Audrey tautou dating 2016

23-Mar-2016 22:07

They knew if it didn’t work and I failed as an actress, I would resume my studies if I needed to. I play a girl with a water lily growing in her lung.

You’ve just shot Mood Indigo with Michel Gondry, who made Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind.

And I can say it because I heard it said by Annie Miller, his wife, but he passed away a few hours after [Cannes’ artistic director] Thierry Frémaux had told him the film would go to Cannes. I don’t think they give special treatment to French actors.

Do you think there are far less interesting roles for women in the film industry generally? It’s not easy or common to find very interesting and central female parts.

You said in one interview that you were not ‘super-attached’ to your career. My main passion is to act and the reason I don’t work that much is because I give everything I have when I’m working and it takes a lot to recover. Were your parents happy when you said you wanted to become an actress? Is it true that you were surprised that Gondry wanted you? Maybe it’s because when I admire some people, I can’t believe that they want me. I have a very strong character and just because I’m a woman doesn’t mean I’m going to do what the man wants. It’s very flattering to feel people like you and the way you act. Of course I like to read about the stories of other actors when I’m on the train. For example, I am a big fan of Aretha Franklin but I don’t know a thing about her private life and I don’t care.

They were not really happy but they were reassured because I was a good student. Everything we did in this movie every day was a surprise. It’s a most beautiful recognition – and I’m very grateful for that – but falling in love with actors… Maybe people are happy to fantasise so they think everything is better in their own lives.

Audrey Tautou, 36, charmed us in Amélie, starred in The Da Vinci Code and plays a woman in a loveless marriage in new film Thérèse. I really wanted to explore the dark side of, maybe, my personality; even if I’m not like Thérèse. You worked on The Da Vinci Code but never really went back to Hollywood. A Hollywood career is a very special choice of living because you are far from everybody, far from your friends. Even though I love American movies, and I admire some directors and would love to work with them, to have a career there would be too much of a sacrifice.

I had planned to come back to see him at the hospital a few days later. We were talking about cinema; his eyes were sparkling. He was saying ‘If we go to Cannes, we will have to dress nicely’. It would be very difficult for me to find something else.I try to get those characters, though, because I’m not interested in playing a part where she serves soup to the guy.It’s not a question of pride, it’s a question of artistic interest. But because I have other interests, some people believe I’m not super-attached to my work – but that’s not true. Sometimes I’m too insecure and I can lack self-confidence. All the boys I have known say that I can be a pain. When I was a teenager I liked actors very much – but didn’t fall in love with them.If you’re going to #netflixandchill with that special someone or just dream about someone with whom you can snuggle up on the couch and watch movies, then our list of the 50 Best Romantic Comedies Streaming on Netflixhas you covered. It’s love at first sight, but they’re both dating other people, so they decide to leave things up to fate, writing their numbers down on a bill and a used book, releasing them into the wild and hoping those digits magically find their way back to them. Obviously, but that doesn’t make it any less of an enjoyable ride.—Bonnie Stiernberg 49.These rom-coms will make you laugh, might make you tear up, and will certainly have you rooting for love to win the day in its epic, underdog struggle with loneliness and disconnection. Cut to a few years later, both Jonathan and Sara have dull or outright annoying fiances who stand in the way of true love (isn’t that always how it goes? Save the Date Year: 2012 Director: Michael Mohan A keen observation of the transition from artsy hipsterhood to responsible adulthood, Michael Mohan’s Save the Date examines the difficulties young adults face considering grown-up phases like marriage when half of their parents have divorced.

I had planned to come back to see him at the hospital a few days later. We were talking about cinema; his eyes were sparkling. He was saying ‘If we go to Cannes, we will have to dress nicely’. It would be very difficult for me to find something else.I try to get those characters, though, because I’m not interested in playing a part where she serves soup to the guy.It’s not a question of pride, it’s a question of artistic interest. But because I have other interests, some people believe I’m not super-attached to my work – but that’s not true. Sometimes I’m too insecure and I can lack self-confidence. All the boys I have known say that I can be a pain. When I was a teenager I liked actors very much – but didn’t fall in love with them.If you’re going to #netflixandchill with that special someone or just dream about someone with whom you can snuggle up on the couch and watch movies, then our list of the 50 Best Romantic Comedies Streaming on Netflixhas you covered. It’s love at first sight, but they’re both dating other people, so they decide to leave things up to fate, writing their numbers down on a bill and a used book, releasing them into the wild and hoping those digits magically find their way back to them. Obviously, but that doesn’t make it any less of an enjoyable ride.—Bonnie Stiernberg 49.These rom-coms will make you laugh, might make you tear up, and will certainly have you rooting for love to win the day in its epic, underdog struggle with loneliness and disconnection. Cut to a few years later, both Jonathan and Sara have dull or outright annoying fiances who stand in the way of true love (isn’t that always how it goes? Save the Date Year: 2012 Director: Michael Mohan A keen observation of the transition from artsy hipsterhood to responsible adulthood, Michael Mohan’s Save the Date examines the difficulties young adults face considering grown-up phases like marriage when half of their parents have divorced.From the original mid-20th-century heyday with stars like Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant to last year’s original rom-com doc Meet the Patels, there’s something here for every taste. Budding relationships will be in jeopardy due to unfortunate miscommunication. Pick a movie, make some popcorn, pour a cheap glass of wine and grab the Kleenexes. Serendipity Year: 2001 Director: Peter Chelsom Serendipity is full of all your classic romantic comedy tropes—the “meet cute,” the initially-skeptical-but-eventually-supportive-and along-for-the-ride best friends (played in this case by Jeremy Piven and Molly Shannon), someone dramatically running off an airplane they’ve already boarded—but tropes are tropes for a reason. With irrepressibly appealing performers playing flawed characters, he strikes a chord that resonates, even if some of the notes are a bit familiar.