MADRID — Cannes would not quite be Cannes without a film starring French actress Isabelle Huppert. It’s just got one: Thirteen-time Cannes competition contender Huppert toplines comedy “Paris Follies,” helmed by France’s Marc Fitoussi, that big Gallic sales-distribution-production house SND-M6 Group brings on to the market at Cannes this year. A new film from Huppert,... Read more »Read Full Story
Benoît Jacquot teams up with Isabelle Huppert for their fifth collaboration in Villa Amalia. Based on the novel by Pascal Quignard, the film, concerns the crisis of a concert pianist who systematically dismantles her old life in pursuit of a new one. This surprisingly gentle affair possesses an abrupt and restless spirit.
His career could yet be defined by his association with Huppert and it would be a fine legacy. Jacquot, although little heard of outside of his native France, is a director...Read Full Story
Alice (Isabelle Huppert) wants to make a career change in "Special Treatment." Photo by Patrick Muller.
ENNUI is a terrible affliction. It has the power to drive human beings to do all manner of daffy, dangerous and destructive things.
In “Special Treatment,” the first film from French director Jeanne Labrune in six years, she brings attention to the parallels of two seemingly different professions. It is ennui that is the cause of depression and listlessness in call girl Alice (Isabelle...Read Full Story
What is it about actress Isabelle Huppert that remains so enigmatic? We’ve never really discovered the secret but remain transfixed by the mystery. She’s a cinematic Mona Lisa.
Villa Amalia sees Huppert’s fifth collaboration with director Benoît Jacquot and based on Pascal Quignard’s novel All the Mornings of the World. It is a typical French art-house production with languorous approach to narrative and stylish cinematography.
Huppert gives a brilliant (does she ever do any less...Read Full Story
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A high class prostitute (Isabelle Huppert) and an eminent psychoanalyst discover that they share many things in common. They are both unhappy with their professions, seeking a way out that involves unique contact with each other’s worlds.
Any film with the great Isabelle Huppert has got to be worth checking out. She is simply one of the greatest French film actresses of modern times and there is nothing that...Read Full Story
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Isabelle Huppert news, related photos and videos, and reviews of Isabelle Huppert performances. According to Wikipedia: Isabelle Anne Huppert is a French actress. She grew up in Ville d'Avray, a western suburb of Paris, and was encouraged by her mother to begin acting at a young age. Huppert later attended the Conservatory of Versailles where...more
Isabelle Huppert news, related photos and videos, and reviews of Isabelle Huppert performances. According to Wikipedia: Isabelle Anne Huppert is a French actress. She grew up in Ville d'Avray, a western suburb of Paris, and was encouraged by her mother to begin acting at a young age. Huppert later attended the Conservatory of Versailles where she won a prize for her acting. She is also an alum of Europe's most prestigious National Conservatory of Dramatic Art of Paris, CNSAD.