Synonyms for un_héros or Related words with un_héros

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Examples of "un_héros"
""Un héros au cœur généreux et au caractère détestable, une assez bonne combinaison pour un chef ""
The second album, "2" was released in 1980 and was a real success as well. The songs "C'est dur d'être un héros" and "Oh Chiquita" were successful. The latter was even more successful than "Quand t'es dans le désert".
In 1994 he directed "Regarde les Hommes Tomber", a road movie starring Mathieu Kassovitz and Jean-Louis Trintignant. The film won the César Award for best first film and the Prix Georges-Sadoul. Two years later he reunited with Kassovitz and Trintignant for "Un Héros Très Discret" – A Self-Made Hero in English, adapted from the novel by Jean-François Deniau.
""Les vies les plus belles sont celles qu’on s’invente"", (the most beautiful lives are those we invent) announces an older Albert Dehousse at the beginning of the film. "Un héros très discret" is a film which investigates the divide between fantasy and reality.
French alpinist Pierre Mazeaud declared: "Il y a de la spiritualité chez cet être-là. Pour moi, Walter est sans doute un héros de légende mais c’est avant tout un homme de vérité qui a tout simplement du cœur (There is spirituality in that person. For me, Walter is undoubtedly a legendary hero but it is above all a man of truth who has a big heart)."
The Centre Cavaillès de l'École Normale Supérieure was established in Paris in 1969, at 3e étage au 29 rue d'Ulm, as Centre for the Study of the History and Philosophy of Science. At the formal opening, philosopher Georges Canguilhem said, "A philosopher-mathematician loaded with explosives, lucid and reckless, resolute without optimism. If that's not a hero, what is a hero?" (Translated from the original French language: "Un philosophe mathématicien bourré d'explosifs, un lucide téméraire, un résolu sans optimisme. Si ce n'est pas un héros, qu'est-ce qu'un héros?)
Autin-Grenier writes mainly short pieces, some short stories, some prose poems, and many of the short narrative pieces referred to in French literature as Récits. He has also been involved in a "roman collectif" ("13, Quai de la Pécheresse, 69000 Lyon"), a complete novel whose 13 chapters were each contributed by a different author. He has regularly published collections of his short pieces, and three of his collections of récits ("Je ne suis pas un héros", "Toute une vie bien ratée" and "L'éternité est inutile") form a kind of trilogy, under the collective title "Une histoire". Because much of his work consists of short pieces, it is suitable for publication on the internet and several examples can be found online. his work has not appeared in English.
Desplat has composed extensively for French cinema, Hollywood, and incidental music for over 100 films, including "Lapse of Memory" (1992), "Family Express" (1992), "Regarde Les Hommes Tomber" (1994), "Les Péchés Mortels" (1995), César-nominated "Un Héros Très Discret" (1996), "Une Minute de Silence" (1998), "Sweet Revenge" (1998), "Le Château des Singes" (1999), "Reines d'un Jour" (2001), the César-nominated "Sur mes lèvres" (2002), "Rire et Châtiment" (2003), "Syriana" (2005), the César-winner "The Beat That My Heart Skipped" (2005), "The Queen" (2006), "Fantastic Mr. Fox" (2009), "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1" (2010), "The Ghost Writer" (2010), Daniel Auteuil's remake of "La Fille du Puisatier" (2011), "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2" (2011), and "The Grand Budapest Hotel" (2014).
Franck Cassenti, with "L'Affiche Rouge" (1976); Gilson, with "La Brigade" (1975); and Mosco with the documentary "Des terroristes à la retraite" addressed foreign resisters of the EGO, who were then relatively unknown. In 1974, Louis Malle's "Lacombe, Lucien" caused scandal and polemic for his lack of moral judgment regarding the behavior of a collaborator. Malle later portrayed the resistance of Catholic priests who protected Jewish children in his 1987 film "Au revoir, les enfants". François Truffaut's 1980 film "Le Dernier Métro" was set during the German occupation of Paris and won ten Césars for its story of a theatrical production staged while its Jewish director is concealed by his wife in the theater's basement. The 1980s began to portray the resistance of working women, as in "Blanche et Marie" (1984). Later, Jacques Audiard's "Un héros très discret" (1996) told the story of a young man's traveling to Paris and manufacturing a Résistance past for himself, suggesting that many heroes of the Résistance were impostors. In 1997 Claude Berri produced the biopic "Lucie Aubrac" based on the life of the Résistance heroine of the same name, which was criticized for its Gaullist portrayal of the Résistance and its overemphasizing the relationship between Aubrac and her husband.