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Depardieu

G?rard. born 1948, French film actor. His films include Jean de Florette (1986), Cyrano de Bergerac (1990), Green Card (1991), The Man in the Iron Mask (1997), and Tais-toi (2003)
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Several days ago, 63-year-old Depardieu said he was renouncing his French citizenship to move to Belgium.
I'm a true European, a citizen of the world," Depardieu wrote.
A representative for Depardieu declined to say whether he had accepted the offer, which, although genuine, is widely seen as a Russian swipe at France rather than a genuine act of concern for the multi-millionaire actor's finances.
Depardieu has not yet responded to the latest Russian offer, BBC reported.
In response, Depardieu wrote a letter to prime minister Jean-Marc Ayrault saying: "I am leaving because you believe that success, creation, talent, anything different must be sanctioned.
Depardieu has since apologised, and blamed prostrate problems.
Depardieu is always watchable and his voice, like this film, is perfectly pleasant, if unremarkable.
Both Depardieu and Auteil are on great form, with character egos to match their enormous noses.
Depardieu, the son of celebrated French actor Gerard Depardieu, drew the weapon and fired it in the air before being restrained, he said.
Starring: Matt Dillon, James Caan, Natascha McElhone, Gerard Depardieu, Stellan Skarsgard.
The festival--and the complaints--kicked off with the costume drama Vatel, featuring Gerard Depardieu and Uma Thurman.
Also announced today was the return to the network of powerhouse actor Gerard Depardieu in BALZAC: A LIFE OF PASSION, a two-part mini-series brought to life by the same production team that created Bravo's wildly successful 1999 mini-series, The Count of Monte Cristo.

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