Isabelle Huppert: A Life to Play

Director: Serge Toubiana
France, 52’, 2001, color
French with Turkish subtitles


Serge Toubiana followed Isabelle Huppert and her lifestyle for one year. With her, we reflect on the “album” of her life. The images flow: films of her childhood, the important moments in her career, interspersed with interviews, impressing rehearsals, scenes from films, and ordinary walks, in the center of a crowd that does not recognize her. We are given an insider’s view of a remarkable actress, a discreet woman, who, in this portrait, gives us a glimpse at her emotions, her vocation, and her life.

Every Man For Himself

Every Man For Himself

Coup de torchon

Coup de torchon

La Cérémonie

La Cérémonie

Isabelle Huppert: A Life to Play

Isabelle Huppert: A Life to Play

Loulou

Loulou

Story of Women

Story of Women

White Material

White Material

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