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I try to get those characters, though, because I’m not interested in playing a part where she serves soup to the guy.
It’s not a question of pride, it’s a question of artistic interest. But because I have other interests, some people believe I’m not super-attached to my work – but that’s not true. Sometimes I’m too insecure and I can lack self-confidence. All the boys I have known say that I can be a pain. When I was a teenager I liked actors very much – but didn’t fall in love with them.
() Fictional depictions of terrorism are sometimes a little too close to reality.
After the horrific attack in Nice, two films, "Bastille Day" and "Made in France," fuel the debate on the media's role in glorifying terror. Harvey Weinstein victim Asia Argento and women rights' activists in France and around the world have excoriated French star Catherine Deneuve and co-signatories of a letter criticizing #Me Too.
Natalie Portman as Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Ryan Gosling in a musical romantic comedy made the shortlist.The image of the whimsical, but absolutely adorable Amélie Poulain will always be associated with her.(In French, Poulain fittingly means "foal.") It is this role that made Audrey Tautou world famous practically overnight.In the beginning she continued to work with lesser known directors and starred in "L'Auberge Espagnole" (2002) and its sequal, "Russian Dolls" (2005) with director Cédric Klapisch.She found international recognition as an actress when she played in the 2006 adaptation of "The Da Vinci Code," based on the bestselling novel by Dan Brown.