Anne Wiazemsky

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Anne Wiazemsky
Anne Wiazemsky in Il seme dell'uomo.png
Anne Wiazemsky in Il seme dell'uomo (1969).
Born (1947-05-14) 14 May 1947 (age 67)
Berlin, Germany
Occupation Actress
Years active 1966–1988

Anne Wiazemsky (born 14 May 1947) is a French actress and novelist of the Russian Rurikid family of Princes Vyazemsky-Counts Levashov. Through her mother, she is the granddaughter of François Mauriac. She appeared in Robert Bresson's Au Hasard Balthazar (1966) and in Godard's films La Chinoise (1967) and Week End (1967). She was married to Jean-Luc Godard from 1967 to 1979; they divorced.

She has written several novels: Canines (1993), Une Poignée de Gens, Aux Quatre Coins du Monde and Hymnes à l’Amour (1996). The 2003 film All the Fine Promises, directed by Jean-Paul Civeyrac and starring Valérie Crunchant and Bulle Ogier, is based on Hymnes à l'Amour. Her 2007 novel Jeune Fille is based on her experience starring in Au Hasard Balthazar at the age of 18.

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Novels
Short stories
  • 1988: Des filles bien élevées
Juvenile
Biography
  • 1992: Album de famille
  • 2000: Il était une fois... les cafés (photographies by Roger-Viollet)
  • 2000: Tableaux de chats
  • 2001: Venise (photographies by Jean Noël de Soye)
Preface
  • 1994: En habillant

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