Marthe Keller

Marthe Keller
Name : Marthe Keller
Birth Date :28 January 1945
Birth Place :Basel, Switzerland
Nationality :NA

Marthe Keller is a Swiss actress and opera director. She is perhaps best known for her role in the film Marathon Man, which earned her a Golden Globe Award nomination.

Marthe Keller Movies and TV Shows

  • A Loser [1971]

    A young man and a career criminal meet in a prison hospital. They escape, and when the older man dies, the young one tries to take his place.

  • According to Pereira [6 April 1995 (Italy)]

    A young assistant (Stefano Dionisi) linked to revolutionaries shakes an aging journalist (Marcello Mastroianni) out of his torpor in 1938 Lisbon.

  • After Love [10 March 2016]

  • AmnesiA [3 May 2001]

    AmnesiA is a 2001 Dutch drama film directed by Martin Koolhoven.

  • And Now My Love [15 May 1974 (France)]

    This expansive drama follows three different generations of the same family. The daughter of a man who survived the Holocaust, Sarah (Marthe Keller), a troubled young woman, falls for Simon (André Dussolier), a ne'er-do-well who's struggling to overcome his status as an ex-convict in order to become a prominent film director. While much of the movie follows Sarah and Simon's relationship, other story lines involve Sarah's father (Charles Denner) and grandmother (also Keller).… MORE

  • Black Sunday [1 April 1977]

    Blimp pilot Michael Lander (Bruce Dern), who has endured the horrors of the Vietnam War, is now psychotic. Hoping to kill himself in grand fashion, he teams with Palestinian terrorist Dahlia (Marthe Keller), who plans on using Lander to set off a bomb at the Super Bowl by crashing his aircraft into the crowded stands. With thousands of lives at stake, Israeli military agent Kabakov (Robert Shaw) teams with the F.B.I. in an attempt to stop Lander's mass murder-suicide.… MORE

  • Bobby Deerfield [29 September 1977 (USA)]

    American race car driver Bobby Deerfield (Al Pacino) has become a success on the European Formula One circuit. He is also egotistical and relentlessly determined, until a terrible racing accident injures other drivers. In the hospital, Deerfield meets Lillian (Marthe Keller), who is suffering serious health problems. She wants to have more excitement in her life and gravitates toward the racer. Although Deerfield is resistant at first, he begins to fall for her as well.… MORE

  • Bouquet final [5 November 2008]

    An American funeral director moves to Paris for a new job.

  • Breath of Life [2 August 2018]

    37-year-old Simon is an experienced doctor, who sees illness and death on a daily basis in his pneumonology department. He has learnt to protect himself by keeping emotion at a professional distance.

  • Chrysalis [25 June 2007 (France)]

    David Hoffman, a French policeman, investigates the demise of an illicit immigrant and comes across Dimitry Nicolov, a human trafficker, who was involved in the murder of David's wife many years ago.

  • Cortex [30 January 2008 (France)]

    A retired cop who has memory problems moves into a residential clinic for treatment. When patients in the clinic begin to die, he suspects that a serial killer is loose in his nursing home.

  • Dark Eyes [3 February 1987 (Spain)]

    Although Romano (Marcello Mastroianni) has no personal wealth, his wife, Elisa (Silvana Mangano), has more than enough money to support him, and this situation allows him to indulge in the finer things of life. While enjoying a solo spa getaway, he meets Anna (Elena Safonova) and becomes so smitten with her that he decides to follow her home to Russia, where he swears his love and promises to return. Upon reuniting with Elisa, however, Romano suddenly finds himself torn between the two women.… MORE

  • Down the Ancient Staircase [17 October 1975 (New York)]

    In the 1930s, a doctor (Marcello Mastroianni) tries to prove that a virus causes insanity.

  • Elle Court, Elle Court la Banlieue [1973]

    Bickering neighbors, thin walls and other aspects of suburban life cause newlyweds (Marthe Keller, Jacques Higelin) to despair.

