|Birth Date||:||23 February 1970|
|Birth Place||:||Montreal, Canada|
Marie-Josée Croze is a Canadian actress. She also holds French citizenship, which she obtained in December 2012.
2 Nights Till Morning [25 September 2015 (Finland)]
A one-night stand between strangers who don't share a common language takes an unexpected turn when an ash cloud strands them in the same city.
A New Protocol 
A woodsman (Clovis Cornillac) investigates a shady pharmaceutical company after the death of his teenage son.
A View of Love [4 December 2010]
Though happily married, a real estate agent meets a familiar woman at a sale and thinks she is his long-lost love from Algeria.
An Eye for Beauty [15 May 2014 (Canada)]
Luke, a brilliant young architect, lives a perfect life with his wife until he travels to Toronto and meets a mysterious woman.
Another Silence [19 October 2011 (France)]
A Canadian policewoman (Marie-Josée Croze) heads to South America to find the man (Ignacio Rogers) who murdered her husband and son.
Ararat [4 September 2002 (France)]
This is a contemporary story of the making of a historical epic about the Armenian holocaust between 1915 and 1918. The story line follows how making the film transforms the life of an 18-year-old man hired as a driver on the production.
Arletty A Guilty Passion 
Arletty, an actress, has a romantic relationship with Antoinette, a member of the Resistance. However, she couldn't resist the charm of Hans, a much younger man, and gets carried away.
Battlefield Earth [12 May 2000 (USA)]
In the year 3000, when humans suffer under the rule of Psychlos, a brutal race of aliens, Jonnie Goodboy Tyler embarks on a journey to fight the evil forces and end the atrocities.
Beyond the Ocean [15 February 2006]
Beyond the Ocean is a 2006 film directed by Éliane de Latour. Latour also did the screenplay.
Birds of Heaven 
Calvary [11 April 2014 (United Kingdom)]
An honest and good-hearted priest (Brendan Gleeson) wrestles with a cynical, spiteful community after he receives a death threat from an unknown parishioner.
Captive [17 September 2015 (Germany)]
Captive is a 2015 American crime-drama thriller film directed by Jerry Jameson and written by Brian Bird and Reinhard Denke, based on the non-fiction book Unlikely Angel by Ashley Smith.
Clifton Hill [28 February 2020 (USA)]
A troubled young woman returns to her hometown of Niagara Falls, where the memory of a long-ago kidnapping quickly ensnares her.
Collision [30 January 2013 (France)]
While on a trip to Morocco, Scott is unaware that his wife and her lover plan to kill him. However, things change when they survive a deadly car accident and embark on a journey of pretence.
Dejad de quererme [Jean Becker]
Every Thing Will Be Fine [2 April 2015 (Germany)]
After he causes a car accident, Tomas (James Franco) spends the next 12 years examining the effects of the tragedy on his life.
For the Ones We Loved [30 January 2019]
A man runs away right before his wedding.
Hidden Diary 
Audrey's parents reveal long hidden family secrets when she visits over a holiday.
Hinterhalt in Afghanistan 
Nadia, a military doctor, gets trapped by Taliban soldiers when she goes to Afghanistan on a mission. She gets released due to Hassan Walli, a Pashtun chief, whom she had met years ago.
HLA identique [February 2000]
Iqaluit [10 March 2017 (Quebec)]
Carmen, the wife of a northern worker, goes to Iqaluit for the first time at the bedside of Gilles, her badly wounded husband. As she tries to find out what happened, she approaches Noah, an Inuk friend of Gilles.
Jacquou le Croquant [17 January 2007 (France)]
1815. Jacquou, a young peasant from the Périgord region, lives happily with his parents. Because of a cruel and arrogant nobleman, the Count of Nansac, he becomes a miserable orphan.
Kalinka [2016 (Germany)]
Based on the true story of Andre Bamberski, who fought to bring his daughter's presumed murderer to justice for 27 years.
Korkoro [24 February 2010 (France)]
A Gypsy family tries to stay free from the Nazis while traveling through France.
L'Épreuve d'Amour [Arnaud Sélignac]
When Marielle catches her husband Paul wearing one of her dresses, she is stupefied. Paul is ashamed and wants to believe he can continue to live in the male body that disgusts him.
La cartuja de Parma [Cinzia TH Torrini]
La Florida [January 1994]
La Florida is a Quebec comedy film, released in 1993. The film was directed by George Mihalka, and written by Suzette Couture and Pierre Sarrazin.
Love Me No More [30 April 2008]
Love Me No More is a 2008 French drama film directed by Jean Becker.
