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Jean Cocteau


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Jean Cocteau
   said   
"A Film is a Petrified Fountain of Thought."
French author, filmmaker.
Jean Cocteau
   said   
"After the Writer's Death, Reading His Journal is Like Receiving a Long Letter."
French author, filmmaker.
Jean Cocteau
   said   
"An Original Artist is Unable to Copy. So He Has Only to Copy in Order to Be Original."
French author, filmmaker
Jean Cocteau
   said   
"Art is Science Made Clear."
French author, filmmaker.
Jean Cocteau
   said   
"In Paris, Everybody Wants to Be an Actor; Nobody is Content to Be a Spectator."
French author, filmmaker.
Jean Cocteau
   said   
"Life is a Horizontal Fall."
French author, filmmaker.
Jean Cocteau
   said   
"Tact in Audacity Consists in Knowing How Far We May Go Too Far."
French author, filmmaker.
Jean Cocteau
   said   
"The Day of My Birth, My Death Began Its Walk. It is Walking Toward Me, Without Hurrying."
French author, filmmaker.
Jean Cocteau
   said   
"The Extreme Limit of Wisdom—that’s What the Public Calls Madness."
French author, filmmaker.
Jean Cocteau
   said   
"The Worst Tragedy for a Poet is to Be Admired Through Being Misunderstood."
French author, filmmaker.
Jean Cocteau
   directed   
Testament of Orpheus (1960)
Jean Cocteau
   directed   
La Belle Et La Bête (1946)
Jean Cocteau
   directed   
The Blood of a Poet (1930)
Jean Cocteau
   directed   
The Eagle Has Two Heads (1947)
Jean Cocteau
   wrote   
Les Enfants Terribles
1963
   was the year   
Jean Cocteau Died
Rue Lafitte
   was created by   
Jean Cocteau
Street on which Gérard lives, from "Les Enfants Terribles", English translation, 1930
Georges Auric
   composed   
"Huit Poèmes De Jean Cocteau"






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