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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About her performance as Euripides's Medea on stage: If one does theatre, it's to show human beings. They're not gods. In Euripides, that's clear. He was an avant-garde writer. Medea is a little like a Hitchcock film. The gods have decided what everybody knows, that's to say, her children are going to be killed. The spectator's attention works just the same way as in Hitchcock. The suspense ...
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