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Topic - Jean-Louis Trintignant
Michael Haneke takes a subject you don't often see in movies and probably don't even want to see _ the slow, steady deterioration of an elderly woman _ and handles it with great grace in "Amour."
It's 43 years since Jean-Louis Trintignant was named the Cannes Film Festival's best actor for "Z," and 14 years since the French performer all but gave up filmmaking to focus on the stage.
"He made the pigeon do things again and again and I think there were two pigeons because one gave up."
"It's a very difficult task," he said of acting in a Haneke film.