Nick James, editor of Sight & Sound magazine wrote in an analysis for the BBC News, said that Moreau had more "on-screen authority" than Catherine Deneuve and Brigitte Bardot, France's other iconic actresses.
She died at her home in Paris, the BBC reports.
The president's office and Moreau's agent announced her death Monday without providing a cause. But when your mom told you that true beauty comes from within, she was right about that too: Moreau's spirit informed her beauty, and it's the key to what made her such a sensual, captivating, powerful actress. Four years later, she was awarded a BAFTA Fellowship for her lifetime's body of work.
She was best known for her roles in the films - Jules et Jim, Elevators to the Gallows, Les Amants and Diary of a Chambermaid.
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This 1958 film noir classic from the French director Louis Malle was Moreau's 21st film-acting credit, according to her IMDB record, but it was treated as her coming out on the worldwide film scene, so confident and overpowering was her turn as a femme fatale scheming to murder her wealthy husband. The story of a woman who deserts her husband for a younger man, the film was controversial for the times and banned in some USA cities.
She was hitched to William Friedkin from 1977 to 1979 and already to Jean-Louis Richard.
Pierre Lescure, president of the Cannes Film Festival, said in a statement, "She was strong and she didn't like to see people pour their hearts out". She was in three films for Orson Welles ("The Trial", "Chimes at Midnight", and the wonderful hour-long "The Immortal Story", based on an Isak Dinesen story).
She continued to work up until only a few years ago, and apparently never felt nostalgic for her heydeys of the French New Wave, instead insisting on always trying new things. Putting the focus on her face gave Moreau a chance to let her acting talent show through. But Jeanne was different, and a copy of the New York Times was the start of it all. She also picked up an honorary Palme d'Or, Cannes' highest honor, back in 2003. She also appeared in the Hollywood films The Train with Burt Lancaster and The Last Tycoon with Robert de Niro, Tony Curtis, and Robert Mitchum. In 1998 she was the subject of a tribute at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, though the Oscar was the rare statue that eluded her during a career that spanned over six decades. I feel the same now as then.