Good Boys Use Condoms (1998) (Short film)
Nectar (2014) (Short film)
Blu-ray/DVD/CD combo pack now available at VinSyn.com, Amazon.com and pretty much everywhere else!
Set in the small town of Freedom, Kansas in 1954, GOOD LUCK, MISS WYCKOFF stars Anne Heywood as Evelyn Wyckoff, a virginal high-school teacher who learns that she has started early menopause. Feeling hopeless and isolated, she is advised by her doctor (Robert Vaughn) and psychiatrist (Donald Pleasance) to find a lover, which results in a series of brutal and horrifying events.
Based on a novel by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright William Inge (Picnic, Splendor in the Grass), GOOD LUCK, MISS WYCKOFF is a haunting story of ill-fated lust and sexual repression set against a backdrop of American racism.
Directed by Marvin Chomsky (Roots, Holocaust), written by Academy Award nominee Polly Platt (Targets, Pretty Baby), with a score by Oscar winning composer Ernest Gold (Exodus), and featuring Dorothy Malone. Ronee Blakley, Carolyn Jones and the feature film debut of John Lafayette, GOOD LUCK, MISS WYCKOFF is being presented uncut for the first time on home video.
Directed by Marvin Chomsky
1978 / USA / 106 minutes + extras / 1.85:1 / Color
+ Blu-Ray/DVD/CD Combo Pack | Region Free | 1.85:1 AR | MONO
+ Restored in 2K from 35mm original camera negative
+ Soundtrack CD (Composer, Ernest Gold)
+ Re-issue cut "THE SIN" (DVD only)
+ Theatrical trailers (DVD only)
+ Television spots (DVD only)
+ Still gallery (DVD only)
+ "Thoughts on William Inge" video interview with Academy Award nominated actress Shirley Knight. (DVD only)
+ English subtitles