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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Audrey Tautou
Actress Audrey Tautou, known for her sweet and light roles in such films as "Amelie," praised the late director Claude Miller as a "bright and passionate" filmmaker who helped her turn in a darker direction in his final film.
Coco Chanel "invented a new way of behaving through fashion," says Catherine Leterrier, a two-time Cesar (the French Oscar) Award-winning costume designer. "She gave freedom to women because she was so modern in her own way."
Audrey Tautou's character in the new film "Priceless" is cold and calculating, the type of woman you'd hiss at if she sat across from Dr. Phil.