Louis-Ferdinand Celine

  1. Jean-Paul Melville, A bout de souffle (UK/US: Breathless), France, 1959.      Jean Seberg was due to interview a VIP between planes at Orly Airport. Making his feature debut, Jean-Luc Godard first considered one of the most influential writers the 20th Century – playing himself. To please his (then) pal Godard, realisateur Melville played the interviewee as a writer named Parvulesco. 

 Birth year: 1894Death year: 1961Other name: Casting Calls:  1