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Also Known As: Died: September 9, 2006
Born: July 23, 1927 Cause of Death: cancer
Birth Place: Montrouge, Hauts-de-Seine, FR Profession: screenwriter, director, production assistant, publicist

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Distinguished writer who earned his first screenplay credit for Roman Polanski's "Amsterdam" segment of the omnibus feature, "Les Plus belles escroqueries du monde" (1964). Brach is known as a regular collaborator with Polanski (from "Repulsion" 1965 through "Frantic" 1979), Jean-Jacques Annaud ("Quest For Fire" 1981, "The Name of the Rose" 1986, "The Bear" 1988) and Andrei Konchalovsky ("Maria's Lovers" 1985, "Shy People" 1987).

Distinguished writer who earned his first screenplay credit for Roman Polanski's "Amsterdam" segment of the omnibus feature, "Les Plus belles escroqueries du monde" (1964). Brach is known as a regular collaborator with Polanski (from "Repulsion" 1965 through "Frantic" 1979), Jean-Jacques Annaud ("Quest For Fire" 1981, "The Name of the Rose" 1986, "The Bear" 1988) and Andrei Konchalovsky ("Maria's Lovers" 1985, "Shy People" 1987).

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DIRECTOR:

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  Bateau sur l'herbe, Le (1971) Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 De Domeinen Ditvoorst (1993) Himself
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1964:
First film as screenwriter, Roman Polanski's "Amsterdam" segment of the omnibus feature "Les Plus belles escroqueries du monde"
1965:
First feature film as solo writer, "Repulsion" (dir. Polanski)

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