He was behind the images of about sixty feature fiction films, worked with directors Maurice Pialat, Philippe Le Guay, Isabel Coixet, and Pedro Almodovar. Jean-Claude Larrieu’s long, beautiful career started in his Pyrenean village where he grew up. At fifteen, he decided to become a filmmaker, without relational support, without training monopolized by the Parisian IDHEC and rue de Vaugirard schools.
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