Emmanuèle Bernheim

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Emmanuèle Bernheim, 2013.

Emmanuèle Bernheim (30 November 1955 – 10 May 2017) was a French author and screenwriter. He won the Prix Médicis in 1993 with her book Sa femme. She wrote the screenplay of feature movies Swimming Pool (2003) and 5x2 (2004), both directed by François Ozon. She lived in Paris and also worked for television.

Bernheim died on 10 May 2017 in Paris from lung cancer, aged 61.[1]

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  1. Savigneau, Josyane (11 May 2017). "La romancière et scénariste Emmanuèle Bernheim est morte". Retrieved 14 May 2017 – via Le Monde.

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