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  Farewell Jeanne Moreau [read more]
  Legendary French actress dies aged 89
  The death of Jeanne Moreau, whose career spanned around seventy years, has been announced today. She started on the stage and made a name for herself as an exciting new talent, but it was films that offered her worldwide fame as the nation moved towards the New Wave. Touchez Pas au Grisbi was an early success there, followed by Lift to the Scaffold for Louis Malle, Les Amants, La Notte, Jules et Jim (one of her most iconic roles), Eve, The Trial, Diary of a Chambermaid, The Train, Viva Maria!, Chimes at Midnight, The Bride Wore Black, Monte Walsh, Les Valseuses, Hu-Man, Mr Klein, The Last Tycoon, Querelle, Nikita, Until the End of the World, Map of the Human Heart, Beyond the Clouds, Ever After: A Cinderella Story and many more, working with many of the most distinguished directors of the 20th century. With her wide range and embodiment of Gallic savoir faire, not to mention her staying power, she made an enduring impression as one of France's greatest.
  Graeme Clark [31 Jul 2017 at 12:44]
     

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