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Born: October 25, 1931 Cause of Death:
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Cast (feature film)

Dillinger is Dead (2009) as Maid
Glauco, an industrial engineer returns home from work to find his wife in bed with a headache. He decides to prepare a gourmet dinner for himself. In the midst of preparing the meal he discovers an old revolver wrapped in newspaper. He spends his evening cooking, cleaning and painting the gun red with white polka dots, watching TV, seducing the maid, abusing his passed out wife and much worse.
Christian (2007)
Lauranne lives with Patrick, a perverted director with little talent. Even though she's bright, her education pushed her to act as a victim in all her intimate relationships with men, until Christian becomes an important part of her life. Lauranne finds Patrick with his niece, both naked in bed. Lau
Cache (2005)
Georges, a television talk show host, and his wife Anne, are living the perfect life of modern comfort and security. One day, their idyll is disrupted in the form of a mysterious videotape that appears on their doorstep. On it they are being filmed by a hidden camera from across the street with no c
This Is My Body (2001) as Grandmother
With a place in the family business and a beautiful girlfriend, wealthy Antoine seems to have everything. But his life is sent spinning when he's offered the lead role in a film. Agonizing over whether he should take the part, Antoine learns that Lucas, the actor previously cast for the role, had co
Piano Teacher, The (2001) as The Mother
Erika Kohut is a piano teacher at the Vienna Conservatory prestigious music school in Vienna. In her early forties and single, she lives with her overprotective and controlling mother in a hermetically sealed world of love-hate and dependency, where there is no room for men. Her sex life consists of
Preference (1998) as Blanche
Story of a man who, just released from prison, has hot sex with a woman only to find out that her husband is his kid brother.
Hotel Shanghai (1997) as Mme Tissaud
Set several days before the infamous Bloody Sabbath of August 14, 1937 when a Japanese bomb landed on the Shanghai Hotel killing everyone, a mysterious Russian aristocrat Helen Russell arrives in the arms of her drunken British husband Bobbie Russell. She discovers that pictures of herself with a J
Age de Braise, L' (1997)
Caroline is getting to an age when life is full of memories. She decides to devote her time to putting her past in some kind of order.
Les Miserables (1995) as Thenardiere Farmer Woman
Loosely based on Victor Hugo''s classic 1862 novel. Henri Fortin is a rough-hewn but good-hearted man whose trials and tribulations echo the story of Hugo''s hero, Jean Valjean. Though born in the humblest of circumstances, Fortin encounters a diverse array of people in his life and is alternately perceived as a savior and a villain as the fortunes of the world are rocked by the events leading up to, including and immediately following the Second World War.
Hold-up Girls, The (1994) as Mere Cecile
Four resourceful girlfriends turn their financial luck around by robbing banks.
Merci, la vie (1991) as The Old Mother
A contemporary coming-of-age story about two young women in France.
There Were Days and Moons (1990) as Woman Alone
The potent combination of Daylight Saving and a full moon leads to heightened conflict for assorted characters.
Comedie d'amour (1989) as Le Fleau
Film is based on the life of writer and critic Paul Leautaud.
Cinq jours en juin (1989) as Marcelle
An autobiographical war drama set during the 1944 Normandy invasion.
Prisonnieres (1988) as Marthe
The lives of women in prison, focusing on the relationships they form.
On a vole la cuisse de Jupiter (1986) as Lise Tanquerelle
Souvenirs, Souvenirs (1984) as Emma
Partir Revenir (1984) as Helene Riviere
Liste Noire (1984) as Jeanne Dufour
La Vie Continue (1982) as Jeanne
Une Robe noire pour un tueur (1981) as Florence Nat
All Night Long (1981) as French Teacher
George Dupler is fed up with his life. He hates his job as the manager of an all-night drugstore, the fact that he is in debt, and he is also fairly dissatisfied with his wife Helen, so enters into an affair with one of her relatives.
Coeur a l'Envers, Le (1980) as Laure
Bobo Jacco (1979) as Magda
Le Cavaleur (1978)
Docteur Francoise Gailland (1978) as Francoise
Vas-Y Maman (1978) as Annie
Zizanie, La (1978) as Bernadette
Dear Detective (1978) as Commissaire Lise Tanquerelle
Romance in the prime of life. When Lise's car bumps Antoine's bike, they recognize each other from a brief fling 20 years before while at the Sorbonne. He's now a professor of Greek; she's loathe to tell him she's a police inspector. A call interrupts their first dinner date: a Deputy of the National Assembly has been murdered. She has a suspect, another Deputy, and must track him while deflecting Antoine's eye from her vocation. All roads in the inquiry lead to Christine Vallier, the dead Deputy's mistress, a beguiling 22-year-old whose mother ran the Assembly's snack bar. When more deputies die and Antoine learns Lise's identity, she must act quickly solve the crime and save her future.
Cle Sur la Porte, La (1978) as Marie
Amour en Question, L' (1978) as Suzanne Corbier
Point de mire, Le (1977) as Daniele Gaur
Dernier Baiser, Le (1977) as Annie
chacun son enfer, A (1976) as Madeleine
Cours apres moi que je t'attrape (1976) as Jacqueline
Il Sospetto (1975) as Teresa
Gitan, Le (1975) as Ninie
