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Jean-Pierre Leaud

Jean-Pierre Leaud

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Born: May 5, 1944 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Paris, FR Profession: Cast ...
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Cast (feature film)

1.
Camille Redouble (2012)
Camille is 16 when she meets Eric with whom she falls in love and has a daughter. Twenty-five years later, on New Year's Eve, as Eric leaves Camille for a younger woman, Camille is suddenly transported back to her past. Sixteen again, she rediscovers her parents, her friends, her adolescence, and Er
2.
Le Havre (2011)
A down-and-out writer helps an illegal immigrant hide from the authorities.
3.
Face (2009)
A Chinese director comes to the Louvre to shoot a film that turns on the Salome myth.
4.
I Saw Ben Barka Get Killed (2006)
Story of the still unsolved and topical disappearance of the Moroccan activist Ben Barka.
5.
Dreamers, The (2003) as Himself
The tumultuous political landscape of Paris in 1968 serves as the backdrop for a tale about three young cineastes who are drawn together through their passion for film. Matthew, an American exchange student, pursuing his education abroad in Paris, becomes friends with a French brother and sister duo
6.
Pornographe, Le (2001) as Jacques
A veteran director of some 40 pornographic films, Jacques Laurent comes out of professional retirement feeling increasingly out-of-step with the commercial demands of the industry, and on set one of his producers takes over the directorial reins for a crucial sex scene. Meanwhile, his teenage son Jo
7.
What Time Is It There? (2001) as Man In The Cemetery
Hsiao-Kang sells watches in the streets of Taipei for a living. A few days after his father's death, he meets a young woman, Shiang-Chyi, who as it turns out leaves for Paris the very next day. Troubled by the behaviour of his mother who prays constantly for the spirit of her late husband to return,
8.
Matter of Taste, A (2000)
A handsome young waiter named Nicolas is befriended by Frederic, a wealthy and mysterious middle-aged business executive. Frederic, a man of power, influence and strictly refined tastes is strangely smitten by Nicolas' charm and naivete. Lonely and phobic, Frederic offers Nicolas a lucrative job as
9.
Innocent (1999)
10.
Mon Homme (1997) as Client
Marie is the proverbial prostitute with a heart of gold. One evening upon returning to her apartment, she discovers Jeannot, a filthy, blood-caked vagrant, sleeping in the garbage. Feeling sorry for him, she invites him to her apartment for a hot meal and a place to sleep. When she politely offers h
11.
Birth of Love, The (1997) as Marcus
Two middle-aged men who are living out entanglements of their own making--one can't be with the woman he loves, the other, loves a woman who wants nothing to do with him.
12.
Pour Rire! (1996) as Nicolas
After learning that his wife is having an affair with a sports photographer, a self-proclaimed house-husband turns unpredictable.
13.
Irma Vep (1996) as Rene Vidal
Maggie Cheung, acting out her own role as one of the greatest stars of Asian cinema, comes to Paris to portray Irma Vep (the character created by Musidora) in a remake of the famous series "Vampires" directed by Louis Feuillade between 1915 and 1916. She does not speak a word of French, and therefor
14.
Diary of a Seducer (1995) as Hugo
Claire Conte, a twenty-year-old, unenthusiastic student of psychoanalysis falls hopelessly in love with a fellow student, Gregory, after he lends her a rare copy of Kierkegaard's novel "Diary of a Seducer." The book seems to possess an uncanny aphrodisiac power which creates a bizarre web of obsessi
15.
One Hundred and One Nights (1995) as Furtive And Friendly Appearance
A tribute to the movies as both collective memory and living art form as told through the reminiscences of a 100-year-old wheel-chair bound gentleman named Simon. Cinema. He lives in a splendid chateau whose every inch overflows with cinemabilia. Monsieur Cinema hires a young attractive film student
16.
Personne ne m'aime (1994) as Lucien
Annie, a middle-aged malcontent long ago deserted by her boyfriend, convinces her sedative-popping sister, Francoise, to take to the road in a battered old van.
17.
Missa on Musette? (1992) as Himself
A documentary on the making of Aki Kaurismaki's film "La Vie de Boheme."
18.
Bohemian Life, The (1992) as Blancheron
A potential romance between two poor artists in Paris 1991 is cut short by the police. Their separation enables the woman to ascend into the ranks of high society. But, upon the man's return, she is dragged back down again.
19.
Paris at Dawn (1991) as Clement
Arriving in Paris on the run from the police, 19-year-old Adrien stays with his neurotic father Clement, then moves into a squat, taking with him his father's 18-year-old girlfriend, Louise, a heroin addict bent on a career in TV.
20.
Treasure Island (1991) as Midas/Narrator
A young boy imagines a series of adventures inspired by a tv adventure show and Robert Louis Stevenson's classic novel.
21.
I Hired a Contract Killer (1990) as Henri Boulanger
