|Nicole Stéphane in Les Enfants terribles|
She is best known for Silence, like I mentioned, and her imperious mischievous incestuous truly regal turn in the excellent Jean-Pierre Melville film, Les Enfants terribles.
|Stéphane in Le silence de la mer|
But what you might not know about her, is that she joined the French Army during WWII, and was captured in the Pyrenées by the Spanish whilst trying to hook up and coordinate with the Free France underground.
Another awesome fact about Ms Stéphane is that she lived above Susan Sontag in Paris in the early Seventies. They were lovers for a spell and were off and on artistic collaborators until Nicole's death in 2007.
Truly, a Woman Michael Loves!