André S. Labarthe  

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André S. Labarthe (18 December 1931 – 5 March 2018) was a French actor, film producer and director. He starred alongside Anna Karina in the 1962 film Vivre sa vie and was a celebrated television documentary maker. He directed the documentary Georges Bataille - À perte de vue (1997) and David Cronenberg: I Have to Make the Word Be Flesh (1999).

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