The filmmaker, writer, model, actress and dancer Dominique Abel is the kind of artist we love. She played hooky as a student; her real classes were the films she snuck off to see in the afternoon: Italian Neorealism, Bresson, the Nouvelle Vague. She got involved with theatre through internships with Ariane Mnouchkine.
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