French Movie Stars – Alain Delon
Alain Delon is a French musician and film director. He is recognized as one of the world’s leading actors and greatest screen stars in the 1960s and ’70s. His films have had enormous popularity all over the globe and his films have been screened in more than just one countries. His first two films were successful in their genre and his career has been celebrated by lovers of cinema. His life was full of achievements and he loved his work.
The star of The Night by Alain Delon, which was later turned into The Painted Man, is a complex character with a turbulent private life. When he began to make films, he chose to make movies that had plots that revolved around an individual character instead of stories about an entire city or country. This led to a lot of experimentation with his style of storytelling and also an inclination toward mysticism. In fact, many of his characters in his early movies had names similar to gods and were considered legendary figures by the French. These days, many of his fans consider him to be a French genre.
The actor Alain Delon has said that his mother was a very religious woman who never allowed him to see her body during his early years. When he watched his older sister playing in a French film, it was the first time that he saw a naked woman on a movie screen. It was this experience that inspired the young Alain to form a close friendship with director Pierre Bezukas when they were teenagers. He was also a big fan of writers such as Albert Camus, Guy de Champlain and Victor Hugo, whom he considered “the most absurdly geniuses”. He spent considerable time in Paris during the early years of his career and it was there where he picked up a few ideas for his movies. He considered them to be real life fairy tales.
After working on several movies with varying casts and crew, Alain Delon decided to concentrate on his horror movies. He teamed up with another French horror legend, Jean-Marie Carre, whom he worked with on a number of films including “Amenrome”. With this cast, he gained international recognition. His name became synonymous with the horror genre and people from all over the world loved his movies. His first horror feature was” Lepus noir”, which was based on the novel “The Perks of Being High”.
The next film that Alain Delon worked on was “Amelie”, which starred Guy McGee and Nicole Kidman. A classic fairy tale, “Amelie” was made without the help of a script writer as it was based on the true story of a young girl who was sold into slavery to a rich French family. She escaped and eventually married a wealthy Spanish nobleman. The movie achieved great success worldwide and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture. Nicole Kidman also won the Oscar for her role as the evil Queen in the film.
The third movie that Alain Delon worked on was “A Dangerous Man”. This was the film that would catapult Alain into stardom. The film was a remake of the famous German film “LSD”. The late Frank Capra’s widow, Madeleine Jolie, appeared in this film along with many other famous actors from the era. Both the makers and the cast of the film received many accolades for a job well done.
Another film that Alain worked on after “A Dangerous Man” was “Caught, Not Caught”. This was an independent movie that bore the mark of Alain Delon’s talent for writing and directing. This movie failed to gain any traction at the box office but it did make its presence felt at the Cannes Film Festival. The festival featured films by Robert Rodriguez, Clint Eastwood, and Wes Anderson. No less than three French actresses were featured in this film, which was quite an achievement for someone like Alain Delon.
There is no doubt that Alain Delon has been able to capture the hearts of film viewers. His roles in both “A Dangerous Man” and “Caught, Not Caught” have made him an even more sought after talent amongst film directors and producers. It is safe to say that there will be a number of movies featuring Alain Delon in the near future. We will just have to wait and see what kind of career he chooses to pursue in the years to come.