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Returning to her native France amidst a golden haze of critical acclaim, Binoche appeared in the same year's Un Divan à New York (A Couch in New York a romantic comedy in which she starred opposite William Hurt. In 1998, she again collaborated with director.
A collaboration with notorious feel-bad filmmaker Michael Haneke resulted in the intersecting lives drama Code Unknown (2000 though that role was ultimately overshadowed by Binoche's captivating performance in that same year's arthouse hit Chocolat. Cast opposite Johnny Depp as the free-spirited owner of a chocolate.
While involved with Carax, Binoche appeared in his Les Amants du Pont-Neuf (Lovers on the Bridge a film they began in 1988 but did not finish until 1991 due to financial difficulties. She and Carax parted ways two years later after Binoche's great success starring.
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Following a lighthearted performance opposite French icon Jean Reno in the romantic comedy Jet Lag (2002 Binoche appeared with American star Samuel L. Jackson in director John Boorman's politically oriented drama Country of My Skull in 2004. Binoche).
Highest Rated: 100 Three Colors: Red (Trois couleurs: Rouge) (1994) Lowest Rated: 8 Endless Night (Nadie quiere la noche) (2015) Birthday: Mar 9, 1964 Birthplace: Paris, France An international star of extraordinary, almost otherworldly beauty, French actress Juliette Binoche was born March 9, 1964, in.
Binoche first earned recognition in 1985 for playing a modernized, teenaged version of the Virgin Mary in Jean-Luc Godard's controversial Je Vous Salue, Marie (Hail Mary). The actress became a bona fide French star the same year with an acclaimed performance in Andr Tchin's Rendez-Vous.
Binoche's daring and intense performance as 19th-century literary icon George Sand in the misguided drama The Children of the Century (1999) indeed impressed audiences and critics, though the film itself failed to live up to expectations. Of course, it wouldn't take long before Binoche was.