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In 1935, Jean Giraudoux, the French playwright, with the memory of the First World War still in his head, wrote The Trojan War Will Not Take Place.
This is not very far from that which Bresson and Jean Giraudoux put in place with Les Anges du peche (1943).
Theatrical talents such as Jean Giraudoux and Jean Anouilh, and poet Jean Cocteau, turned their efforts to the cinema as well, often with notable success.
He was also a poet, a playwright, an essayist, and a successful translator into Polish of Arthur Rimbaud, Paul Claudel, Andre Gide, and Jean Giraudoux.