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Jean Eustache (1938–1981)


Jean Eustache was born on November 30, 1938 in Pessac, Gironde, France. He was a director and editor, known for The Mother and the Whore (1973), Mes Petites Amoureuses (1974) and Robinson's Place (1963). He died on November 3, 1981 in Paris, France. See full bio »

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(age 42) in Paris, France

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Known For

The Mother and the Whore
(1973)
Mes Petites Amoureuses
(1974)
Robinson's Place
Robinson's Place Director
(1963)

Filmography

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 1982 Contes modernes: A propos du travail (TV Movie) (segment "Offre d'emploi")
 1980 Les photos d'Alix (Short)
 1979 La rosière de Pessac (Documentary)
 1971 Numéro zéro (Documentary)
 1970 Le cochon (Documentary)
 1969 La rosière de Pessac (Documentary)
 1963 Robinson's Place (Short)
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Jim Jarmusch's "Broken Flowers" (2005) was dedicated to Jean Eustache. See more »

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