Jean-Louis Richard
French actor and director
Jean-Louis Richard
Jean-Louis Richard was a French actor, film director and scriptwriter.
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Operación DVD's - Terra.com
Google News - over 5 years
Con las actuaciones de Catherine Deneuve, Gérard Depardieu, Jean Poiret, Andréa Ferréol, Paulette Dubost, Jean-Louis Richard, Maurice Risch, Jean-Pierre Klein, este título es un homenaje al mundo del teatro ya la supervivencia en un París invadido por
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Like Acting and Loving, Honor Suits Jeanne Moreau
NYTimes - about 16 years
After an acting career that began in 1948 and has embraced more than 110 movies, Jeanne Moreau has become immortal. For her fans this may not be news. But on Wednesday, dressed in the embroidered uniform mandated by Napoleon, just two weeks from her 73rd birthday, Ms. Moreau became the first woman to be inducted into France's Academy of Fine Arts.
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FILM REVIEW; Student Life As a Mirror Of Division In Europe
NYTimes - over 18 years
''La Sentinelle'' was shown as part of the New York Film Festival in 1992. Following are excerpts from Stephen Holden's review, which appeared in The New York Times on Oct. 5, 1992. The film, in French with English subtitles, opens today at the Quad Cinema, 13th Street, west of Fifth Avenue, Greenwich Village. Anyone who believes that Americans
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FILM FESTIVAL REVIEW; A Heart Lost Over a Loincloth
NYTimes - over 19 years
Diane is a trim 40-year-old book editor with a successful career and a happy family. One day while she is visiting her most intransigent author, his roommate lopes across the apartment in a loincloth and gives Diane a warmly inquisitive look. And that's it. That's all it takes. Diane's respectable life is over. In ''Post Coitum, Animal Triste,'' a
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A Femme Fatale For the Ages
NYTimes - almost 23 years
THERE is a tough but lovely moment in "The Old Lady Who Wades in the Sea" when Jeanne Moreau, as an aging femme fatale and con woman, suddenly pulls out photographs of herself in her youth and middle age. There she is at 17, exquisitely young; again in her 20's, and at 42. It is the face that launched dozens of films and countless male fantasies.
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Jeanne Moreau's Perfect Part: Life
NYTimes - about 23 years
She sat in the lounge of a Beverly Hills hotel, smoking cigarettes, her voice raspy, her wide-set brown eyes narrowing as she spoke. "I'm 65, I'll be 66 in January," Jeanne Moreau said with a shrug and laugh. "What should I do? Shoot myself? I've never worried about age. If you're extremely, painfully frightened of age, it shows. Life doesn't end
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Reviews/Film Festival; Dissecting Cold-War Mentality and a Shrunken Head
NYTimes - over 24 years
Anyone who believes that Americans have a monopoly on conspiracy theories should see the French director Arnaud Desplechin's intricately constructed film, "La Sentinelle." In the movie, which might be described as a medical thriller, a brain that turns out to be symbolic of cold-war mentality is meticulously dissected and analyzed on a laboratory
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Jeanne Moreau, Indestructible And in Demand
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: ''Usually when a woman is 60, it's over,'' says Jeanne Moreau, sipping Evian in her dressing room at the Theatre National de l'Odeon here. ''But now it begins again. During rehearsals I am confronted by things very mysterious. I have terrific fights with inner demons, and it's more painful than it ever was. ''Usually when a woman is 60, it's
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'SWANN IN LOVE,' A PROUSTIAN VIGNETTE FROM FRANCE
NYTimes - over 32 years
''Swann In Love'' is Volker Schl"ondorff's small, prettily decorated, unrevealing fragment lifted - gently and with all due respect - from Marcel Proust's monumental, seven-volume ''Remembrance of Things Past.'' It's as if someone had decided to copy and then recreate one of the great rooms of the chateau at Blois on the scale of a suburban,
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JEANNE MOREAU ENTERS A SWEET SEASON
NYTimes - over 34 years
''I feel,'' said Jeanne Moreau, ''that I have a little more knowledge about myself now.'' She was serenely working her way through lunch and a box of filter cigarettes on a recent afternoon in an East Side restaurant. ''The privilege of my age - I am 54 - is that I have more confidence. I'm calmer. I know more about myself and yet - how shall I say
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FILM: 'THE LAST METRO,' MELODRAMA BY TRUFFAUT
NYTimes - about 36 years
''Le Dernier Metro'' (''The Last Metro'') was shown at the 1980 New York Film Festival at Avery Fisher Hall. Following are excerpts from a review by Vincent Canby published in The New York Times last Oct. 12. The film opens today at the Coronet Theater, Third Avenue and 59th Street. FRAN,COIS TRUFFAUT'S ''The Last Metro'' is a dazzlingly subversive
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