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Étienne Chatiliez

Étienne Chatiliez was born on June 17, 1952 in Roubaix, France. He is a director and writer, known for Life Is a Long Quiet River (1988), Auntie Danielle (1990) and Tanguy (2001). See full bio »
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 2008 Agathe Cléry
 2001 Tanguy
 2000 Scénarios sur la drogue (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1993 The King of Ads (Documentary) (segment "Super Timor commercial")
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Directed (and voiceover) a TV commercial for La Redoute with model Linda Evangelista.

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He directed 10 different actors in César-nominated performances : Hélène Vincent, Catherine Jacob (twice), Patrick Bouchitey, Tsilla Chelton, Isabelle Nanty, Eddy Mitchell, Sabine Azéma, Carmen Maura, André Dussollier and Éric Berger . Vincent, Jacob and Mitchell won Césars for their performances in one of Chatiliez movies.

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