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Bertrand Blier

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Also Known As: Died:
Born: March 14, 1939 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Paris, FR Profession: director, screenwriter, novelist, assistant director

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Undeniably gifted director whose blackly humorous, often surrealistic and sometimes misogynistic films have divided critics.

Undeniably gifted director whose blackly humorous, often surrealistic and sometimes misogynistic films have divided critics.

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DIRECTOR:

2.
  Cotelettes, Les (2003) Director
3.
  Les Acteurs (2000) Director
4.
  Mon Homme (1997) Director
5.
  1, 2, 3 Soleil (1993) Director
6.
  Merci, la vie (1991) Director
7.
  Too Beautiful For You (1989) Director
8.
  Menage (1986) Director
9.
  Notre Histoire (1984) Director
10.
  La Femme de mon pote (1984) Director

CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Les Acteurs (2000) Himself
2.
 Patrick Dewaere (1992) Himself
3.
 Femmes Fatales (1976)
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1960:
Worked as 2nd assistant director for Georges Lautner
1962:
Feature-length directing debut with the documentary "Hitler... Connais pas!/Hitler... Never Heard of Him!"
1966:
Short fiction film directing debut, "La grimace"
1967:
Fiction feature directing debut, "Si j'etais un espion/ /Breakdown/If I Were a Spy"
1972:
Published novel "Les Valseuses"
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Education

Lycee Claude Bernard: -

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father:
Bernard Blier. Actor.

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"Les valseuses"

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