Julie Delpy was born in Paris to Albert Delpy, a french actor and theater director, and Marie Pillet, an actress in feature films and the avant-garde theater. On the stages of Paris, Delpy's parents were involved in underground theatre. I would see Ingmar Bergman movies when I was 9 and totally go for it.And they would bring me to see Francis Bacon's paintings, which I loved: so dark and at the same time it's so wonderful.

But now, he has been married to his longtime girlfriend and now wife, Roxanne Daner.

The two of them had been dating, and then got together to start a family and it looks like they have a baby boy.

There are some finely etched moments where his paranoia overwhelms his reason, but ultimately the film suffers because Jack is such a thoroughly unlikeable prat.

Early on he casually does something awful to a group of fellow Americans, and his character never quite recovers from it.

During a brief stay with her parents in Paris, French woman Marion (Julie Delpy) and her American boyfriend Jack (Adam Goldberg) bicker ceaselessly about the fragile state of their two-year relationship and whether it is proper for ex-lovers to remain friends.

Amid the quips, cross-cultural gags and rapid-fire repartee between the two, Jack's central fear is that Marion is shamelessly cheating on him.

She has been nominated for three C├ęsar Awards, two Online Film Critics Society Awards, and two Academy Awards.

After moving to the United States in 1990, she became an American citizen in 2001. They really raised me with a love of art, bringing me to museums and seeing things that a child wouldn't see at that age.

In July 1979, during the Summer holidays, in a house somewhere in Brittany, a whole family (parents, uncles, aunts, cousins and other relatives) are gathered to celebrate Granny Amandine's ...