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Jean-Hugues Anglade

  1. Xavier Deluc, Captive, 1985.    French casting king Dominique Besnehard was working on two films consecutively. Which is how he found Anglade for 37°2 le matin (Betty Blue) -  and not for the leader, here, of the rich, amateur anarchists kidnapping tycoon Olvier Reed’s daughter, Irina Brook
  2. Lambert Wilson, Les Possedes, France, 1987.    Polish director Andrzej Wajda's version of Dostoievsky.  Oh, the horror...!
  3. Lambert Wilson, Chouans! France, 1988.    And they both withdrew from...
  4. Jacques Dutronc, Van Gogh, France, 1991.   Bad timing. Anglade was anaemic after Nocturne indien, in no condition for the usual “combat d’hommes” that the obnoxious realisateur MauricePialat thrived on. Yet ever since he wanted Dutronc to play his autobiographical Loulou, 1980,  Pialat, an ex-painter, himself, always knew who his Vincent should be... With Didier Barbier, Dutronc’s secretary (and maths teacher to his son, Thomas) as  the village idiot.
  5. Cyril Collard, Les  nuits fauves, France, 1992.    Collard, the writer-director, said French actors were so scared of playing a  bisexual blade with AIDS that he had to play it, himself. He was dead days before the film won four Cesar awards, including a rare double: Best Film and Best First Film.
  6. Emmanuelle Seigner, RPM, 1997.    Tarantino compadre Roger Avary wrote the script - for Anglade,   Daniel Auteuil,  Yun-Fat Chow, Matt Dillon, Tcheky Karyo, Nastassja Kinski, Dolph Lundgren, Vanessa Paradis, Tom Savini, Terence Stamp - and Avary’s Killing Zoe stars: J-HA and Eric Stoltz.  Avary removed his name from the ensuing mess - which turned Anglade’s character into  the woman set for  Kinski. Avary removed his name from the ensuing mess.


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