After losing his job and realizing that he is alone in the world, a businessman opts to voluntarily end his life rather than allow himself to sink into further despair. Lacking courage, he hires a contract killer to do the job. Then, while awaiting his demise, he meets a woman and promptly falls in
22.
Femme de papier (1989) as Marc
A man who has agreed to ghostwrite a book for a friend discovers the pleasures of publishing fame.
23.
Bunker Palace Hotel (1989) as Solal
24.
Les Ministeres de l'art (1988) as Himself
25.
Couleur du vent, La (1988) as Decourt
A young woman falls in love with the writer of a manuscript. After spliting with her boyfriend she leaves Paris for New York in search of the writer she has never met.
26.
36 Fillette (1988) as Boris Golovine
A precocious teenaged girl, unsatisfied with school and family, looks for stimulation and sexual experience while on vacation with her family.
27.
Jane B. par Agnes V. (1988) as Himself
Portrait of actress Jane Birkin.
28.
Les Keufs (1987) as Bouvreuil--Commissiaire De Police
Romance between two undercover police, a black man and a white woman.
30.
Boran -- Zeit Zum Zielen (1987) as Maconnet'S Deputy
31.
Corps et biens (1986) as Marcel
32.
Rise and Fall of a Small Film Company, The (1986)
A late chapter in Godard's self-reflexive, lifelong, nearly religious meditation on the meaning, function, history and fate of the cinema with Jean-Pierre Leaud acting as filmmaker-within-the-film.
33.
Détective (1985) as Nephew
There is a lot of intrigue behind the scenes at the Hotel Concorde at St. Lazare. Hotel detective Inspector Neveu is spending his time working on a two-year-old murder case. Unhappily married guests Françoise and Emile Chenal are there to collect a large debt from boxing manager Jim Fox Warner. And
34.
Vivement Truffaut! (1985) as Interviewee
35.
Paris Seen By... 20 Years Later (1984) as ("Rue Fontaine")
36.
37.
Csak Egy Mozi (1984) as Peter
38.
Cassure, La (1983)
39.
Rebelote (1983)
40.
Aiutami a sognare (1981) as Mario
41.
Parano (1981)
42.
Love on the Run (1979) as Antoine Doinel
A divorced man continues to search for romantic happiness.
45.
Les Lolos de Lola (1975) as Bernard
46.
Out 1: Spectre (1974) as Colin
47.
Maman et la putain, La (1973) as Alexandre
A young, poetic intellectual who lives with a slightly older woman, picks up and begins an affair with a sexually open nurse. The three develop relations while engaging in lengthy conversations and anecdote telling amidst small Paris apartments and the famed cafes of left bank.
48.
Day for Night (1973) as Alphonse
A committed film director struggles to complete his movie while coping with a myriad of crises among the cast and crew.
49.
Last Tango In Paris (1972) as Tom
A landmark erotic drama and among Academy Award winning director Bernado Bertolucci's masterworks. Screen icon Marlon Brando plays a businessman who pursues a steamy affair with a young Parisian woman, played by Maria Schneider, on the grounds that it remains strictly sexual. While, for Brando, the affair is a means to forget his grief over his dead wife, for Schneider, it's a complication that sends her turbulent relationship with her fiancé, played by Jean-Pierre Léaud, into a tailspin. An intelligent, visually rapturous exploration of how sexual obsession can be a dangerous drug with powerhouse performances from its leads.
50.
Two English Girls (1971) as Claude Roc
A young writer carries on love affairs with two sisters.
51.
Out 1: Noli Me Tangere (1971) as Colin
52.
Bed & Board (1970) as Antoine Doinel
The adventures of Antoine Doinel continue as he faces up to the responsibilities of adulthood.
53.
Pigsty (1969) as Julian
Two dramatic stories. In an undeterminated past, a young cannibal (who killed his own father) is condemned to be torn to pieces by some wild beasts. In the second story, Julius, the young son of a post-war German industrialist, is on the way to lie down with his farm's pigs, because he doesn't like human relationships.
54.
Made in U.S.A. (1966) as Donald Siegel
A woman's investigation of a former lover's political activities leaves a trail of dead bodies.
55.
The 400 Blows (1959) as Antoine Doinel
A 12-year-old boy turns to crime to escape family problems.
56.
Affaire Marcorelle, L' (1950) as Judge Francois Marcorelle
Judge Francois Marcorelle finds himself drawn into a series of surprising events. Neglecting to join his wife and children on vacation, Marcorelle meets waitress Agneska and goes home with her. After a violent altercation with her father, Marcorelle hits the man over the head with a bottle, killing

Assistant Direction (feature film)

57.
Made in U.S.A. (1966) as Assistant Director
A woman's investigation of a former lover's political activities leaves a trail of dead bodies.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

58.
Code Name: Emerald (1985)
A spy is sent on a secret mission during World War Two. His goal is to obtain information relating to the D-Day attack.
59.
Code Name: Emerald (1985)
A spy is sent on a secret mission during World War Two. His goal is to obtain information relating to the D-Day attack.

Cast (short)

60.
Antoine and Colette (1962)
A short sequel to "The 400 Blows" (1959), this continues the adventures of Antoine Doinel as he finds early love.

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