  • Fedora [29 June 1978 (West Germany)]

    When movie legend Fedora (Marthe Keller) commits suicide, the world grieves, and no one more so than writer and old flame Barry "Dutch" Detweiler (William Holden). Two weeks prior, he had visited the reclusive celebrity on a remote Mediterranean island where she confessed she was effectively being held captive by a mysterious Polish countess (Hildegard Knef). Now, with too many lingering questions still on his mind, Barry resolves to find out what really happened to her.… MORE

  • Femmes De Personne [1984]

    Cécile (Marthe Keller), Isabelle (Caroline Cellier) and Adeline (Fanny Cottencon) all work at the same medical facility, but their professions aren't the only thing the women have in common. Each is struggling with a romance that seems to be going nowhere. Cécile is pursuing a complicated relationship with a married man. Isabelle, though newly pregnant, plots to ensnare her husband in an affair with a younger woman. Adeline can't get over her ex-lover, even as he plans to leave the country.… MORE

  • Give Her the Moon [26 February 1970]

    An American industrialist vacationing in Europe decides he wants to marry the winner of a village beauty pageant.

  • Hereafter [15 October 2010 (Toronto)]

    A blue-collar American, a French journalist and a London schoolboy are touched by deathly experiences in similar ways.

  • Homo faber (trois femmes) [14 August 2014]

    Richard Dindo brings us an adaptation of Max Frisch's best-seller `Homo Faber', midway between drama and documentary. He portrays Walter Faber's love of or disillusionment with the three women in his life, Hanna, Sabeth and Ivy.

  • I Witness [2018]

    A junior officer at the Hague Tribunal of Justice, Vince is young and ambitious. He is sent in search of Nikola Radin, a high-ranking officer in the Yugoslav Army, who disappeared once the wars in the region began. Vince must find him without endangering both their lives.

  • In a Rush [17 October 2012 (France)]

    Ada (Valentina Cervi) is pregnant and about to marry when she meets Paul, a single man with a daughter and an overbearing mother.

  • In Her Master's Shadow [David Delrieux]

    A woman asks a psychiatrist to analyze her daughter's obsession with Ludwig van Beethoven.

  • Joan Lui [25 December 1985 (Italy)]

    Joan Lui is a 1985 Italian musical-comedy film written, directed and starred by Adriano Celentano. It is the last of the four films written and directed by Celentano.

  • K [27 August 1997 (France)]

    Sam Bellamy (Patrick Bruel) may be a police detective, but, when he witnesses the killing of a German tourist, he keeps his mouth shut. The assailant is his friend Joseph Katz (Pinkas Braun). However, when Katz suddenly vanishes, Bellamy embarks on an investigation that takes him all the way to Berlin. There, Bellamy finds himself romancing the dead man's daughter, Emma (Isabella Ferrari), and uncovering a criminal conspiracy involving stolen art and Nazi war crimes.… MORE

  • La Nourrice [2004]

  • La Vie A L'envers [2014]

    When Nina shows signs of a neurological condition, her daughters, Odile, Claire and Julie, find themselves amidst family feuds and a financial crunch as their mother's treatment becomes imperative.

  • Lapse of Memory [8 January 1992]

    Young Bruce Farmer (Mathew Mackay) learns that his family has been living in hiding under assumed names for his entire life because his reporter father, Conrad (John Hurt), once helped bring a mob boss to justice, putting the Farmers' lives in jeopardy. Bruce deals with the unsettling situation by keeping a journal. But his story makes its way into the hands of the public, and, when it becomes a successful work of literature, it puts the Farmer family back at risk.… MORE

  • Le derrière [28 April 1999]

    A young woman (Valérie Lemercier) dresses like a man to get to know her father (Claude Rich), who doesn't know she exists.

  • Marathon Man [8 October 1976 (USA)]

    Thomas "Babe" Levy (Dustin Hoffman) is a Columbia graduate student and long-distance runner who is oblivious to the fact that his older brother, Doc (Roy Scheider), is a government agent chasing down a Nazi war criminal (Laurence Olivier) -- that is, until Doc is murdered and Babe finds himself knee-deep in a tangle of stolen gems and sadistic madmen. Even his girlfriend, Elsa (Marthe Keller), becomes a suspect as everything Babe believed to be true is suddenly turned upside down.… MORE

  • Miserere [26 June 2013 (France)]

    Lionel investigates a strange murder and teams with Frank when their investigations become linked.

  • My Best Enemy [11 March 2011 (Austria)]

    A young Nazi (Georg Friedrich) swaps places with his Jewish friend (Moritz Bleibtreu).

  • My Friend Max [28 September 1994]

    A former classical pianist (Geneviève Bujold) enlists an old friend (Marthe Keller) to help find the son she gave up for adoption 25 years earlier.

  • My Little Sister [September 2020 (Switzerland)]

    Lisa gives up her ambitions as a playwright in Berlin and moves to Switzerland with her husband. When her twin brother, a star actor at Berlin's Schaubühne theatre, falls ill with cancer, Lisa returns to the German capital.

