Sophie Marceau Biography
In 1995, she landed the lead female character in the Mel Gibson Award Winning epic Braveheart. Then in 1999 she became a bond girl in the 1999 James Bond The World is Not Enough. She appeared opposite Pierce Brosnan.
She also tried her hand at directing and did Speak to Me of Love. She won the Best Director in the 2002 Montreal World Film Festival. Prior to Speak to Me of Love she made L'Aube à l'envers in 1995.
Films to her credits are: Fort Saganne in 1984, Joyeuses Pâques also known as Happy Easter in 1984, L'Amour braque in 1985, Le Flics also known as Police in 1985, Descente aux enfers in Descent Into Hell in 1986, L'étudiante also known as The Student in 1988, Chouans ! also in 1988, Mes nuits sont plus belles que vos jours in 1989, Pacific Palisades in 1990, Pour Sacha in 1991, La Note bleue also in 1991, Fanfan also known as Fanfan & Alexandre in 1993,
Other films include: La Fille de d'Artagnan The Daughter of D'Artagnan in 1994, Braveheart in 1995, Al di là delle nuvole also in 1995, Anna Karenina in 1997 as Anna Karenina, Marquise in 1997, by Véra Belmont, Firelight in 1997, by William Nicholson, Lost & Found in 1999, A Midsummer Night's Dream also in 1999 as Hippolyta, The World Is Not Enough also in 1999 as Elektra King, Fidélité Fidelity in 2000, Belphégor - Le fantôme du Louvre also known as Belphegor, Phantom of the Louvre in 2001, Alex & Emma in 2003, Je reste ! in 2003, by Diane Kurys, Les clefs de bagnole also known as The Car Keys in 2003, A ce soir in 2004, Anthony Zimmer in 2005, La disparue de Deauville in 2007 and Les Femmes de l'ombre also in 2007, by Jean-Paul Salomé.