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Selected Jean Eustache film and TV show credits.

Acting Credits

1977
A Dirty Story
Un auditeur

1977
Friendly Man

1974
Man on bench

1973
Man in Sunglasses in Store

1967
Week End (1967)
L'auto-stoppeur

Director Credits

1980
Les photos d'Alix (Short Film)
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1977
A Dirty Story
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1974
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1973
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1969
Santa Claus Has Blue Eyes
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1963
Robinson's Place (Short Film)
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Editor Credits

1973
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1968
Les idoles (1968)
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1963
Robinson's Place (Short Film)
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Original Music Credits

1969
Santa Claus Has Blue Eyes
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Producer Credits

1977
A Dirty Story
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1974
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Thanks Credits

2005
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Writer Credits

1973
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1963
Robinson's Place (Short Film)
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Jean Eustache (30 November 1938 – 3 November 1981) was a French filmmaker. During his short career, he completed numerous shorts, in addition to a pair of highly regarded features, of which the first, The Mother and the Whore, is considered a key work of post-Nouvelle Vague French cinema.

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