Emmanuelle Riva Movies

Emmanuelle Riva Filmography



Year - 2012 | Rated -

Emmanuelle Riva as Anne

Contactmusic.com 4.5 / 5
IMDB 7.8 / 10

Hiroshima mon amour


Year - 1959 | Rated - NR

Emmanuelle Riva as Elle

Contactmusic.com 4.5 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes 100%
IMDB 7.9 / 10


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