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TRINTIGNANT

“Jean-Paul Belmondo had that rugged devil-may-care charm, and Marcello Mastrioanni was the debonair personification of restless continental drifting. Jean-Louis Trintignant may not have projected the same testosteronized charisma or slim-suited elegance of his peers, but he had a secret weapon up his sleeve: He could channel a vast world of Euro-neuroses in every minimalized glance.  The chance to witness Trintignant's mondo-prolific career in toto - from frowning male ingenue to éminence grise - makes the series nearly as invaluable as the man of the hour.”
– David Fear, Time Out New York
Click here for the full Time Out New York feature.

Click here to read Nick Pinkerton's Village Voice feature on Trintignant.

Click here to read Claire E. Peters' Cinespect article on the Trintignant series

AMOUR


Michael Haneke’s AMOUR, winner of the Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes Film Festival and starring Jean-Louis Trintignant and Emmanuelle Riva, opens at Film Forum on December 19.
 

 

Special thanks to Emmanuel Libet, Béatrice Arnaud, Muriel Guidoni-Deregnaucourt (French Cultural Services, New York), Anne-Catherine Louvet (Institut Français, Paris), Andrea Kalas, Judy Nicaud (Paramount), Mark McElhatten (Sikelia Productions), Sarah Finklea, Brian Belovarac (Janus Films), Eric Di Bernardo, Adrienne Halpern (Rialto Pictures), Chris Chouinard, Nick Varley (Park Circus), The Film Desk, Martina Knabe (Betafilm, Germany), Andrew Youdell, Fleur Buckley (BFI, London), Camilla Cormanni, Paula Ruggiero, Luciana Caprara (Istituto Luce Cinecittà, Rome), Manuela Mazzone Lopez (Intra Movies, Rome), Chantal Lam (Artedis, Paris), Laurence Bourbon (Tamasa, Paris), Thomas Oehler (Stadtkino, Basel), May Haduong (Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences)

We are most grateful to Jake Perlin for his contribution to this series.

Presented in association with
L’INSTITUT FRANCAIS and the CULTURAL SERVICES OF THE FRENCH EMBASSY
with additional support from The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences

 

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