Mathieu Amalric Born: 10/25/1965
Birth Place: France
Born Oct. 25, 1965 in the Parisian suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine, he was the son of journalists for the acclaimed newspaper Le Mond - mother Nicole Zand was its literary critic while his father, Jacques Amalric, was its foreign affairs editor. Amalric's parents separated when he was in his teens, and the turmoil he experienced during that period later informed his first directorial effort, "Eat Your Soup" (1997). The director's chair was Amalric's original destination - as a young man, he was introduced to the legendary filmmaker Louis Malle, who hired him as assistant director on his acclaimed 1987 film "Au revoir les enfants." Amalric made two short films before "Eat...
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