1974: Provided her own dubbing in the French post-synchronized version of Don Siegel's 'The Black Windmill' (Contre une poignée de diamants).
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In the case of [Samuel] Beckett and [Marguerite] Duras, writing is really staging within oneself, and then comes in the imagery. In the context of my work with Sam Beckett, I was strongly affected: I didn't achieve everything I would have wished; I don't have the feeling of having reached the outer limit of everything he might have expected of me. That gives me the feeling of wanting to try again...
She's buried at the Cimetière du Montparnasse in Paris. When he was director of the "Théâtre Montparnasse", Gaston Baty
had one door opened on the wall that separates the theatre from the cemetery, so that he could easily visit the tomb of 19th century stage legend Marie Dorval, whom he worshiped. Being familiar with this anecdote, Delphine chose to be buried against the wall of the cemetery.
Normally played provocative, strong-willed women