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Michel Piccoli

Piccoli michel

Michel Piccoli is one of France's best-known actors of stage and screen. Il collabore à six des films du réalisateur espagnol dont plusieurs œuvres majeures comme , ,. His celebrity in France was cemented when he played Dom Juan in Marcel Bluwal's popular television film Dom Juan ou Le festin de Pierre in 1965. He then acquired instant international fame through his leading role in Jean-Luc Godard's 1963 , in which he starred opposite Brigitte Bardot. Il travaille avec le jeune cinéma français, comme en 1985 , en 1986 , n'hésitant pas à casser son image bienveillante avec des rôles provocateurs ou antipathiques, avant de s'essayer lui-même à la réalisation.

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Young worker François Guilbaud is one of the strikers, and he rents a room from Madame Langlois, a widow who sympathizes with the strikers although she is herself upper-class, born a baroness. His protégés include Jacques Doillon La Fille prodigue, 1981 , Leos Carax , 1986 and Bertrand Tavernier Des enfants gâtés, 1977. There is something utterly seductive about Piccoli's screen portrayals, which comes from the actor's irresistible personal charm and his ability to project, very subtly, the inner neuroses, desires and venality of his characters. A serious actor with a well-developed interest in literature, Michel Piccoli had little enthusiasm for main stream cinema and so was naturally drawn to auteur films. But unlike Cherbourg, it is closer to , with a darker, more explicitly political tone.

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Michel Piccoli

Piccoli michel

In the 1990s, Piccoli turned his hand to film directing, starting with a segment for the Amnesty International film Contre l'oubli 1991. Habitué du , il fait partie du jury de la compétition officielle du en 2007 sous la présidence de. For many years, Michel Piccoli has been actively engaged with leftwing politics and is an ardent supporter of Amnesty International. He was also sought after by reputed film directors outside France, notably Alfred Hitchcock , 1969 , Marco Ferreri , 1973 and Manoel de Oliveira Je rentre à la maison, 2001. Remarqué dans de , il est révélé au grand public avec de aux côtés de.

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Michel Piccoli

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It is set against the backdrop of a workers' strike in 1955 Nantes. Next morning, François joins a demonstration which is broken up by the police and is fatally injured. In the morning Violette comes looking for François because she has learned she is pregnant, but he tells her he loves another woman. The French film director for whom Michel Piccoli appeared to have the greatest affinity was Claude Sautet. Michel Piccoli parlant très bien l'Italien, il travaillera aussi avec des cinéastes Italiens, comme Marco Bellocchio, Marco, Ferreri, Ettore Scola, etc. Après une apparition dans de en 1945, il débute au cinéma dans de. Michel Piccoli was born on 27th December 1925, in Paris, France.

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A Leap in the Dark 1980 , and two years later he was awarded a Berlin Silver Bear for his performance one of his most chilling in Pierre Granier-Deferre's Une étrange affaire 1981. Throughout the 1950s, Michel Piccoli was busy in the theatre, but he slowly started to make a name for himself in cinema, appearing in a succession of minor roles. Having opted to become an actor at the age of 18, Piccoli studied drama under Andrée Bauer-Thérond and then trained as an actor at the René Simon drama school in Paris. Amateur de , il a également enregistré la lecture des de et de Gargantua de. Michel Piccoli resumed his stage career, starring in Peter Brook's acclaimed Paris productions of Anton Tchekhov's The Cherry Orchard 1981, 1983 and Patrice Chéreau's staging of Marivaux's La Fausse Suivante 1985. Chirac ou le passé trotskiste de M. His combination of talent and sobriety made him an attractive proposition for auteur filmmakers and he worked with some of the best, including: Agnès Varda , 1966 , Alain Resnais , 1966 , Jacques Demy , 1967 , Claude Chabrol , 1973 and Louis Malle , 1990.

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Although he is now well into his eighties, Michel Piccoli remains active and shows no sign of wanting to retire from the profession to which he has devoted his life. He is presently married to the screenwriter Ludivine Clerc. For a time he was married to the actress Eléonore Hirt with whom he had a daughter, Anne-Cordélia Piccoli , and then to the singer Juliette Gréco. This darker, more disturbing Piccoli can be seen in Michel Deville's films, notably 1986 , and in virtually all the films he made for Luis Buñuel, in particular 1964 , Belle de jour 1967 and 1972. » Plongez dans les archives de Paris Match pour découvrir quelques unes des plus belles images de Michel Piccoli prises par nos photographes. His first screen appearance was in Christian-Jaque's Sortilèges 1945 , but his first proper film role was in Louis Daquin's Le Point du jour 1949.

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For as long as he wishes to go on acting, Michel Piccoli will doubtless continue to enrich cinema with his rare charm and talents. She flees back to her mother, who is François' landlady. Il débute la par le prix d'interprétation au en 1980, avec de , et celui du en 1982, avec de. Piccoli starred in four of Sautet's best-known films, invariably cast as a symbol of bourgeois respectability whose quest for personal fulfilment appears destined to end in failure. He began his stage career with the Renaud-Barrault theatre company at the Théâtre de Babylone in Paris. Indefatigable, talented and generous, Piccoli deserves his reputation as one of the finest actors of his generation.

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