Maelström [15 September 2000 (Canada)]
Bibiane meets Evian, the son of a man she accidentally killed so that she can come to terms with her life. They fall in love, but what will happen when Evian learns the truth? Will he still love her?
MILF [2 May 2018 (France)]
While in the south of France, three friends in their 40s decide to embark on affairs with much younger men.
Moon on the Snow [22 February 2006 (Switzerland)]
Three estranged siblings (Julie Depardieu, Marie-Josée Croze, Nicolas Rossier) reunite to visit their terminally ill mother.
Murder Most Likely [28 November 1999]
In 1981, former RCMP Undercover Agent Patrick Kelly was accused of causing the mysterious death of his wife. Managing to elude the authorities, Kelly married his second wife, and continued to live the extravagant lifestyle he so desperately desired. Eventually arrested and convicted, his conviction turned out to be not so safe.
Murder on the Orient Express 
Nobody from Nowhere [19 November 2014 (France)]
A realtor lives a dull existence, and he's always wished to be someone else. Lacking the creativity to reinvent himself, he begins impersonating his clients with latex masks and wigs.
Nothing [9 September 2003]
A corporate worker (David Hewlett) and a travel agent (Andrew Miller) find themselves in an environment surrounded by blankness.
A French sailor (Roschdy Zem) tries to reunite with his ex-wife (Marie-Josée Croze) after his shipmates tell him she is a movie star.
Presunto Asesino 
Someone I Loved [6 May 2009 (Belgium)]
A haunted man (Daniel Auteuil) shares a secret during a weekend with his daughter-in-law (Florence Loiret-Caille) and grandchildren.
Taking Lives [16 March 2004 (Hollywood)]
An FBI profiler is summoned by the agency and entrusted with the responsibility of hunting down a serial killer who assumes the identities of his victims after killing them.
Tell No One [1 November 2006 (Belgium)]
Margot (Marie-Josée Croze) was murdered by a serial killer eight years ago, and her husband, Alexandre (François Cluzet), continues to mourn her death. One day, the police discover two dead bodies near Alexandre's home, along with a cache of evidence implicating him in the crime. On the same day, Alexandre receives an email with a video showing his wife alive and well, along with a simple message: "Tell no one." With the police breathing down his neck, Alexandre goes on the run.… MORE
The Barbarian Invasions [24 September 2003 (France)]
Remy, a middle-aged professor, learns that he is terminally ill. He tries to reconcile with his son Sebastian, a man with drastically different ideals and outlook towards life than his father.
The Confessions [6 November 2002 (France)]
A French investor negotiates the purchase of an animated Japanese porn company. However, a horrific bondage-torture website streaming footage is exposed. Things soon start to become bloody.
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly [22 May 2007 (Cannes)]
A true story of Elle editor Jean-Dominique Bauby who suffers a stroke and has to live with a paralyzed body; the only way he can communicate is with his left eye.
The Forgiven [John Michael McDonagh]
The Forgiven is an upcoming American film written and directed by John Michael McDonagh and based on the novel of the same name by Lawrence Osborne. It stars Ralph Fiennes, Jessica Chastain, Mark Strong, Saïd Taghmaoui and Caleb Landry Jones.
The Girl from the Chartreuse 
Eva goes into a coma when Etienne, a bookseller, accidentally runs over her. Following the doctor's instructions, Etienne visits Eva daily and narrates stories to help her regain consciousness.
The Narrow Frame of Midnight [2014 (France)]
During a quest to find his missing brother, a man (Khalid Abdalla) encounters an enslaved orphan girl (Fadwa Boujouane).
The Postmistress 
Before World War II three handsome women (Chloe Sainte-Marie, Michèle Richard, Louise Forestier) in a small Quebec town go to extreme lengths to satisfy their men.
The Story of My Life [8 September 2004 (France)]
Author Raphaël (Édouard Baer) gets a gig writing for famous soccer player Kevin (Clovis Cornillac), who has literary pretensions. As he struggles with the manuscript and clashes with his collaborator, Raphaël discovers that Kevin's girlfriend is none other than his ex, Claire (Alice Taglioni) -- a fact that doesn't sit well with his current girlfriend, Muriel (Marie-Josée Croze). Raphaël and Claire soon pick up where they left off, but then tragedy touches the young writer.… MORE
Wolves in the Snow [10 April 2002]
A woman (Marie-Josée Croze) kills her husband (Antoine Lacomblez), then faces threats from his gangster associates.
- 23 February 1970.
- Montreal, Canada.
- 1.68 m.