Il Pleut sur Santiago (1975) as Maria
Gifle, La (1974) as Helene
Juliette et Juliette (1973) as Juliette
Ursule et Grelu (1973) as Ursule
Traitement de choc (1972) as Helene
To Die Of Love (1972) as Daniele
Vieille Fille, Le (1971) as Muriel
Les Feux de la Chandeleur (1971) as Marie-Louise
Mandarine, La (1971) as Severine
Love Is a Funny Thing (1970) as Françoise
Two French filmmakers working in the U.S. fall in love with each other.
The Seed of Man (1970) as Anna
Story of a Woman (1970) as Liliana Cardini
Les Gauloises Bleues (1969) as The Mother
Life Love Death (1969) as Woman in film
"Life, Love, Death" was made before the abolition of capital punishment in France. Its central message is the inhumanity of the guillotine. The film, which is shot somewhat in a cinema verite style, divides roughly into three acts. In Act One, there is a series of murders of prostitutes in Paris. An obviously deeply disturbed man is hiring these prostitutes and then strangling them. Suspicion falls on François (Amidou), a married man with a child. The police put him under surveillance. (Viewers will recognize the inspector in charge of the team as Marcel Bozzuffi, who would play Popeye Doyle's nemesis in The French Connection a couple of years later.) Ironically, François is experiencing spiritual healing and renewal through the power of love---not with his wife, of course, this being a French film, but through an affair with a beautiful young woman he has met (not a prostitute). But just as this is happening and François seems to have lost the need to commit violent crimes, he is arrested. Act Two is the arraignment, trial and exposition of François's life and history. His recent transformation, of course, makes no impression on the court, and he is sentenced to death by guillotine. Act Three is a documentary-style record of François's last days in prison and his execution. The last scene in the film is an image of the guillotine's blade beginning its descent; it slows and freezes and there is a fade to black, as a voiceover issues a passionate plea for abolition of the guillotine.
The Witches (1968) as Valeria
Live for Life (1967) as Catherine Colomb
Robert Colomb (Yves Montand), a famous TV newscaster, is married to Catherine (Annie Girardot), but is continually unfaithful. He is about to replace his current mistress, Mireille (Irene Tunc), with Jacqueline (Anouk Ferjak)when he meets, and becomes fascinated with Candice (Candice Bergen.) He takes her along on an assignment in Kenya and later establishes an "arrangement" with her in Amsterdam. When he tells Catherine about the affair, she is silent. He is assigned to Viet Nam, tells Candice their affair is over and, to his astonishment, discovers that is more than acceptable to her as she as tired of him. Returning from a Vietnamese prison he decides to return also to Catherine, but discovers she has made a new life for herself. He ponders whether he should break into her life again, rekindle their old love or just disappear from her life. While he is pondering, Catherine---a big hand for the little lady---makes the decision for this selfish and conceited ass. Note: The ad billing instructions on this film in English language countries was that the name of Candice Bergen must appear in second position behind Yves Montand, but in third position, behind Annie Girardot, in other countries.
The Witches (1967)
This Dino De Laurentiis production from 1965 is actually an anthology of five different directors'' work, each telling their own stories about witches. The five stories are "The Witch Burned Alive," "Civic Sense," "The Earth As Seen From The Moon," "The Girl From Sicily," and "A Night Like Any Other."
Male Companion (1966) as Clara
Engagement Italiano (1966) as Clara
The Dirty Game (1966) as Nanette [Monique]
Trois Chambres a Manhattan (1965) as Kay
A pair of French people, an ex-countess and an actor, meet in New York and fall in love.
Vice and Virtue (1965) as Juliette
La bonne soupe (1964) as Marie-Paule [young]
An older woman recounts her sordid past.
The Ape Woman (1964) as Maria
A man meets a woman covered with hair, decides to exploit her as a sideshow attraction, and ends up falling in love with her.
The Organizer (1964) as Niobe
At the turn of the century exploited textile factory workers fight for better working conditions.
Crime Does Not Pay (1962) as Gabrielle Fenayrou
Smog (1962)
Lovers on a Tightrope (1962) as Cora
Shadow of Adultery (1961) as Anna
A woman, bored with being just a set-piece for her husband, starts her own art gallery and takes up with another lover while finding an outlet to assert her own independence.
Love and the Frenchwoman (1961) as Danielle
The seven stages in the life of a modern Frenchwomen are disclosed by seven directors in a comedic way.
Rocco and His Brothers (1961) as Nadia
When a widow''''s family moves to the big city, two of her sons become romantic rivals, with deadly results.
Inspector Maigret (1958) as Yvonne Maurin
A detective is on the trail of serial killer, who attacks women at night.

Producer (feature film)

Ursule et Grelu (1973) as Producer

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

Mussolini: The Decline and Fall of Il Duce (1985) as Rachele Mussolini
A two-part miniseries about the final years of the Italian Fascist dictator, Benito Mussolini. The plot focuses on his relationships with his daughter, Edda, and her husband, Count Galeazzo Ciano, his mistress, and with Adolf Hitler.

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