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Gérard Brach Edit Profile


Gérard Brach, French screenwriter.


Brach, Gérard was born on July 25, 1927 in Paris.


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  • Other Work

    • Screenwriter: Wonderwall, 1969, Le Point de mire, 1977, Chiedo Asilo, 1979, Le Coeur a l'envers, 1980, Quest For Fire, 1982, Une pierre dans la bouche, 1983, Maria's Lovers, 1984, Les Enrages, 1984, La Meilleur de la vie, 1984, Le Bon Roi Dagobert, 1984, Gazl el banat, 1985, Fuegos, 1987, L'Ours, 1988, and others. (with Roman Polanski) (and David Stone) Repulsion, 1965, Cul-de-Sac, 1966, (and Jean Leon) A Taste for Women, 1966, Beautiful Swindlers, 1967, Fearless Vampire Killers, or Pardon Me, but Your Teeth Are in My Neck, 1967, Che?, 1973, Le Locataire, 1976, (and John Brownjohn) Tess, 1981, Pirates, 1984, Frantic, 1988, (and Brownjohn) Bitter Moon, 1993. (with Claude Berri and Michel Rivelin) The Two of Us, 1969.

      (with Jackie Glass) Secret World, 1969. (with Rafael Azcona) Ciao Maschio, 1978. (with Moshe Mizrahi) Chere inconnue, 1980.

      (with Michelangelo Antonioni and Tonino Guerra) Identificazione di una donna, 1982. (with Philippe de Broca) L'Africain, 1983. (with Bertrand Blier) Femme de mon pote, 1985.

      (with Otar Iosseliani) Les Favoris de la lune, 1984. (with Andrew Birkin, Howard Franklin, and Alan Goddard) The Name of the Rose. (with Claude Berri) Jean de Florette, 1987, Manon des Sources, 1987.

      (with Alain Dergal, Philippe Bernaud and Eduardo DeGregorio) Ou que tu sois, 1987. (with Andrei Konchalovsky and Marjorie David) Shy People, 1987. (with Jean-Jacques Annaud) The Lover, 1992.

      Screenwriter, director: Le Bateau sur l'herbe, 1970, La Maison, 1970.