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Topic - Isabelle Huppert
A new adaptation of writer Denis Diderot's 18th-century novel "The Nun" is making its debut at the Berlin film festival, featuring French star Isabelle Huppert as a convent's mother superior.
A new adaptation of writer Denis Diderot's 18th-century novel "The Nun" is making its debut at the Berlin Film Festival, featuring French star Isabelle Huppert as a convent's mother superior.
French actress Isabelle Huppert says curiosity has drawn her to Asia and helped her discover the region's innovative talents.
Stockholm Film Festival organizers say French actress Isabelle Huppert will be honored with its 2011 lifetime achievement award for a career in movie and television spanning almost four decades.
"My withdrawal is not just the result of a psychological illness I've had since childhood, but also partly the result of a disappointment about life," she says in a series of e-mails, some of which she playfully signs with a design of letters, numbers and punctuation that form the image of a pig.
"The contempt also of my own work, that I felt over and over, incidentally also from women ... almost destroyed me as much as my illness," she says.