Inspiring French ladies IV.

Sophie Marceau is an amazing actress who appeared in movies such as La Boum, Braveheart, Anna Karenina, Midsummer night’s dream and James Bond- The world is not enough. She said: ‘Acting is wonderful therapy for people. Instead of suffering for yourself, someone will do it for you.’

Francoise Hardy, who was born in Paris, is an iconic part of French music. She won 5th place on Eurovision Song Contest with L’Amour s’en va. She said: ‘There are so many dreams beyond our nights, and so much sunshine beyond our grey walls. But we can’t see it when we stay at home. There is so much sky above our roof. Is the door so old that it won’t open, or are we at home because we are afraid of catching a chill?’

Marie Antoinette /1755-1793./ was the daughter of Maria Theresia and the wife of the King of France, Loius XVI. She became a symbol of luxury and fashion. She said: ‘Courage! I have shown it for years; you think I shall lose it at the moment when my sufferings are to end?’

Audrey Tautou plays the main role of Amélie, one of my favourite movies, that was nominated for 5 Academy Awards. She also played in The Da Vinci code and Coco before Chanel. She said: ‘ Charm is more valuable than beauty. You can resist beauty but you can’t resist charm.’

Juliette Binoche recieved the Academy Award for Best Supporting actress in The English patient, one of my other favourite movies. She played in other movies like Wuthering heights, Chocolat, Mary and Words and pictures. She said: ‘What I love most about this crazy life is the adventure of it.’

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