Inspiring quotes by Isabelle Huppert

The top 10 most inspiring quotes by Isabelle Huppert

  • Some roles are easier to choose, some roles are more difficult because they are more daring. Sometimes you have to dare.
  • I like to take these unusual characters and then make them as normal as possible, because we all know that the tragedy and the abnormal always hides itself behind the normal.
  • I always thought that’s the exact metaphor, the perfect metaphor for acting. To go blind, to ignore the danger, and to totally trust.
  • We all pretend to be very strong, and then in a fraction, you can just break down, at least for me.
  • I don’t have time, because I still have so many films to see.
  • If I seem detached or distant, it’s because I think this is a more exact reproduction of life, where you hide as much as you show. When I see a scene in which feelings get loudly exteriorized, I say to myself, ‘Well, at least this never happens to me.’ I very rarely go through this type of expression. Most of the time things are hidden or at least much more subdued.
  • When you’re an actress you are in a very specific position, cerebrally, I would think you know. You are a thinking person but you are in a certain perception of the world between really being conceptual and completely stupid. So you are in between, with a lot of intuition and instinct. And that’s not completely being intellectual because I think intuition is more blurred. It comes from intuition. Instinct. More than really reasoning.
  • I think movies say a lot [about real life], even more than theater. It says a lot about the invisible, that movies are so fascinating. The camera lens is like a microscope that goes beyond the surface. It’s like you’re exploring a secret, so you explore the director’s secret, you explore the actor’s secret, and therefore you explore the universe’s secrets.
  • The Greeks already understood that there was more interest in portraying an unusual character than a usual character – that is the purpose of films and theatre.
  • Balzac, you know, our great Balzac, he wrote interesting things about how in literature you keep distance in order to express great feelings. You have to keep a distance – and it’s exactly the same with acting.

Isabelle Huppert, born on March 16, 1953, in Paris, France, is an internationally acclaimed actress known for her versatility and intense performances. She was raised in a theatrical environment; her mother was an English teacher and her father was a safe manufacturer who also acted in amateur theater productions. Huppert studied at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional de Versailles and later at the Conservatoire d’Art Dramatique in Paris.

Her breakthrough came in the 1970s with roles in films like “La Dentellière” (The Lacemaker) and “Violette Nozière,” for which she won the Best Actress award at the Cannes Film Festival. Throughout her career, she has collaborated with renowned directors such as Claude Chabrol, Michael Haneke, and Paul Verhoeven, showcasing her exceptional range and depth as an actress.

Huppert’s performances often delve into complex and psychologically intense characters, earning her critical acclaim and numerous awards, including several César Awards in France and nominations for prestigious international awards like the Oscars and the Golden Globes. Known for her fearlessness in tackling challenging roles, Isabelle Huppert remains one of the most respected and influential actresses in cinema, with a career spanning over four decades.

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