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Another 48 Hours

For years, people misjudged Julie Delpy. A screen actress since the age of nine, by her late teens Delpy was a gorgeous, willowy blonde who perfectly fit the mold of the French cinematic ingénue. After standout performances in films by Agnieszka Holland (Europa, Europa), Volker Schlöndorff (Voyager) and Krzysztof Kieslowski (Three Colors: White), Delpy decamped from Europe to America, where she worked both in mainstream Hollywood fare and in more distinguished indie productions, playing muse to directors such as Alan Rudolph, Jim Jarmusch and, most notably, Richard Linklater. But Delpy was far from just a muse. In addition to inspiring […]

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