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SummaryIsabelle Huppert (born as Isabelle Anne Madeleine Huppert in Paris, France) is a famous Actress from France, she is 60 years old and still alive, born March 16, 1955.
BiographyIsabelle Anne Madeleine Huppert is one of France's most famous actors. Huppert is probably best known for playing roles that cold women on the verge of a nervous breakdown. She has a long acting career behind her and has been active in both the movie theater. Since its debut in 1972, Huppert appeared in over 90 film and tvproduktioner. The breakthrough came in the lead role in Spetsknypplerskan 1977th
She has won awards for roles in films like The Pianist by Michael Haneke and ceremony by Claude Chabrol. Huppert is one of only four women who won the award for best actress at the Cannes Film Festival twice, for the roles of Violette - giftmörderskan (1978) and The Pianist (2001). Huppert has during his career, repeatedly returned to collaborations with many award-winning directors in addition to Claude Chabrol and Michael Haneke, such as Jean-Luc Godard (Sauve qui therapist la vie, Passion) and Bertrand Tavernier. She has also played with the films of Claire Denis (White Material), Francois Ozon (8 Women) and Olivier Assayas (Les Destinées sentiment ales).
Zodiac etc.She is born under the zodiac pisces, who is known for Fluctuation, Depth, Imagination, Reactive, Indecisive. Our collection contains 25 quotes who is written / told by Isabelle, under the main topic Parenting.
Related authors: Jean-Luc Godard, Claude Chabrol
Source / external links:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isabelle_Huppert
Famous quotes by Isabelle Huppert (25)
"I never wondered whether I should be a stage actress or a movie actress"
"In a very complex way, things have improved in the dramatic field. Before you had the good and the bad and you couldn't mingle them. Now it's more ambiguous"
"My mom's a Catholic, and my dad's a Jew, and they didn't want anything to do with anything"
"Once you have made the decision to do the film, once you have identified the desire and all the deep and personal, intimate, artistic reasons why you want to do the film, then it's more a matter of how to do things"
"For a long time I have compared cinema to music, I think cinema has a lot to do with the rhythm of music"
"But someone like Claude Chabrol tries to make a connection between the society in which we live and the social reasons which make monsters out of some people"
"Before I do a play I say that I hope it's going to be for as short a time as possible but, once you do it, it is a paradoxical pleasure. One evening out of two there are five minutes of a miracle and for those five minutes you want to do it again and again. It's like a drug"
"The Greeks already understood that there was more interest in portraying an unusual character than a usual character - that is the purpose of films and theatre"
"Perhaps Europeans are a bit more skeptic whereas Americans are more believers"
"I don't know if you ever say to yourself that you want to be an actress. It eventually becomes a social function - you are an actress and you make a living out of it, but at the beginning it's more a matter of how to survive, or how to exist in a certain way"
"Going through this musical experience really helped us to understand the core of the film"
"For me, making films is like being on vacation, it's a nice walk. But theatre is like mountaineering. You never know whether you're going to fall off or make it to the top"
"For an actress there is no greater gift than having a camera in front of you, listening to the most beautiful music in the world and just being looked at!"
"It really helps you to go through difficult situations by just thinking about it as being a big amount of work which you have to solve how to do. For example, I don't feel very inspired when I act, I just act. That's it"
"I think being an actress is more how to cope with the fact that you can't do anything else than to express a talent. It's a way of being untalented for anything"
"Even for the most difficult scenes, and there are difficult scenes in the film, and because Michael Haneke is such a great film-maker - I think a great film-maker is not only being inspired, but how to do it, how to make it as real as possible, knowing that it's not real"
"But on the whole, nothing requires unbearable energy for me, it's just a normal thing"
"Yes, he wanted me to do Funny Games before, which I didn't want to do because the film was very theoretical - the way people experience violence on screen. There was very little space for fiction, it was more like a sacrifice for the actors than anything else"
"But it wasn't just a technical approach towards the piano, studying the music for this film was also a way of approaching the soul of the film, because the film is really about the soul of Schubert and the soul of Bach"
"I like to take these unusual characters and then make them as normal as possible, because we all know that the tragedy and the abnormal always hides itself behind the normal"
"When you come to do the film, it is not the time to wonder why you do it. It's just how to do it"
"I did a film very quickly, and then a lot of work for television, and then I did stage work"
"Firstly I did it in this huge theatre in Avignon, then to smaller places, then bigger places. You have to change the volume of the voice, give more or less. The way you have to relate to space makes it like sculpture"