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Catherine Breillat

 

501 Movie Directors: A Comprehensive Guide to the Greatest Filmmakers

● The Wild Bunch... 50 of the Movies' Maddest Visionaries

Director / Screenwriter
1948 -
Born July 13, Bressuire, Deux-Sèvres, Poitou-Charentes, France
Key Genres: Drama, Romance, Adult  TSPDT Rating: 6
Key Collaborators: Jean-Francois Lepetit (Producer), Pascale Chavance (Editor), Roxane Mesquida (Leading Player), Giorgos Arvanitis (Cinematographer), Laurent Dailland (Cinematographer), Agnes Guillemot (Editor), Ashley Wanninger (Character Player), Emmanuel Schlumberger (Producer), Anne Parillaud (Leading Character Player), Olivier Paultre (Production Designer)
Recommended: À ma soeur! (2001), Bluebeard (2009)
Worth a Look: 36 Fillette (1988), Parfait amour! (1996), The Last Mistress (2007)
Approach with Caution: Dirty Like an Angel (1991), Romance (1999), Sex is Comedy (2002)
Links: [ IMDB ] [ TCMDB ] [ All-Movie Guide ] [ Senses of Cinema: Great Directors ] [ Film Reference ] [ Telegraph: Breillat on Nagisa Oshima's "In the Realm of the Senses" ] [ Guardian Interview (2001) ] [ Salon Interview (1999) ] [ Wikipedia ] [ IonCinema! Interview (2007) ] [ Slant Magazine Interview (2008) ] [ European Graduate School Biography ] [ Bright Lights Film Journal Interview (2008) ]
Books: [ Catherine Breillat (French Film Directors) ]
DVD's: [ Amazon ]
21st Century's Most Acclaimed Films: À ma soeur! (2001)
 
 
 
 

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