Claude Jade
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Claude Jade
Claude Marcelle Jorré, better known as Claude Jade, was a French actress, known for starring as Christine in François Truffaut's three films Stolen Kisses, Bed and Board (1970) and Love on the Run (1979). Jade acted in theatre, film and television. Her film work outside of France included the Soviet Union, the United States, Italy and Japan.
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Francia en la mira - Bogotá Vive.in
Google News - over 5 years
... en la sede centro de la Alianza desde 2004. Cada mes se proyecta una película francesa con gran éxito en taquilla en su idioma original. La película es protagonizada por Jean-Pierre Léaud y Claude Jade dura 87 minutos y tiene subtítulos en español
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Estoy indignado pero a mi manera - La Estrella Digital
Google News - over 5 years
Sé que era un mujeriego (su costumbre de ligar con la protagonista femenina de muchas películas suyas, aunque ellas cedían encantadas a sus propósitos –Jeanne Moreau, Françoise Dorléac, Catherine Deneuve, Claude Jade, Fanny Ardant…
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Género: Drama, Comédia Romântica - Público.pt
Google News - over 5 years
Depois há ainda a paixão por Christine (Claude Jade). Entre o drama ea comédia romântica, o realizador consegue que Léaud encarne um desajustado, que não é capaz de manter um emprego e se apaixona e desapaixona compulsivamente
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Remembering Colette - Paperblog
Google News - almost 6 years
Qualche anno fa, ad esempio, sono andata con il cuore affranto al funerale di Claude Jade, un'attrice bravissima che era stata Christine Darbon, la moglie di Jean-Pierre Léaud nella serie Doinel. E' invece di questi giorni, purtroppo, la notizia della
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Sur le front culturel - Valeurs Actuelles
Google News - almost 6 years
Maintenant, j'ai l'impression que Nicolas Sarkozy lui rendant hommage l'a confondue avec Claude Jade. Il a cité Baisers volés. Ou bien est-ce la personne qui s'occupe de ces choses-là pour lui ? Elles n'ont rien à voir. Prendre Pisier pour Jade,
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Lettre à Marie-France Pisier - L'Express
Google News - almost 6 years
Pas une sage légitime comme Claude Jade ou Michèle Baumgartner. Non, une idylle de jeunesse inassouvie, une éducation sentimentale inaccomplie. Marie-France, vous apparaissez pour la première fois à l'écran au son d'un orchestre symphonique
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Marie-France Pisier Dies: THE OTHER SIDE OF MIDNIGHT, François Truffaut's New ... - Alt Film Guide (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
Pisier's Colette would be seen twice again: briefly in Stolen Kisses (1968), in which Léaud/Antoine's romantic interests are Delphine Seyrig and Claude Jade, and in the last installment in the series, Love on the Run (1979), an unhappy experience for
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Murió la actriz francesa Marie-France Pisier - Los Andes (Argentina)
Google News - almost 6 years
Curiosamente volvió a interpretar el personaje en "El amor en fuga", con la que Truffaut cerró la saga del personaje Antoine Doinel en 1979, y era la causa por la cual el protagonista abandona definitivamente a su esposa (Claude Jade)
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Décès de l'actrice Marie-France Pisier - Le Zapping du PAF
Google News - almost 6 years
Elle y croise Léaud dans le train et, à la fin du film, dans une scène émouvante, elle croise également Claude Jade successivement la maîtresse, la femme et l'ancienne femme de Doinel. Entre-temps, Marie-France Pisier est devenue une égérie du cinéma
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Annie Girardot, 79, Versatile French Actress
NYTimes - almost 6 years
Annie Girardot, a versatile French actress who played the doomed Milanese streetwalker in Luchino Visconti's ''Rocco and His Brothers'' and, moving easily from drama to comedy, became France's most popular actress of the 1970s, died on Monday in Paris. She was 79. Her granddaughter, Lola Vogel, announced her death but did not state the cause. Ms.
