Catherine Breillat is a Paris based filmmaker and writer who became famous for her distinctively personal films on sexuality, gender trouble and sibling rivalry. Accused of being a "porno auteuriste", Breillat allowed for an unbiased view of sexuality and extended the language of mainstream movies.
Films: NE VRAIE JEUNE FILLE (1976), TAPAGE NOCTURNE (1979), 36 FILLETTE (1987), SALE COMME UN ANGE (1991), AUX NIÇOIS QUI MAL Y PENSENT (1995), PARFAIT AMOUR! (1996), ROMANCE (1999), À MA SŒUR! (2001), BRÈVE TRAVERSÉE (2001), SEX IS COMEDY (2004), ANATOMIE DE L’ENFER (2002), UNE VIELLE MAÎTRESSE (2007), BARBE BLEU (2009), LA BELLE ENDORMIE (2010), ABUS DE FAIBLESSE (2013)