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Françoise Bonnot

Françoise Bonnot was born in 1939 in Bois-Colombes, Hauts-de-Seine, Île-de-France, France. She is known for her work on Across the Universe (2007), Frida (2002) and Top Secret! (1984). See full bio »

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Across the Universe
Frida Editor
Top Secret!
Top Secret! Editor
Z Editor


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 2011 El Gusto (Documentary)
 2010/I The Tempest
 2002 Frida
 2000 Disappearing Acts (TV Movie)
 1999 Titus
 1997 Mad City
 1996 Magic Horses (Documentary)
 1996 The Apartment
 1996 A Weekend in the Country (TV Movie)
 1991 The Plant (Short)
 1987 The Sicilian
 1984 Black List
 1984 Top Secret!
 1984 Swann in Love
 1983 Hanna K.
 1982 Missing (film editor)
 1979 Womanlight
 1977 Replay
 1976 The Tenant
 1973 Massacre in Rome (as Francoise Bonnot)
 1972 Handsome Face
 1971 The Savior
 1969 Z
 1967 The 25th Hour (as Françoise Bonnot-Verneuil)
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Alternate Names:

Francoise Bonnot | Françoise Bonnot-Verneuil

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