(2005, October) Starred in the Sarah Kane play 4:48 Psychose at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, New York, New York. This was her American stage premiere.
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[on Funny Games
(1997) and Austrian director Michael Haneke
] I didn't want to do it. The film was fascinating, but for an actress, it's just incredibly hard to play. I regretted my decision later because it's a really great film. But at the time, I just didn't have the courage to play in it. Later, he offered me a role in The Piano Teacher
(2001) partly, I suspect, as a challenge; he said to me: ...
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