Arte prose tonight a Portrait of the actor Jean-Louis Trintignant. In the cinema, Trintignant was the antihero of Bertolucci’s “Conformist”, the obstinate judge of “Z” for Costa-Gavras, the marginal mobster of “Watch the men fall” by Jacques Audiard, but also the unforgettable lover of “A man and a woman” “” by Claude Lelouch or the overwhelming old husband of “‘Love” by Michael Haneke …

VIDEO – Jean-Louis Trintignant evokes the death of his daughter: “It completely destroyed me” (France 2)

He was only 14 years old when, at the Liberation, his mother was exhibited on a cart with other shorn women. Jean-Louis Trintignant will retain a feeling of guilt and melancholy, which he will drag on all levels. Father of three, he will lose Pauline in 1970 and Marie in 2003. The actor says: “I have known the worst of things … Now, everything that can happen to me does not matter.”