Lambert Wilson made his screen debut in the 1977 American Holocaust drama film ‘Julia,’ directed by Fred Zinnemann. The film received mostly positive reviews from critics and won 3 Academy Awards. Following his debut, he went on to star in films like ‘New Generation’ (1979), ‘From Hell to Victory’ (1979), ‘Chanel Solitaire’ (1981), ‘Five Days One Summer’ (1982), ‘La Boum 2’ (1982), ‘Sahara’ (1983), ‘The Blood of Others’ (1984), and ‘The Public Woman’ (1984). In 1985, he starred as ‘Quentin’ in the French erotic drama film ‘Rendez-vous’ directed by André Téchiné. The film saw its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival. Wilson also earned an ‘César Award’ nomination for his performance in the film. He continued to star in films like ‘Bleu comme l'enfer’ (1986), ‘The Belly of an Architect’ (1987), ‘The Possessed’ (1988), ‘El Dorado’ (1988), ‘Hiver 54, l'abbé Pierre’ (1989), ‘Shuttlecock’ (1991), ‘Warsaw – Year 5703’ (1992), ‘L'Instinct de l'ange’ (1993), ‘Jefferson in Paris’ (1995), and ‘The Leading Man’ (1996). He portrayed ‘Jean Racine’ in the 1997 French drama film ‘Marquise’ directed by Véra Belmont. The film received mostly positive reviews from critics. That same year, he also bagged a ‘César Award’ nomination for his performance as ‘Marc Duveyrier’ in the French comedy-drama film ‘Same Old Song’ directed by Alain Resnais.
He was next seen in films like ‘Too Much (Little) Love’ (1998), ‘The Last September’ (1999), ‘Jet Set’ (2000), and ‘HS – hors service’ (2001). In 2003, he portrayed ‘The Merovingian’ in the American science-fiction action film ‘The Matrix Reloaded’ directed by The Wachowskis. The film received a positive response from critics and was a massive box office success, grossing over $741.8 million on a $150 million budget. That same year, he reprised his role as ‘The Merovingian’ in the third installment in The Matrix film series, ‘The Matrix Revolutions.’ The film opened to a mixed critical reception and grossed over $427.3 million on a budget of $150 million. He next starred in films like ‘Catwoman’ (2004), ‘Sahara’ (2005), ‘Private Fears in Public Places’ (2006), ‘Flawless’ (2007), ‘Babylon A.D.’ (2008), ‘The Lazarus Project’ (2008), ‘Victor’ (2009), ‘Of Gods and Men’ (2010), ‘Ernest & Celestine’ (2012), ‘ReWined’ (2013), ‘5 to 7’ (2014), ‘Suite Française’ (2015), ‘The Odyssey’ (2016), ‘The Jungle Book’ (2016), ‘Corporate’ (2017), ‘Volontaire’ (2018), ‘The Translators’ (2019), and ‘De Gaulle’ (2020). He was last seen in the 2021 American science fiction action film ‘The Matrix Resurrections’ directed by Lana Wachowski. The film, despite receiving a favorable response from critics, failed to perform at the box office.
The movie begins six months after the events of the first movie of The Matrix film franchise. An army of Sentinels is fast approaching Zion, the last human city on earth, and threatens to destroy it. Neo, Trinity and Morpheus must locate the Keymaker to reach the source of the Matrix. Neo also has to deal with his recurring dreams of Trinity’s death and the rogue programme Agent Smith.
Of Gods and Men is a historical drama film which tells the story of Christian and Luc, who belong to a group of monks, living among the Muslim population in a quiet corner of Algeria. They try to decide whether they should stay among the impoverished residents or flee as the fundamentalists are becoming a real threat in the region.
5 to 7 is a romantic comedy drama film which tells the story of a young writer who starts having an affair with an older woman from France. However, due to the fact that the woman is already in an open marriage with a diplomat, she can only meet him between the hours of 5 pm and 7 pm.
Julia is a drama film which revolves around two friends Julia and Lillian, living during the time of the Second World War. After they meet in Russia after a long time, they plan to smuggle funds into Nazi Germany, to aid the anti-Nazi movement.
When her husband is away at war, a lonely Frenchwoman named Lucile develops a romantic relationship with a German soldier named Lt. Bruno von Falk who is residing at her mother-in-law’s house.
Neo, the One to end the war between humans and the machines, is trapped in a limbo world from where his associates, Morpheus and Trinity, must free him while the brave Zion military is holding back the Sentinel invasion. Meanwhile, a new threat emerges in the form of rogue program, Agent Smith, who plans to destroy both worlds.
Flawless is a heist crime drama film which tells the story of an elderly janitor in the 1960s, who tries to convince a frustrated executive to help him steal a handful of precious diamonds from the London Diamond Corporation, the company they work for.
Douglas Meredith is a respectable married doctor but he has a dark secret. He is having an incestuous affair with Kate, his beautiful young niece. One day, he decides to take her on a holiday, but it soon seems that she is taking a liking to their tour guide. Things take a turn when an accident occurs on their trip.
The Lazarus Project is a suspense drama film which tells the story of a reformed criminal Ben Garvey, who loses his job due to his criminal background. His brother therefore convinces him take part in a heist, but it goes horribly wrong, and his brother is killed, along with two others. Ben decides to commit suicide, but he soon finds himself working at a psychiatric hospital instead.
Dirk Pitt, a former US Navy seal and explorer, reaches West African desert looking for the ‘Ship of Death,’ a lost Civil War ironclad battleship with secret treasure. He and his associate help UN scientist Dr. Eva Rojas, who is investigating the source of a deadly disease plaguing Africa. While connecting pieces of puzzle, they discover a link between the two mysteries.
Chanel Solitaire is a biographical romantic drama film which tells the story of French fashion designer Gabrielle Chanel. The film shows us how she was brought up in an orphanage, and later started training as a milliner. It also focuses on her relationships with two men Etienne and Boy Capel, who play an important role in helping her become a business woman.
While excavating a site in France, Professor Johnston finds some discrepancies and travels to USA to consult with his sponsor. Shortly his team members find his bifocals and a note begging for help; both of which date back to fourteenth century. When contacted, the sponsor tells them that to find Johnson they too must travel back in time. All but one agree.
Babylon AD is a science fiction action adventure film which takes us to USA in a dystopian future, where a Russian mobster named Gorsky hires Toorop, a mercenary, to escort a young woman Aurora to New York City from Europe. However, unlike the US, which is technologically advanced, most of the cities in Russia are dangerous and overpopulated slums, which make the job much more complicated than it has to be.
The story, told through a series of flashbacks, focuses on Jean, a trade union activist born into a middle class French family and Hélène, a young designer employed in her family's confectionery business. Eventually they meet and become engaged to be married. But everything undergoes a drastic change as France enters the Second World War.
In 1939, six friends of different nationalities meet at a café in Paris, and promise to each other that they will meet again after the War is over. On the day Paris is liberated, three of the surviving friends eventually meet at the café.
Submissive graphics designer, Patience Phillips, overhears a dark secret about the anti-aging cream developed by the cosmetic company she works in and is pursued by guards ordered to kill her. She gains mysterious abilities after being revived by an Egyptian Mau cat, and as the vigilante 'Catwoman', begins to investigate why she was murdered.
Celestine is a young mouse living in the underground world of rodents. She soon forms an unlikely friendship with a bear named Ernest.