Robert Bresson (I) (1901–1999)


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Robert Bresson trained as a painter before moving into films as a screenwriter, making a short film (atypically a comedy), Public Affairs (1934) in 1934. After spending more than a year as a German POW during World War II, he made his debut with Angels of Sin (1943) in 1943. His next film, Les Dames du Bois de Boulogne (1945) would be the last ... See full bio »

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(age 98) in Paris, France

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(1966)
A Man Escaped Writer
(1956)
(1977)

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 1983 L'Argent (writer)
 1969 A Gentle Woman (adaptation - uncredited)
 1967 Mouchette (scenario & adaptation and dialogue)
 1959 Pickpocket (writer)
 1956 A Man Escaped (dialogue) / (scenario)
 1951 Diary of a Country Priest (scenario - adaptation)
 1945 Les Dames du Bois de Boulogne (scenario & adaptation)
 1943 Angels of Sin (scenario)
 1937 Southern Carrier (shooting script - as R. Bresson)
 1936 Les jumeaux de Brighton (adaptation)
 1934 Public Affairs (Short) (dialogue) / (scenario)
 1933 C'était un musicien (dialogue)
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Other Works:

Author of the book "Notes sur le cinématographe" (Editions Gallimard, Paris).

Publicity Listings:

1 Biographical Movie | 18 Print Biographies | 3 Articles | See more »

Alternate Names:

R. Bresson

Height:

5' 10" (1.78 m)
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In my opinion, it's clear that music is one element that transforms a film. Let me back up a bit: I believe all the elements: image, sound - and "sound" includes sound effects, dialogue, and music - should affect and transform each other. Without transformation, it isn't art. That's why I consider today's cinema a reproduction, not a true art, because it's just a copy of another art: theater. If ... See more »

Trivia:

His early artistic focus was to separate the language of cinema from that of the theater, which often relies heavily upon the actor's performance to drive the work. See more »

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Catholic-based themes and images See more »

Star Sign:

Libra

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