Snow-capped Western Day of theOutlaw is another one, ditto Black Orpheus (the Carnival-set Brazilian drama which won the Golden Palm at Cannes), ditto Claude Chabrol
's The Cousins , Chabrol being another of those French New Wave troublemakers.
Over the course of her five-decade career she collaborated with celebrated directors such as Michael Haneke, Claude Chabrol
, Jean-Luc Godard, Otto Preminger, Bertrand Tavernier, Bertrand Blier, Claire Denis and Paul Verhoeven.
In many ways, the story has been fashioned as a wink-wink tribute to its leading lady: That Greta likes to tickle the ivories is a clear reference to Huppert's masterful performance in Michael Haneke's 'The Piano Teacher', while her work in Claude Chabrol
's 'Merci Pour le Chocolat' might explain the character's talent for drugging hot beverages.
In 2000 she co-starred with Isabelle Huppert in Claude Chabrol
's Merci pour le Chocolat.
Il a aussi fait carriere au cinema: en quelque 80 films, il tourna avec Francois Truffaut ([beaucoup moins que]Tirez sur le pianiste[beaucoup plus grand que]), Volker Schlondorff ([beaucoup moins que]Le tambour[beaucoup plus grand que]), Claude Chabrol
([beaucoup moins que]les fantomes du chapelier[beaucoup plus grand que])…
The Filipino film will be presented in an eclectic lineup that includes Bernardo Bertolucci's '1900' (1976), Michelangelo Antonioni's 'Red Desert' (1964), Milos Forman's 'Black Peter' (1963), Claude Chabrol
's 'The Third Lover' (1962), Jean-Luc Godard's 'Two or Three Things I Know About Her' (1967), and Steven Spielberg's 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind' (1977).
You've acted in more than 100 films since, working with some of the world's best directors--Jean-Luc Godard, Claude Chabrol
, Michael Haneke--on multiple occasions.
By the time of Bay of Angels, when Evein was just 34 years old, he had designed eleven features, including Louis Malle's Les Amants (1958) and Zazie dans le metro (1960), Claude Chabrol
's Les Cousins (1959) and A double tour (1960), Jean-Luc Godard's A Woman is a Woman (1961), the academy award-winning Sundays and Cyb'ele (1962) by Serge Bourguignon, and Demy's Lola.
"Ophelia," a 1963 film directed by French New Wave filmmaker Claude Chabrol
, in which the story of "Hamlet" is adapted to 1960s France, is also among the highlights.