The French actress Emmanuelle Riva is at the age of 89 died. She won in 2013 for a César for her starring role in the movie ‘Amour’.
In 1959, made Riva for the first time, her appearance to the public at large with her role in “Hiroshima, mon amour’ by Alain Resnais. After films such as ‘Léon Morin, prêtre’ (1961) and ‘Therese Desqueyroux’ (1962) it took until 2013 before they again appeared in a film. That was the beautiful ‘Amour’ (2013) by Michael Haneke, about the love between a couple in the autumn of their lives.
Riva died, according to her entourage Friday in Paris “from the effects of a lingering illness”.