La Chair de l'orchidée
|La Chair de l'orchidée|
|Directed by||Patrice Chéreau|
|Produced by||Vincent Malle|
|Written by||James Hadley Chase (novel)
Hans Christian Blech
|Music by||Fiorenzo Carpi|
|Edited by||Pierre Gillette|
|Distributed by||20th Century Fox|
|January 29, 1975|
La Chair de l'orchidée (English: The Flesh of the Orchid) is a 1975 film adaptation of the 1948 novel, The Flesh of the Orchid by mystery writer James Hadley Chase, "a pulp-novel sequel to No Orchids for Miss Blandish" (1939). The story was selected by French author Patrice Chéreau, in his directorial debut and already well known for his stage direction, as the subject for his first film.
- Bergan, Ronald (8 October 2013). "Patrice Chéreau obituary / Film, opera and stage director known for La Reine Margot and his Ring cycle at Bayreuth in 1976". The Guardian. London. Retrieved 12 October 2013.
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