Le Bon Plaisir
Le Bon Plaisir is a 1984 French film directed by Francis Girod. The film relates the story of the efforts of a President of the French Republic (Jean-Louis Trintignant) informed, after a number of years, of the existence of a son born from an extramarital relationship with Claire (Catherine Deneuve), a former mistress, to cover up any kind of proof likely to tarnish his reputation using the secret service.
|Le Bon Plaisir|
|Directed by||Francis Girod|
|Produced by||Ariel Zeitoun|
|Written by||Francis Girod, Françoise Giroud (novel)|
|Music by||Georges Delerue|
|Edited by||Genevieve Winding|
The CD soundtrack composed by Georges Delerue.