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R.I.P Patrice Chéreau+ Filming Intimacy by Hanif Kureishi

Patrice Chéreau, a director whose iconoclastic theater, opera and film productions sometimes offered broad social critiques that made them both provocative and influential, died on Monday in Paris. He was 68. (NYtimes)

R.I.P Patrice Chéreau Queen Margot & Intimacy.

Der Ring des Nibelungen (DVD): Patrice Chéreau, Pierre Boulez


Pascal Greggory and Patrice Chéreau (Pascal G is Chéreau’s real life companion)

Gabrielle trailer

Jean Hugues Anglade is in three films directed by Chéreau and he also did the voice for Intimacy French version .

  • Filming Intimacy by Hanif Kureishi

    Patrice is, I suppose, ten years older than me and about the same size, with similar back problems. He is gentle, unpretentious and willing to be amused. He is modest but not unaware of his own ability. He is certainly less impatient and bad-tempered than me. He goes out more than I do. He is more decisive. I noticed that we tended to dislike the same things, which is always a comforting complicity.

    In the end, I am not sure what it is that my imagination likes to do with him, but just looking at Patrice, or hearing his voice on the phone, cheers me up; he makes me want to try to be a better artist.

    Intimacy trailer

    Mark Rylance

    Intimacy win in Berlin

    “It is the saddest night, for I am leaving and not coming back.”

    Sandra G. & Orquidea C.

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