Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Film director

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Who is Jean-Jacques Rousseau?

Jean-Jacques Rousseau is a Belgian absurdist film director. He was born in Souvret after the Second World War. He defends "popular" cinema, filming with very small budgets, and using unknown or non-professional actors. He calls himself the director of the absurd.

His life was supposed to be the subject of a Yann Moix film, called Palme d'or, starring Benoît Poelvoorde. The project was not film, Moix did, without Poelvoorde, the disastrous : cinéman .

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Ethnicity
  • Walloons
Nationality
  • Belgium
Profession

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on July 23, 2013

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