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As a director, he began making TV spots and then shorts ("Sans regrets", "Je taim") until 2002 when he made his first feature, "Anything You Say" is a morality tale about show biz.

With a galloping success under his wings, he continued to impress with his acting craft, flirting with Marion Cotillard in "Love me if you Dare", "Narco: The Secret Adventures of Gustave Klopp" and the solemn "Joyeux Noël".

That same year, he is a nasty in "Darling" and then lead actor in Guillaume Nicloux's thriller "The Key" opposite Marie Gillain, Jean Rochefort and Vanessa Paradis.After having directed François Cluzet in "Tell no One", they both teamed up on the other side of the camera in "Rivals" by Jacques Maillot.And, quite frankly, in 2009 who cares, because France is back!In the past 12 months it has been reinstated as global leader of all things hot, and the fashion pack can’t get enough of it.Camille (Audrey Tautou) is doing her best to disappear.

She barely eats, works at night as a cleaner, and lives in a tiny unheated attic in an 18th century apartment building that also houses the ornate apartment of the stuttering aristocrat Philibert (Laurent Stocker).Following a first screen appearance in the short film "Le Fils unique" in 1995, Guillaume Canet joined Jean Rochefort in the thriller "Barracuda" (1997).But it was his performances in "In All Innocence" (1998) by Pierre Jolivet and "I Follow in My Father's Footsteps" by Remi Waterhouse that launched his career.The film won four Cesars: Best Actor for François Cluzet, Best Director for Canet, making him the youngest filmmaker in the history of the Cesars to win in the category.Now a major player in the film industry in France, Guillaume Canet took on a role opposite Audrey Tautou in the romantic comedy "Hunting and Gathering", film adaptation of Anna Gavalda's bestseller.Once upon a time France was simply synonymous with style – the language, the ladies, the fashion labels.