Filmography


——— 1996 ———

 • Passage à l'acte
    (Neutralitι mal-
    veillante)

——— 1995 ———

 • Frankie Starlight

——— 1994 ———

 • À la folie (Six Days,
    Six Nights)

——— 1992 ———

 • Innocent Blood
    (A French Vampire
    in America)

 • Map of the Human
    Heart

——— 1990 ———

 • Nikita (La Femme
    Nikita)

——— 1989 ———

 • Che ora é? (Quelle
    heure est-il? / What
    Time is It?)

——— 1987 ———

 • Juillet en Septembre

——— 1982 ———

 • Le battant (The
    Cache)

——— 1981 ———

 • Pour la peau d'un
    flic (Whirlpool)

——— 1980 ———

 • Girls

 • Patrizia (Patricia)

——— 1978 ———

 • Ecoute voir

 • L'hôtel de la plage
    (The Beach Hotel)


Primary Source:
[Internet Movie Database]
Please consult for further info.


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Anne exploded into the international scene with her "hit" lead role in 1990's Nikita (La Femme Nikita), the French spy thriller with a Pygmalion twist which earned her a Cιsar, France's equivalent of the American Oscar (as well as a similar award in Italy), for Best Actress.

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Her latest film (alas released only in France as yet) is Passage à l'acte, a psychological thriller co-starring Daniel Auteuil (also pictured above) and Patrick Tensit; the screenplay is adapted from Jean-Pierre Gattegno's novel, Neutralitι Malveillante.

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Anne was seen recently backstage in Paris at "Master Class: The Singing Lessons of Maria Callas" starring Fanny Ardant as the opera diva, Maria Callas. The play, adapted by Pierre Laville from Terrence McNally's original and directed by Roman Polanski, revolves around Callas's legendary masterclasses at New York's Juilliard School of Music toward the end of her career in the late 1960s. By bringing her considerable experience and talent to a new generation of singers, critic Jean-Claude Brialy notes, "These lessons of song are in truth a lesson about life." Pictured with Anne are Ardant, Charlotte Rampling, and Jane Birkin.

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