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Anne Wiazemsky was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Wiazemsky began her acting career with roles in such films as "The Chinese Girl" (1968), "Weekend" (1968) with Mireille Darc and "Pigsty" (1969). She also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "Theorem" (1969) with Terence Stamp, "The Wind From the East" (1969) and "1 1" (1969) with Mick Jagger. She continued to work steadily in film throughout the seventies, appearing in "One American Movie/1 A.M." (1971), the Maurice Ronet romance "Raphael, ou le Debauche" (1971) and the Jean-Luc Godard experimental "Vladimir et Rosa" (1971). She also appeared in "Georges Qui?" (1972). During the latter half of her career, she continued to act in "Meme les momes ont du vague a l'Ame" (1979), "L' Enfant Secret" (1983) and the comedy "Elle a passe tant d'heures sous les Sunlights" (1985) with Mireille Perrier. She also appeared in "Qui trop embrasse" (1986) and the drama "Rendez-vous" (1987) with Juliette Binoche. Most recently, Wiazemsky wrote the Alba-Gaïa Kraghede Bellugi dramatic adaptation "Je M'appelle Elisabeth" (2006).

Anne Wiazemsky was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Wiazemsky began her acting career with roles in such films as "The Chinese Girl" (1968), "Weekend" (1968) with Mireille Darc and "Pigsty" (1969). She also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "Theorem" (1969) with Terence Stamp, "The Wind From the East" (1969) and "1 1" (1969) with Mick Jagger. She continued to work steadily in film throughout the seventies, appearing in "One American Movie/1 A.M." (1971), the Maurice Ronet romance "Raphael, ou le Debauche" (1971) and the Jean-Luc Godard experimental "Vladimir et Rosa" (1971). She also appeared in "Georges Qui?" (1972). During the latter half of her career, she continued to act in "Meme les momes ont du vague a l'Ame" (1979), "L' Enfant Secret" (1983) and the comedy "Elle a passe tant d'heures sous les Sunlights" (1985) with Mireille Perrier. She also appeared in "Qui trop embrasse" (1986) and the drama "Rendez-vous" (1987) with Juliette Binoche. Most recently, Wiazemsky wrote the Alba-Gaïa Kraghede Bellugi dramatic adaptation "Je M'appelle Elisabeth" (2006).

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 Ville etrangere (1988) Stephanie
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 Testament d'un poete juif assassine (1987) Raissa Kossover
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 Rendezvous (1985) Administrator
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 Ausleiferung, Die (1974) Nathalie
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 Le Train (1973) Girl
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 Georges Qui? (1972) Georges Sand
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