Louis Malle was born 30 October 1932 and died 23 November 1995.
- If you have someone on the set for the hair, why would you not have someone for the words?
- The longer I live, the less I trust ideas, the more I trust emotions.
- You see the world much better through a camera.
- You must find the note, the correct key, for your story. If you find it, everything will work. If you do not, everything will stick out like elbows.
- Memory is not frozen, it’s very much alive, it moves, it changes.
- I think predictability has become the rule and I’m completely the opposite — I like spectators to be disturbed.
Louis Malle was a French film director, screenwriter, and producer. His eclectic films were noted for their emotional realism and stylistic simplicity. His play, Au Revoir Les Enfants, is a film about the friendship between a young Catholic boy and his Jewish friend, who is sent off to the Nazi death camps.
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