Jean-Pierre Léaud is not everybody's cup of tea for sure, but will remain an important name in film history. As an actor he can be adored or hated for exactly the same reasons: he is one of those rare players that directors let improvise his dialogue, which gets on certain viewers' nerves while it fascinates others...See full bio »
As he had so much respect for Marlon Brando and was afraid of working with him, all his scenes in
Last Tango in Paris were shot on Saturdays, when Brando refused to work. Thus, they didn't meet together during the entire shooting.
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