  • Nightsongs [19 February 2004 (Germany)]

    A young writer (Frank Giering) and his wife (Anne Ratte-Polle) have an escalating feud in their Berlin flat.

  • Only the Wind Knows the Answer [20 November 1974 (Germany)]

    Only the Wind Knows the Answer is a 1974 West German-French thriller film directed by Alfred Vohrer and starring Maurice Ronet, Marthe Keller and Karin Dor. It was entered into the 9th Moscow International Film Festival. Location shooting took place on the French Riviera, Zurich, Frankfurt and Munich.

  • Red Kiss [21 August 1986 (Germany)]

    Nadia (Charlotte Valandrey) is the 15-year-old daughter of Polish communists in postwar Paris. The love of her life is Stalin, until a handsome young photographer, Stephane (Lambert Wilson), seduces her. Nadia's sexual awakening arouses the contempt of her Red Youth peers and brings up a crisis of faith for her. When her mother's childhood lover (Laurent Terzieff) arrives in Paris after years in a Siberian gulag, the ugly truths about Stalinism shatter Nadia's illusions.… MORE

  • Seven Minutes [19 October 1989 (West Germany)]

    In his attempts to assassinate Hitler, a man is continually thwarted by a Nazi security chief (Brian Dennehy).

  • The Amateur [11 December 1981]

    When the wife of CIA agent Charles Heller (John Savage) is killed by a group of terrorists in Munich, Germany, he decides to hunt down the escaped killers. However, he is only a code specialist without combat expertise, and he does not have agency permission. Using classified information, Heller blackmails the CIA into training him and sending him into Czechoslovakia, where the killers are currently located. Once he arrives, Heller discovers that he may be their target after all.… MORE

  • The Devil by the Tail [6 February 1969]

    A run-down hotel''s staff sabotages the road to force people to book rooms.

  • The Escape [23 October 2016]

    The Escape is a 2016 American short action film produced by BMW to promote the car manufacturer's 2017 5 Series. It was directed and co-written by Neill Blomkamp, and stars Clive Owen, Jon Bernthal, Dakota Fanning, and Vera Farmiga.

  • The Formula [19 December 1980 (USA)]

    Police detective unravels a conspiracy linked to a secret Nazi formula for synthetic fuel.

  • The Giants [12 October 2011 (Belgium)]

    Seth and Zak spend a summer in the house of their dead grandfather and wait for their mother to return with money. The brothers decide to rent the house to a drug dealer to make some cash, but things do not go as planned.

  • The Holy Family [9 August 2019]

    Renowned academic Jean finds himself as the minister of the family, even though he is drowning in the midst of several events.

  • The Old Maid [5 January 1972 (France)]

    The Old Maid is a 1972 French comedy film directed by Jean-Pierre Blanc. It was entered into the 22nd Berlin International Film Festival where Blanc won the Silver Bear for Best Director.

  • The Right of the Maddest [1973]

  • The School of Flesh [18 November 1998 (France)]

    In Paris, Dominique (Isabelle Huppert), a middle-aged fashion professional, solicits the services of the handsome Quentin (Vincent Martinez), a bisexual bartender and prostitute who is 15 years her junior. After they first sleep together, their business transaction becomes transformed into a passionate love affair. However, the couple's romance becomes an ugly power struggle when social class and age distinctions begin to bubble toward the surface.… MORE

  • The Staggering Girl [13 February 2020 (Russia)]

    Francesca decides to leave New York and go to Rome to reconnect with her estranged mother, who still lives in Italy.

  • Time of the Wolf [2002]

    After the death of his father, a young man develops a special bond with a wolf cub.

  • Wild Rider Ltd. [12 January 1967 (West Germany)]

  • Women [17 October 1997]

    Women is a 1997 internationally co-produced drama film directed by Luís Galvão Teles. The film was selected as the Luxembourgish entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 70th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

  • Young Catherine [17 February 1991]

    A German princess is chosen to marry the heir to the Russian Throne, but faces plots and intrigues against her.

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QA About Marthe Keller

What is birthdate of Marthe Keller?

- 28 January 1945.

What is BirthPlace of Marthe Keller?

- Basel, Switzerland.

What is Nationality of Marthe Keller?

- NA.

What is Height of Marthe Keller?

- NA.

What is Age of Marthe Keller?

- 75.

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