According to the New York Times, President Emmanuel Macron confirmed the news.The film was considered controversial at the time it was released in the United States due to a scene in which Moreau’s character is depicted in the throws of orgasmic passion.The movie was later used in an obscenity case, where an Ohio theater manager was convicted of showing a film with obscene material.While she was never nominated for an Academy Award here in the States, she was awarded a lifetime achievement award in 1998.
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