Catherine Deneuve was born in Paris, France, the third of four daughters to Renée Dorléac (a retired stage actress) and the second of three daughters to Maurice Dorléac (now deceased). She made her screen debut in
The Twilight Girls, where she was credited as Catherine Dorléac. She began using her mother's maiden name professionally in 1960...See full bio »
1967The Young Girls of Rochefort
(performer: "Chanson Des Jumelles" - uncredited, "De Delphine à Lancien" - uncredited, "Chanson De Delphine" - uncredited, "De Hambourg à Rochefort" - uncredited, "Les Rencontres" - uncredited, "Toujours, Jamais" - uncredited)
[About Michael Mann] I watched
Miami Vice again. I hadn't really liked it the first time round. But even so, it's a whole other way of filming, it's fascinating. There is a force, an incredible energy to it. His films are very long, but there are no gratuitous shots. When he decides to film the nape of an actor's neck...
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