Paul Delvaux

Paul Delvaux ou les femmes défendues (1969-1970)

In 1969, Henri Storck revisits the work of Paul Delvaux. This time, the now internationally renowned painter himself is at the centre of the image as well as the narrative.
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Daughters of Darkness (1972)

In Harry Kümels (1940) Daughters of Darkness (Les lèvres rouges, 1972), a couple of newly-weds, a female vampire and her assistant seek refuge in a Seaside hotel. Co-produced between no less than five countries (Belgium, France, US, Germany and Italy), it was at the time Belgium’s most international production. Now known for its (s)exploitation elements, high production values (Delphine Seyrich as the vampire!)
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Belle (1973)

The magic realism of André Delvaux in Spa, Les Hautes Fagnes and Paris references the oeuvre of Belgian painter Paul Delvaux (1897-1994). This work has inspired other film makers as well, like Harry Kümel and Raoul Servais.
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