From “Pact of Wolves” to “Paris I Love You” via “A Long Engagement Day” and “Kiss Who Wants”, a return in six films to the first film roles of the late Gaspar Uliel.
Before he landed his first major role as a lead in 2007 with Jacquou Le Croquant, the late Gaspard Ulliel had already had a good career on the big screen to his credit, showing himself in front of the big screen camera as Jean-Pierre Junet, André Téchiné or Gus Van Sant. From Charter of Wolves to Paris, I Love You, via A Long Engagement Sunday and Embrace who you want, a return in six films to the actor’s first film roles.
Wolf’s Pact (2001)
After first appearing on TV, Gaspard Uliel He got his first big screen role in 2001. He is 16 years old and the young actor plays a small role in it. pact of wolves by Christophe Gans, feature film in which he was a victim of La Bête du Givaudan. A sacred first experience for Uliel, who shares the bill with Samuel Le BehanVincent Cassel, Monica Bellucci and Jeremy Rainier.
Kiss Who You Want (2002)
Nearly two years after her brief appearance in the credits pact of wolvesAnd Gaspard Uliel Takes a step further with the role of Loïc in the comedy kiss whoever you want. Under the direction of Michel Blanc, he embodies a boy discovering love, not insensitive to the charms of Melanie Laurent. A performance that won over his peers, Ulil was nominated for a Cesar Award for Best Male Hope for the occasion.
The Missing (2003)
lost, output Andrei Techinis the film that reveals Gaspard Uliel to the general public. The actor plays Yvan, a teenager who, in the 1940s, is going to take care of a teacher (Emmanuelle Béart) and her two children. While the Germans are at the gates of Paris. The glowing and stunningly beautiful Uliel captivates Croisette, as the film is presented in competition, and does not leave indifferent the Académie des César, offering him a new nomination for César for Best New Male.
One Long Courtship (2004)
One of his most prominent roles. in a Sunday long engagementAnd Gaspard Uliel Embody Manek, the fiancée of Mathilde (Audrey Tautou) who disappeared during the First World War and who will try to find her by all means. A man who will be one of the five soldiers who will be tried in a court-martial, then put in the front row at the front and left to the enemy. For her performance in a feature film by Jean-Pierre Jounieh Adapted from Sebastian Gabriso’s novel, Gaspar Uliel won the Cesar Award for Best New Male in 2005.
The Last Day (2004)
On Christmas, Simon arrives at his parents’ house with a strange young man he meets on the night train. During the stay, a phone call comes in to stir up the excitement of this family, which has been a closely guarded secret for 20 years. This is the story of the drama The Last Day that Gaspard Uliel Stars alongside Nicole Garcia and Melanie Laurenwhich he found shortly after kiss whoever you want.
Director Rudolf Marconi recalls an unforgettable shoot with Gaspard Ulliel before filming The Last Day. “The session is going so well that it lasts two days…”, The director says. “Gaspard made me want to make this movie, I rewrote it for him and he accepts the role (…) We saw each other a lot before filming. We talked more about ourselves than about the movie.”
“A week after the shooting, there was no longer any question to talk to each other about the vision we had of the scenes or the words or the silence; everything was done almost naturally, in a certain amalgamation, in the common vision of the film, he and I had,” Follow Marconi. “It was almost confusing to see how he became someone else, Simon embodied as I imagined, which means he is not very far from me.”
Paris, I love you (2006)
in 2006, Gaspard Uliel Number in the prestigious film credits Drawing I love you Paris. The actor stars in Le Marais, a part dedicated to the 4th arrondissement of Paris and produced by the American Gus Van Sant. In this infographic, Gaspard Uliel embodies an assistant photographer played by Marianne Faithfull. While working for a printing press in the Marais district, he falls in love with an apprentice…