to look back on the career of the doyen of French cinema

February 22, 2024 at 4:38 p.m.

February 22, 2024 at 4:32 p.m.Ikrame Daoudi

The world of French cinema is mourning the death of the legendary actress Micheline Presle at the venerable age of 101. A review of his career in paintings.

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Micheline Presle, born in Paris in August 1922, passed away peacefully at the National House of Artists in Nogent-sur-Marne, this Wednesday, February 21, 2024, leaving behind an indelible mark on the cinematic landscape. His son-in-law Olivier Bomsel announced the sad news, specifying that the funeral will be held in private. This exceptional actress has been burning on the big screen for decades, collaborating with renowned filmmakers and becoming an indispensable figure in French cinema.

A career of more than 150 films

Micheline Presle's career, rich in more than 150 films, marked the history of French cinema, becoming one of the French's favorite stars. Her passion and talent quickly launched her onto the international scene, leading her to the legendary Hollywood studios. Her collaborations with directors such as Georg Pabst helped establish her reputation as a versatile and talented actress.

For many years, Micheline Presle shines among the three favorite stars of the French, along with Danielle Darrieux and Michèle Morgan. She knew how to win the hearts of the audience thanks to her natural grace and ability to embody different roles. More than a prominent actress, she is also recognized for her support of young filmmakers on the rise, working with rising talents who will mark the history of cinema.

Film legacy

Among the films that marked Micheline Presla's career, we find masterpieces such as “Falbalas” (1945) by Jacques Becker, “Boule de suif” (1945) by Christian-Jaque, and especially “Le Diable au corps” (1947) Claude Autant-Lar with Gérard Philippe. These films helped her gain a reputation and place her among the most talented actresses of her generation. The death of Micheline Presla marks the end of an era, but her cinematic legacy will live on through the films that marked the history of French cinema.

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