In 1993 and 1994, appeared in Bob Wilson's production of an adaptation of Virginia Woolf's "Orlando" in Lausanne (Swiss) and Paris (France), where she was 2 hours all alone on stage.
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(2016)] The film is really rich, very surprising and enigmatic. It's elusive. It's not a genre movie, but it's not a non-genre movie either - it floats somewhere between Chabrol and Hitchcock, but it's still a thousand per cent Verhoeven. There's also a sociological dimension. It's about a very contemporary woman, not a victim, but someone who bears up - only you don't see her bearing up...
In 2012, 32 years after her American film debut in Heaven's Gate
(1980), a newly restored director's cut was re-released to acclaim in New York City and Venice, just as Huppert was featured in the year's Oscar-winning foreign-language film Amour
Often works with female directors