The Lady Banker
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The Lady Banker (1980) (original French title La Banquière), is a French drama film directed by Francis Girod, written by Georges Conchon and Francis Girod, starring Romy Schneider, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Marie-France Pisier, Claude Brasseur, Jean-Claude Brialy, Daniel Auteuil and Thierry Lhermitte; the music is by Ennio Morricone.



The film was entered in four categories at the 6th César Awards in 1981 but lost them all to The Last Metro.

The story was inspired by the French woman banker Marthe Hanau.[1]


  1. ^ "Marthe Hanau, la banquière des années folles (1886-1935)" by Stéphanie Bee, 11 January 2010 (in French)

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