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Claude Berri

Born: 1934-07-01 - Died: 2009-01-12
Cause of Death:
Stroke


Death Summary: Claude Berri died from a stroke, further details are unavailable at this time.

Who was Claude Berri : Berri was a French screenwriter, producer, and director.

He won the Best Film BAFTA for Jean de Florette in 1986. He’s also been nominated around 12 for César Awards, but never won.

In 1966 he won the Best Short Film Academy Award for Le Poulet. He was also producer on Roman Polanski’s Tess, which was nominated for Best Picture in 1981.
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  1. Bre'Anna Says:

    at least you had a long life mr. claude berri even though it was cut. hope you have a good time where
    ever you are.

  2. victor enyutin Says:

    “Uranus” by Claude Berri researches how inhumane conditions of life makes human soul crumble, deform and deteriorate. The film returns us to France in a time of ending of WW2 but draws analogies with today’s life in Europe and US while depicting how intensification of economic fight and socio-political hate have a devastating influence on the morality of the population, be it during the war or so called peaceful times. Berri makes us to observe that when war ends it is continuing, more, it intensifies and multiplies. “Uranus” fully resonates with experiences of Americans today who already for years live amidst multiple wars of different kind – wars of killing soldiers and murdering civilians, and wars economic, political and cultural inside US.
    Berri offers classification of the types of psychological degradation when people facing death, pauperization and uncertainty regress to hate and start to betray and fight one another in a more and more unrestricted fashion. Berri provides a typology of the members of French Communist party who use their ideology to justify their hate and suspiciousness, of individuals with right wing ideologies who try to keep their power over population intact, and intelligent and educated people trying to neutralize their inhumane impulses with attempts to keep human decency.
    The film elaborately criticizes the both – collaborationists and communists: Berri sees the same moral and psychological degradation in both mutually antagonistic camps involved into a hateful fight for the unconditional victory of their side.
    The film is acted with an exceptional emotional power and diagnostic articulateness in describing human characters trapped in impossible situations. The scene of murder of Leopold-the pub owner (Gerard Depardieu) by the police (according to the suggestion of “multibillionaire” Monblat) is one of the best acted scenes in the history of intellectual cinema.
    Please, visit: http://www.actingoutpolitics.com to read an article about Claude Berri’s film “’Survival’ as a War-making – When Fight for Survival Intensifies, Human Soul Dies” (with analysis of the shots), and essays about the films by Godard, Resnais, Bergman, Kurosawa, Bunuel, Bresson, Pasolini, Antonioni, Fassbinder, Cavani, Alain Tanner, Anne-Marie Mieville, Bertolucci, Ken Russell, Jerzy Skolimowski, Maurice Pialat, Herzog, Rossellini, Ozu, Wenders, Moshe Mizrahi and Ronald Neame.
    By Victor Enyutin

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