Marie-José Nat at the Cannes film festival
April 22, 1940
Marie-José Nat (born 22 April 1940) is a French film and television actress.
Early life and family
Marie-José Nat was born Marie-José Benhalassa in Bonifacio, Corse-du-Sud, to a Kabyle father and a Corsican mother. She was married to film director Michel Drach, and starred in his 1961 film Amelie or The Time to Love, his 1970 film Elise, or Real Life and his 1974 film Les violons du bal, concerning his childhood experiences during World War II.
- Rue des prairies (1959)
- The Truth (1960)
- Le Journal d'une femme en blanc (1965)
- Dacii (1967)
- Le Paria (1969)
- L'Opium et le Bâton (1971)
- Train of Life (1998)
- "Festival de Cannes: Violins at the Ball". www.festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 2009-04-26.
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