Emmanuel Macron paid tribute this Friday to the memory of actor Jean-Louis Trintignant, who died at the age of 91.
The President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron on Friday saluted the memory of actor Jean-Louis Trintignant, who died at the age of 91, a “tremendous artistic talent” who “accompanied our lives a little through French cinema” .
“It’s a page that turns,” added the head of state questioned on the sidelines of the Vivatech show in Paris, recalling the “soft voice” of the actor with 120 films who died Friday in his property in Gard. .
Entered the history of cinema with A man and a woman by Claude Lelouch, where he played a racing driver in love with Anouk Aimée on the beach at Deauville, Jean-Louis Trintignant won an interpretation prize at Cannes for Z by Costa Gavras in 1969 and a César for best actor for Love by Michael Haneke, Palme d’or 2012.