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Jean-Claude Brisseau

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jean-Claude Brisseau (17 July 1944 - 11 May 2019) was a French filmmaker best known for his 2002 film Secret Things ("Choses Secrètes") and his 2006 film The Exterminating Angels ("Les Anges exterminateurs"). In 2002 he was arrested on charges of harassment, fined and given a suspended one-year prison sentence. The plaintiffs were three women who had performed sex acts in front of him during their auditions. This was to form the basis of the The Exterminating Angels film. He was formerly a professor at La Femis (Paris). Description above from the Wikipedia article Jean-Claude Brisseau, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Jul 17, 1944 In Paris, France
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie On Sunday Afternoon 1967-01-01
Latest Project:
Movie Brisseau, 251 rue Marcadet 2018-06-16
Known For
Poster of Tempting Devils
Poster of Four Adventures of Reinette and Mirabelle
Poster of Médiumnité
Poster of Death in the Afternoon
Movie Tempting Devils Unknown 2018-01-10
Movie Brisseau, 251 rue Marcadet Unknown 2018-06-16
Movie The Girl from Nowhere Michel Deviliers 2013-02-06
Movie L’ange et la femme: le cinéma de Jean-Claude Brisseau Unknown 2008-10-01
Movie Le cinéma selon Brisseau Himself 2007-05-04
Movie Four Adventures of Reinette and Mirabelle 2e Passant 1987-02-04
Movie A Brutal Game L'Homme sur le Quai de Gare (uncredited) 1983-09-28
Movie Médiumnité Pierre 1978-10-30
Movie Death in the Afternoon Unknown 1968-01-01
Movie The Afternoon of a Bored Young Man Unknown 1968-12-01
Movie On Sunday Afternoon (voice) 1967-01-01