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Élie Chouraqui


Élie Chouraqui was born on July 3, 1950 in Paris, France. He is a writer and director, known for Harrison's Flowers (2000), Man on Fire (1987) and Les marmottes (1993). See full bio »

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 2016 The Origin of Violence (screenplay)
 2009 Celle que j'aime (writer)
 2006 O Jerusalem
 2004 Slova i muzyka (earlier screenplay)
 2004 Envoyé spécial (TV Series documentary) (1 episode)
 2001 Les dix commandements (Video) (adaptation)
 2000 Harrison's Flowers (screenplay)
 1996 Les menteurs
 1993 Les marmottes (writer)
 1990 Miss Missouri
 1987 Man on Fire (screenplay)
 1980 Une page d'amour (TV Movie)
 1978 Mon premier amour (written by)
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Other Works:

Play: "Gladiateur" (2004)

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Height:

6' 3½" (1.92 m)
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Pre-production of his film "Ô Jérusalem", with Saïd Taghmaoui, Winona Ryder and Patrick Bruel. See more »

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