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Claude Sautet (1924–2000)


Claude Sautet was born on February 23, 1924 in Montrouge, Seine [now Hauts-de-Seine], France as Claude Marie Sautet. He was a writer and director, known for Un Coeur en Hiver (1992), Nelly & Monsieur Arnaud (1995) and The Things of Life (1970). He was married to Graziella Sautet. He died on July 22, 2000 in Paris, France. See full bio »

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(age 76) in Paris, France

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Nominated for 2 BAFTA Film Awards. Another 16 wins & 18 nominations. See more awards »

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 1994 Intersection (earlier screenplay)
 1992 Un Coeur en Hiver (scenario and dialogue)
 1988 My Friend the Traitor (adaptation)
 1988 A Few Days with Me (scenario and dialogue)
 1983 Garçon! (scenario)
 1980 A Bad Son (screenplay)
 1978 A Simple Story (writer)
 1977 Death of a Corrupt Man (screenplay - uncredited)
 1976 Mado
 1972 César and Rosalie (scenario)
 1971 Swashbuckler (adaptation)
 1971 Max and the Junkmen (dialogue) / (screenplay)
 1970 Borsalino
 1970 The Things of Life (adaptation)
 1969 Under the Sign of the Bull (uncredited)
 1969 The Devil by the Tail (decoupage)
 1968 A Little Virtuous (adaptation)
 1967 Pillaged (adaptation) / (dialogue)
 1966 Mission to Tokyo (uncredited)
 1966 A Matter of Resistance (collaboration)
 1965 The Dictator's Guns (adaptation and dialogue)
 1964 That Tender Age (original scenario - adaptation)
 1964 Backfire (uncredited)
 1964 Monsieur
 1963 Banana Peel (writer)
 1963 The Corrupt (writer)
 1960 Classe Tous Risques (adaptation)
 1960 Eyes Without a Face (adaptation)
 1959 The Tiger Attacks (adaptation) / (scenario)
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Noted French writer/director. First trained as a painter and sculptor, then worked as a music critic, and as a warden in an educational facility for delinquent children. Enrolled in a Parisian film school (IDHEC), 1946-48, working his way up to assistant director, screenwriter and script doctor. Turned director from 1956, first making tough, film noir-style gangster movies, later concentrating on... See more »

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