French film star Anouk Aimée dies aged 92 

French film star Anouk Aimée, known for her roles in European classics, including “A Man and a Woman,” has died at 92. 

Born Nicole Françoise Florence Dreyfus, Aimée’s career began in her teens. She starred in Fellini’s “La Dolce Vita” and Lelouch’s “A Man and a Woman.” 

Aimée’s performance in “A Man and a Woman” made her an icon of doomed romance. She earned a Golden Globe and an Oscar nomination. 

Aimée collaborated with renowned directors like Jacques Demy and Marco Bellocchio. Her beauty and talent left a lasting mark on film history. 

Married and divorced four times, Aimée spent her later years in Paris’s Montmartre district. Her legacy lives on in the hearts of cinephiles. 

As we bid farewell to this cinematic legend, we celebrate her indelible impact on the silver screen.