Born Hanna Karin Bayer in Denmark in 1940, Anna Karina began at the age of 17 a career as a model in Paris, where it has captivated the art world and began a career as legendary as the directors of local revolucionaban the film and cabreaban to Robert McKee.
A Godard in love with, the husband of Karina between 1961 and 1965, gave the main role in ‘A woman is a woman’. Under the direction of her then-husband, the actress will shoot six more films, including iconic titles such as ‘Band apart’, ‘Live your life’ or ‘Lemmy against Alphaville’.
it Was the time of the Nouvelle Vague, the period where Godard knew how to see to see Brigitte Bardot or Jean-Paul Belmondo as no one before him had done. But Anna Karina it was much more than the muse of Godard. Without the French director to her side, Karina was free to work the command of the Visconti of ‘The foreign’, Volker Schlöndorff, George Cukor, Agnès Varda, Fassbinder (‘roulette china’) and Raoul Ruiz (‘treasure island’).
in Addition, the actress also stepped on the tables and had a major musical career. At the end of the decade of the 60’s was a great success with ‘Sous le soleil exactement’ and ‘Roller Girl’ by Serge Gainsbourg. Both songs belong to the musical comedy for television, ‘Anna’, from 1967, director Pierre Koralnik, where she performed seven songs alongside Gainsbourg and Jean-Claude Brialy. Later, Karina recorded the album ‘Une histoire d’amour, with Philippe Katerine.
Karina also wrote four novels: ‘Vivre ensemble’ (1973), ‘the Golden City’ (1983), ‘On n achète pas le soleil’ (1988) and until victory au bout du hasard’ (1998). The cinematic art changed with it, and today we said goodbye to his 79 years. is Now begins the legend.
The news Dies Anna Karina, legend of the Nouvelle Vague and the muse of Jean-Luc Godard was originally published in Espinof by Kiko Vega .
December 15, 2019
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