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Claude Jade, 58, Actress in Truffaut Films
NYTimes - about 10 years
Claude Jade, the French actress who starred in several of the best-loved films by the director Francois Truffaut, died Friday in Boulogne-Billancourt, a Paris suburb. She was 58. She had been hospitalized with eye cancer, which had spread, said Jacques Rampal, a playwright Ms. Jade had recently worked with. Ms. Jade first caught Truffaut's
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CRITIC'S CHOICE / Film; Even Lesser Hitchcock Rewards Another Viewing
NYTimes - about 18 years
Among the things Alfred Hitchcock must not have anticipated about ''Psycho'' was how fully it would alter his career. He could present that watershed film with all the gallows humor he liked. (''I would like the screening at dead of night in a deserted barn,'' he remarked at the time, according to Stephen Rebello's detailed book about the making of
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FILM VIEW; FROM THE CAHIERS CRITICS, AN ENDURING LEGACY
NYTimes - over 31 years
George Bernard Shaw, in one of a number of letters he wrote to R. E. Golding Bright beginning in 1894, when Bright was 20, repeatedly advised the aspiring drama critic to describe what he saw and to avoid statements of sweeping, usually meaningless generalities. Golding Bright apparently followed Shaw's directions with care. He became a successful
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FILM VIEW; TRUFFAUT: THE MAN WAS REVEALED THROUGH HIS ART
NYTimes - over 32 years
In ''Bed and Board'' (''Domicile Conjugal,'' 1970), Francois Truffaut's third feature in his extraordinary series of semiautobiographical comedies about the life and times of Antine Doinel, there's a funny and rather nasty moment when Antoine (Jean-Pierre Leaud) turns on his wife, Christine (Claude Jade), who has been gently suggesting that they
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Claude Jade
    FIFTIES
  • 2006
    Age 57
    She wore a prosthetic eye in her last stage performance, Celimene and the Cardinal, in August 2006.
    More Details Hide Details Jade won an award in 1970 for "Révelation de la Nuit du cinéma", and in 1975 she received the Prix Orange at the Cannes Film Festival. Her contributions to French culture were recognised in 1998, when was named a knight in the Légion d'honneur. In 2000 she won the New Wave Award at West Palm Beach International Film Festival for her "trend-setting role in the world cinema", followed in 2002 by the Prix Réconnaissance des Cinéphiles in Puget-Théniers. In 2013 a street in Dijon was named after Claude Jade: Allée Claude Jade, 21000 Dijon.
  • 2004
    Age 55
    Jade published her autobiography, Baisers envolés, in 2004.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1998
    Age 49
    In 1998, she played a governor's wife, Reine Schmaltz, who saves herself on a lifeboat in the historical movie The Raft of the Medusa (Le Radeau de la Méduse, 1998).
    More Details Hide Details In her last decade, Jade's work included the TV movie Sans famille (2000); the series La Crim (episode "Le secret" in 2004), and Groupe Flag (episode "Vrai ou faux" in 2005). She also appeared in an episode of the short film series Drug Scenes (Scénarios sur la drogue, episode "La rampe", 2000); and in the short À San Remo (2004). Jade was a member of Jean Meyer's theatre company in Lyon, appearing in plays by Jean Giraudoux (Helena in The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, and Isabelle in Intermezzo); Henry de Montherlant (Port Royal); James Joyce (The Exiles); Racine (Britannicus); and Balzac (Le Faiseur). She took roles in plays by Vladimir Volkoff (The Interrogation); Catherine Decours (Regulus 93); Michel Vinaver (Dissident il va sans dire), Alfred de Musset (Lorenzaccio) and others. She worked onstage in Lyon, Nantes, Dijon and Paris.
    From 1998 to 2000 she was the lead actress in the series Tide of Life (Cap des Pins).
    More Details Hide Details Her last U.S. acting part was a guest appearance on The Hitchhiker: In Episode Windows she is Monique who shoot down at the end her neighbor David Marshall Grant. Jade's film roles in cinemas in 1990s included Gabrielle Martin, a mother betrayed by her husband, in Tableau d'honneur. This was followed by her performance as shy lesbian Caroline in Jean-Pierre Mocky's Bonsoir.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1970
    Age 21
    In 1970 she starred as Orphan Françoise in mini-series Mauregard, directed by Truffaut's co-writer Claude de Givray.
