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Juliette Binoche: ‘Relationships Are Hard’ Juliette Binoche Thinks Relationships And Partners Can

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She sparked the interest of Steven Spielberg, who offered her several parts including a role in Jurassic Park which she declined, choosing instead to join Krzysztof Kieslowski on the set of Three Colors: Blue (1993), a performance for which she won the Venice Film Festival Award for Best Actress and a César. During their teens, the Binoche sisters spent their school holidays with their maternal grandmother, not seeing either parent for months at a time. She studied acting at the Conservatoire National Supérieur d’Art Dramatique (CNSAD), but quit after a short time as she disliked the curriculum. in the early 1980s, she found an agent through a friend and joined a theater troupe with which she toured France, Belgium and Switzerland under the pseudonym “Juliette Adrienne”. Around this time she began lessons with the famed acting coach Vera Gregh. She gained more significant exposure in Jacques Doillon’s critically acclaimed Family Life, which cast her as the volatile teenage step-daughter of Sami Frey’s central character.

Juliette Binoche: ‘Relationships are hard’ Juliette Binoche thinks relationships and partners can be a “real challenge” and maintaining them is “an art”. Juliette Binoche believes relationships… [link]

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It Was To Be Later In 1985 That Binoche Would Fully Emerge

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She has appeared in more than 40 feature films, been recipient of numerous international accolades, is a published author and has appeared on stage across the world. For her performance in Lasse Hallström’s romantic comedy Chocolat (2000) Binoche was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress. Juliette Binoche was born in Paris, the daughter of Jean-Marie Binoche, a director, actor and sculptor, and Monique Stalens, a teacher, director and actress. However, she has stated that the experience was not particularly memorable or influential. in April 1985, Binoche followed this with another supporting role in Bob Decout’s Adieu Blaireau, a policier thriller starring Philippe Léotard and Annie Girardot. It was to be later in 1985 that Binoche would fully emerge as a leading actress with her role in André Téchiné’s Rendez-vous. Rendez-Vous is the story of a provincial actress, Nina (Binoche), who arrives in Paris and embarks on a series of dysfunctional liaisons with several men, including the moody, suicidal Quentin (Lambert Wilson).
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