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Sabine Azéma

Sabine Azéma
Portrait in 1996
Born (1949-09-20) 20 September 1949
Paris, France
Occupation Stage and film actress, director
Years active 1975–present
Spouse(s) Michel Lengliney Alain Resnais (1998-2014; his death)

Sabine Azéma (born 20 September 1949) is a French stage and film actress and director. Born in Paris, she graduated from the Paris Conservatory of Dramatic Arts.

Contents

  • Career 1
  • Filmography 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Career

Sabine Azéma at the César Awards ceremony in 1998 .

Her film career began in 1975. Azéma appeared in A Sunday in the Country (1984), for which she won a César Award for Best Actress, and numerous films of Alain Resnais, including Life Is a Bed of Roses (1983), L'Amour à mort (1984), Mélo (which won her a second César Award for Best Actress), Smoking/No Smoking (1993), On connaît la chanson (1997), Pas sur la bouche (2003), and Cœurs (2006). She has been nominated a further five times.

Filmography

Actress
Year Title Role Director
1976 On aura tout vu[1] ("The Bottom Line") Claude Ferroni Georges Lautner
Le Chasseur de chez Maxim's[2] Geneviève Claude Vital[3]
1977 La Dentellière ("The Lacemaker") Corinne Claude Goretta
1981 On n'est pas des anges... elles non plus[4] Marie-Louise Michel Lang
1983 La vie est un roman ("Life Is a Bed of Roses") Elisabeth Alain Resnais
1984 Un dimanche à la campagne ("A Sunday in the Country") Irène Bertrand Tavernier
L'Amour à mort ("Love Unto Death") Elisabeth Alain Resnais
1985 Zone rouge[5] ("Zone Red"[6]) Claire Robert Enrico
1986 Mélo Romaine Alain Resnais
La Puritaine[7][8] ("The Prude"[9]) Ariane Jacques Doillon
1989 La Vie et rien d'autre ("Life and Nothing But") Irène Bertrand Tavernier
Vanille fraise[10] ("Vanilla-Strawberry"[11]) Clarisse Gérard Oury
Cinq jours en juin[12] ("Five Days In June"[13]) Yvette Michel Legrand
1993 Smoking/No Smoking Celia/Sylvie / Irene / Rowena / Josephine Alain Resnais
1995 Les Cent et Une Nuits de Simon Cinéma ("A Hundred and One Nights") Sabine/Irène Agnès Varda
Le bonheur est dans le pré ("Happiness Is in the Field") Nicole Étienne Chatiliez
Mon homme ("My Man") Bérangère Bertrand Blier
Noir comme le souvenir [14] ("Black for Remembrance"[15]) Lucy Jean-Pierre Mocky
1997 On connaît la chanson ("Same Old Song") Odile Alain Resnais
1999 Le schpountz Françoise Gérard Oury
La Bûche ("Season's Beatings") Louba Danièle Thompson
2000 La Chambre des officiers ("The Officers' Ward") Anaïs François Dupeyron
2001 Tanguy Edith Guetz Étienne Chatiliez
2003 Pas sur la bouche ("Not on the Lips") Gilberte Valandray Alain Resnais
Le Mystère de la chambre jaune ("The Mystery Of The Yellow Room"[16]) Mathilde Stangerson Bruno Podalydès[17]
2005 Le Parfum de la dame en noir [18] Mathilde Stangerson Bruno Podalydès
Peindre ou faire l'Amour ("To Paint or Make Love") Madeleine Arnaud Larrieu et Jean-Marie Larrieu
Olé ! [19] Alexandra Veber Florence Quentin
2006 Cœurs ("Private Fears in Public Places") Charlotte Alain Resnais
2007 Faut que ça danse ! ("Let's Dance") Violette Noémie Lvovsky
2008 Le Voyage aux Pyrénées[20] ("Journey to the Pyrenees"

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Aurore Lalu Arnaud et Jean-Marie Larrieu
2009 Les Herbes folles Marguerite Muir Alain Resnais
Les Derniers Jours du monde ("Happy End") the Marquise of Arcangues Arnaud et Jean-Marie Larrieu
2010 Donnant Donnant[22] Jeanne Isabelle Mergault
2011 La Fille du puisatier[23] ("The Well-Digger's Daughter"[24]) Madame Mazel Daniel Auteuil
2012 Vous n'avez encore rien vu Eurydice I Alain Resnais
2013 Aimer, boire et chanter ("Life of Riley") Kathryn Alain Resnais
2014 Tante Hilda ("Aunt Hilda") Aunt Hilda Benoît Chieux, Jacques-Rémy Girerd
2015 Cosmos Madame Woytis Andrzej Żuławski
Director
Year Title Cast Notes
1992 Bonjour Monsieur Doisneau[25] Robert Doisneau as himself Documentary film
1997 Quand le chat sourit[26] Pierre Arditi, Jane Birkin TV movie

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