    More Details Hide Details Other TV roles in the decade are Sheherazade (in Shéhérazade) and Louise de La Vallière (in Le chateau perdu), Lucile Desmoulins (in La passion de Camille et Lucile Desmoulins). She starred in such television movies as Mamie Rose, La Mandragore, Monsieur Seul, Fou comme François, Les anneaux de Bicêtre, Ulysse est revenu, and, in her biggest success of that decade, as heroine Veonique d'Hergemont in the series The Island of Thirty Coffins. In the 1980s Jade moved to Moscow for three years with her husband Bernard Coste, a French diplomat, and her son Pierre Coste (born in 1976). She starred in two Soviet films. In Teheran 43 (1981) she played the mysterious terrorist Françoise, with Alain Delon and an international cast. For Sergei Yutkevich's Lenin in Paris (1981), she played the French Bolshevik Inessa Armand, although without the rumored love affair with Vladimir Lenin.
    In 1970 she reprised her part as Christine from Stolen Kisses in Truffaut's Bed and Board as a married woman.
    More Details Hide Details The Truffaut films influenced her type as lovingly gentle modern young woman in contemporary cinema, which she contrasted in ambivalent figures: Critic Vincent Canby praised her in work in Gérard Brach's The Boat on the Grass (Le bateau sur l'herbe, 1971), in which she starred as Eleonore, a young girl between two friends (Jean-Pierre Cassel, John McEnery). She starred in Hearth Fires (Les feux de la chandeleur, 1972) as Laura, a daughter who wants to reconcile her parents (Annie Girardot, Jean Rochefort) and who falls in love with her mother's best friend (Bernard Fresson). Alongside Robert Hossein she played the priest's love Françoise in Forbidden Priests (Prêtres interdits, 1973). In Home Sweet Home (1973), she played a hardened nurse who is changed by a love affair with a social worker (Jacques Perrin). Jade played a dual role in The Choice, 1976). She starred in three Italian films: as a private investigator in Number One (1973), as Tiffany, the girlfriend of a private eye (Frederick Stafford, her father from Topaz) in La ragazza di via Condotti (1973), and as Maria Teresa, an unhappily married woman in Eriprando Visconti's A Spiral of Mist (Una spirale di nebbia, 1977). She played a nun in Kita No Misaki - Cap du Nord (1976), by Japanese director Kei Kumai. In the same year she starred as Penny Vanderwood in Thinking Robots, based on a horror novel by George Langelaan.
  • 1969
    Age 20
    Also in 1969 she starred as Helena in a film adaptation of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream by Jean-Christophe Averty, Le Songe d'une nuit d'été.
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    Her career continued in Belgium, where she played a young English teacher who is fatally intrigued by a murderer (Gérard Barray) in the 1969 film The Witness.
    More Details Hide Details Her fiancé is this movie was played by Jean-Claude Dauphin, to whom she was engaged at this time.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1966
    Age 17
    In 1966 she won the Prix de Comédie for Jean Giraudoux's stage play Ondine, performed at the Comédie Boulogne.
    More Details Hide Details She moved to Paris and became a student of Jean-Laurent Cochet at the Edouard VII theater, and began acting in television productions, including a leading role in TV series Les oiseaux rares. While performing as Frida in Pirandello's Henri IV, in a production by Sacha Pitoëff at the Théâtre Moderne, Jade was discovered by New Wave film director François Truffaut. He was "completely taken by her beauty, her manners, her kindness, and her joie de vivre", and cast her in the role of Christine Darbon in Stolen Kisses (1968). During the filming, Jade and Truffaut were engaged at one point. Truffaut fell in love with her, and there was talk of marriage. Truffaut dubbed Claude Jade “French cinema’s little sweetheart” and the director and his muse were soon a couple in real life, although Truffaut changed his mind about marrying her the night before their wedding. American critic Pauline Kael wrote that Jade "seems a less ethereal, more practical Catherine Deneuve". Playing the same character, Jade appeared in two more movies by Truffaut, Bed and Board (1970), and Love on the Run (1979). Truffaut uses the occasion to examine three states, three ages, of his heroine, played with the right middle-class gentility and innocence by Claude Jade: loved from a distance (Stolen Kisses); married and misled (Bed and Board); divorced but still on good terms (Love on the Run).
  • 1964
    Age 15
    The daughter of university professors, Jade spent three years at Dijon's Conservatory of Dramatic Art. In 1964 she played on stage 40 times the part of Agnès in Molière's L'école des femmes.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1948
    Born
    Born on October 8, 1948.
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