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Jean-Luc Godard

French New Influx director most widely known for such movies as Pierrot le Fou, Breathless, Music group of Outsiders, Alphaville and MY ENTIRE LIFE to Live. His cinematic honours consist of an Honorary Cesar, an Honorary Academy Award, as well as the Prix Jean Vigo. He wished to research anthropology in the University or college of Paris (Sorbonne), but became involved with film-making rather. He started his film profession like a critic for the important French publication Cahiers du cinéma. His 1st review was released in 1952. His 1st relationship, in July of 1967, was to Anne Wiamzemsky. His later on wives had been Anna Karina and Anne-Marie Mieville. He aimed star acting professional Jean-Paul Belmondo in the 1960 film Breathless.

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