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Sylvie Pialat


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About Sylvie Pialat

Sylvie Pialat is a 62 years old female from Paris, France. Sylvie is most well known for production, and has 20 known credits, of which 20 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Sylvie Pialat’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Sylvie Pialat’s movies you should definitely watch Rebecca H. (Return to the Dogs) (2010) Sylvie has worked on!

  1. Rebecca H. (Return to the Dogs) (2010)
  2. Police (1985)
  3. Françoise Dolto, for the love of children (2008)
  4. The End (2016)
  5. Heroes Don't Die (2020)

1. Rebecca H. (Return to the Dogs) (2010 Movie)

The best rated movie Sylvie Pialat has been a part of is the drama movie Rebecca H. (Return to the Dogs), where they had the role of production. It has a rating 5.6 on IMDb .

2. Police (1985)

Police has a rating on 6.5 on IMDb . Sylvie Pialat worked on this romance, crime, thriller movie as production.

3. Françoise Dolto, for the love of children (2008)

In Françoise Dolto, for the love of children Sylvie Pialat was worked as producer. This drama, history, documentary, tv movie, biography movie has a rating on 5.7 on IMDb .

4. The End (2016)

This mystery, drama movie has a rating on 5.5 on IMDb . In The End Sylvie Pialat had the role of production.

5. Heroes Don't Die (2020)

Sylvie Pialat was a part of the movie Heroes Don't Die as production. This drama movie has a rating 5.5 on IMDb .

Frequently asked questions

When was Sylvie Pialat born?

Sylvie Pialat’s birthday is on 9 June 1960 .

What is Sylvie Pialat’s gender?

Sylvie Pialat is female.

Where was Sylvie Pialat born?

Sylvie Pialat was born in Paris, France.

What is Sylvie most known for?

Sylvie Pialat is most known for production. Sylvie has worked on 20 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Sylvie Pialat’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Rebecca H. (Return to the Dogs), which has a score of 0.0.

Sylvie’s Filmography

Executive producer. Mangin, a police inspector in Paris, leans hard on informants to get evidence on three Tunisian brothers who traffic in drugs. He arrests one, Simon, and his girl-friend Noria. Simon's brothers go to their lawyer. He springs Noria, who promptly steals 2 million francs that belong to the Tunisians. They suspect her of the theft; her life as well as the lawyer's is in danger. Meanwhile, Noria is playing with both the lawyer and Mangin's affections. Mangin is mercurial anyway: intimidating and bloodying suspects, falling for a police commission trainee before flipping for Noria, wearing his emotions on his sleeve. Can he save the lawyer and Noria, and can he convince her to love?

Executive producer. Depardieu plays an unnamed hunter and we join him and his dog as they depart for a nearby forest to snare some rabbits - or perhaps he's hunting for something far more elusive? His excursion soon progresses from carefree meandering to a palpable sense of placelessness and it doesn't take long before the hunter's dog disappears and he finds himself lost.

Executive producer. A street in Paris. A stranger thinks he is recognized in Joachim a soldier who died in Bosnia on August 21st, 1983, the very day Joachim was born.

Executive producer. Silvia, a single mother and a lawyer, is implicated in a corruption scandal. But in addition to trouble at work, she is also facing a more crippling problem: her mother’s cancer has returned. While she is forced to face up to her mother’s inconceivable yet inescapable death, Silvia embarks on a love story, her first in many years.

Executive producer. Sylvain, a young man, devotes his life to small, local movie theater destined to be shut down. He lives in the theater's basement and is the theater programer, projectionist, and ticket seller. Each night, after the last screening, he leaves the building to carry out a ritual killing.

Executive producer. In order not to be thrown from his big Parisian apartment by his sister, the idiosyncratic pensioner Joseph takes the 20-year-old farmer's daughter Marilyn with him. She wants to complete an apprenticeship as a make-up artist in the capital, preferably for horror films. An unequal pair, which soon finds attraction as well as rejection.

Executive producer. A mother of two gathers her loved ones to celebrate her birthday in her big house near the Loire Valley. The festivities are disrupted by the arrival of her daughter, who is known for her unpredictable outbursts.

Executive producer. Late Bloomers stars Isabella Rossellini and William Hurt as a married couple pulled apart by the threat of old age. Each reacts in a different way: Hurt’s distinguished architect chases after his glory days, while Rossellini’s housewife installs handrails about the house.

Executive producer. Sandrine and Alice are two sisters who, in their thirties, decide the time has come to attempt a reconciliation with their mother.

Executive producer. In September 2011 writer Michel Houellebecq briefly disappeared off the face of the earth. Wild rumours began circulating on the Internet that he’d been abducted by Al-Qaeda or aliens from outer space. Some Twitter users even expressed relief that the controversial author was suddenly no longer around. This film now reveals what really happened: Three tough guys variously with impressive hairstyles and bodybuilder physiques carried off the star intellectual, taking him out of the daily stress of dodging autograph hunters and having his flat renovated and bringing him to a beautiful rural underdog idyll, full of dog grooming, bodybuilding demonstrations, junk cars and Polish sausages. But who was to pay the ransom?

Executive producer. Jacques Arnault, head of Sud Secours NGO, is planning a high impact operation: he and his team are going to exfiltrate 300 orphan victims of the Chadian civil war and bring them to French adoption applicants. Françoise Dubois, a journalist, is invited to come along with them and handle the media coverage for this operation. Completely immersed in the brutal reality of a country at war, the NGO members start losing their convictions and are faced with the limits of humanitarian intervention.

Executive producer. In 1852, the mountain village in Provence where Violette lives is brutally deprived of all its men after the repression of the republicans ordered by Napoleon III. Women spend months in total isolation, desperate to see their men again. In this situation, they make an oath in case a man arrives in the village.

Executive producer. Screenwriter Leo is searching for the wolf in the south of France. During a scouting excursion he is seduced by Marie, a free-spirited and dynamic shepherdess. Nine months later she gives birth to their child. Suffering from post-natal depression and with no faith in Leo, who comes and goes without warning, Marie abandons both of them. Leo finds himself alone, with a baby to care for.

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