Following expansive war montage footage, and having taken their first civilian prisoners, footloose soldiers Ulysses (Albert Juross) and Michelangelo (Marino Mase) encounter an officer, then seek a nice spot for an execution, in Jean-Luc Godard's Les carabiniers, 1963.
Teresa Ricci as sister Gilberte, informing Pierre Arditi (title character) of their father's departure for a witch trial, which he also attends, Anne Cabrile the accused, Christian De Sica (Vittorio's son) her prosecutor, in Roberto Rossellini's TV movie Blaise Pascal, 1972.
Pierre Arditi (title character), already something of a phenomenon in 17th century France, has just attended a lecture by the renowned philosopher Descartes (Claude Baks), to whom he is then introduced, in Roberto Rossellini's didactic TV movie Blaise Pascal, 1972.
Improbable even by the writer-director's standards, two riflemen assail Venus and Cleopatra, then brothers Michelangelo and Ulysses (Marino Mase, Albert Juross), who will become the principals, opening Jean-Luc Godard's Les carabiniers, shot in 1963, released in the U.S. in 1968.
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