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Jeanne Moreau, star of Jules et Jim, dies aged 89
The legendary screen actor became synonymous with the French New Wave, appearing in works directed by Louis Malle and François Truffaut
Articles: 3 (Rank: 27)
Tonality: 9.333333
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Comments: 329
Tonality: 8.0
  • The Jules et Jim star had a world-weary presence that created a space for a new type of female actor in French film.
  • But it was Truffaut who dispelled the gloom, making Moreau smile again as the skittish Catherine in Jules et Jim.
  • In the 1950s she moved to film, and achieved national recognition with starring roles in two Louis Malle movies: the film noir Lift to the Scaffold and the drama Les Amants (The Lovers).
  • And that has to emerge.” Moreau is survived by her son.
  • Wish I spoke French to truly appreciate her worth.
  • A great actress and beautiful film star, Jeanne Moreau has died.
  • And all this within the guarded discipline of the role - as both an immensely skilled technical actor, inhabiting the character with deceptive, almost insouciant ease, and as a strangely detached, wayward presence.
  • Incidentally, Jules et Jim is a true story, later told by one of the two female character's lovers, the French one, Henri-Pierre Roché, in the novel which Truffaut adapted.
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Jeanne Moreau obituary

Queen of the French New Wave who combined sharp intelligence and smouldering sexuality

Text length: 11660
Tonality: 7
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Comments: 27
Tonality: 8

Published: 1. 8. 2017 12:08:33

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 54

  • Wish I spoke French to truly appreciate her worth.
  • And all this within the guarded discipline of the role - as both an immensely skilled technical actor, inhabiting the character with deceptive, almost insouciant ease, and as a strangely detached, wayward presence.
  • Thank you for this: a comprehensive survey of a magical and wonderful presence in cinema.
  • This piece, a monologue, is one of the most extraordinary things I have ever seen in the medium; the mimed strike in it as shockingly powerful in the theatre as Fassbinder captured it on film.
  • A serious omission is the series "Les Rois Maudits" near the end of her career.
Jeanne Moreau: the intelligent, complex star who lit up the French New Wave

The Jules et Jim star had a world-weary presence that created a space for a new type of female actor in French film. Above all she was a great screen star

Text length: 6047
Tonality: 14
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Comments: 92
Tonality: 8

Published: 1. 8. 2017 13:37:26

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 43

  • There's nothing wrong with the word actress and it conveys more information.
  • Why are we told that the likes of Gillian Anderson, Elizabeth Moss and Jeanne Moreau are 'beauties'?
  • She was stunning - this diminutive powerhouse of beauty and intellect.
  • And I'm sure he never saw a movie with Jeanne Moreau.
  • That film -and Moreau's perfect embodiment of the integrality of female flesh and soul- changed the cinema forever.
Jeanne Moreau, star of Jules et Jim, dies aged 89

The legendary screen actor became synonymous with the French New Wave, appearing in works directed by Louis Malle and François Truffaut

Text length: 3192
Tonality: 7
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Comments: 210
Tonality: 8

Published: 31. 7. 2017 14:12:22

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 54

  • Jules and Jim are best friends – perhaps soulmates – who together pursue a charmed life of bohemian indulgence in turn-of-the-century Paris.
  • French Mother from Oldham analyse that info and get back to us.
  • And a wonderful role with Julie Walters and Joan Plowright (and a young Lena Headey) in the delightful tv film The Clothes in the Wardrobe.
  • And all this within the guarded discipline of the role - as both an immensely skilled technical actor, inhabiting the character with deceptive, almost insouciant ease, and as a strangely detached, wayward presence.
  • So quickly that you added an accent that didn't belong?