Jean-Pierre Jeunet

Jeunet in 2014 Jean-Pierre Jeunet (; born 3 September 1953) is a French filmmaker. His films combine fantasy, realism, and science fiction to create idealized realities or to give relevance to mundane situations.

Jeunet debuted as a director with the acclaimed 1991 black comedy ''Delicatessen,'' collaborating with Marc Caro. Jeunet then co-wrote and -directed with Caro again on ''The City of Lost Children'' (1995). His work with science fiction and horror led him to direct ''Alien Resurrection'' (1997), the fourth film in the ''Alien'' film series and his first and thus far only experience with an American film. In 2001, Jeunet achieved his biggest success with the release of ''Amélie'', which won him international acclaim; the film reached BBC's 100 Greatest Films of the 21st Century.

Jeunet is widely regarded as one of the most influential and important directors in modern French cinema, and his critical and commercial success has earned him two Academy Award nominations. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Badalamenti, Angelo,
Published 2005
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by Badalamenti, Angelo,
Published 1995
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by D'Alessio, Carlos,
Published 2008
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Published 2002
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Other Authors: ...Jeunet, Jean-Pierre, 1955-...
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