What is Audrey Tautous best movie role

1. Coco Before Chanel (2009)

The story of fashion revolutionary Gabrielle (a.k.a. Coco) Chanel from orphan to mourning lover. One of Audrey Tautou’s most popular and inspirational roles in cinema, the movie holds a place in the heart of fashion fans the world over.

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2. Amélie (2001)

In 2001, Audrey Tautou’s youthful looks took the world by storm in this Jean-Pierre Jeunet film. The plot follows a Parisienne like any other, Amélie cast a spell on audiences with shots that showed Paris’ best side – and Audrey Tautou’s too, this was the start of an illustrious career for the young actress.

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3. Venus Beauty Institute (1999)

Audrey Tautou’s first role on the silver screen. She embodied a young beautician – at only 23 herself. Directed by Tonie Marshall, the plot explores human relationships and the dance of love.

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4. L'Auberge Espagnole (2002)

Audrey Tautou plays Martine, the love interest of Xavier, a student who leaves for Barcelona to pursue his studies, played by Romain Duris. The movie, also known to UK audiences as Pot Luck, is one of a trilogy directed by Cédric Klapisch.

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5. Russian Dolls (2005)

The second instalment of Cédric Klapisch’s trilogy, the equally endearing, stirring and funny Russian Dolls takes place a few years after the original and follows the main characters lives since the first film.

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6. Chinese Puzzle (2013)

The third and final instalment of Cédric Klapisch’s movies, Chinese Puzzle follows Martine, Xavier and their friends as they turn 40. With the focus changing from young love to children, family and stability, we have truly moved on from the free Spanish feel that dominated the first instalments. A bittersweet goodbye to characters who will stay with us forever.

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7. The Da Vinci Code (2006)

Ron Howard chose an all-French cast to play the key roles in this Dan BrownThe Da Vinci Code adaptation, set in Paris. Audrey Tautou stars alongside Tom Hanks as an enigmatic cryptographer.

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8. Delicacy (2011)

The book that seduced millions of French-speakers, the cinematic adaptation by author David Foenkinos and his brother Stéphane perfectly captured the novel’s essence. Audrey Tautou embodies the eponymous delicacy, treating the role with the sensitivity it deserved.

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