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Leos Carax (born 22 November 1960) is a French-born film director, critic, and writer. Carax is noted for his poetic style and his tortured depictions of love. His first major work was Boy Meets Girl (1984), and his notable works include Lovers on the Bridge (1991) and the controversial Pola X (1999). His professional name is an anagram of his first and middle names.
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|2||Holy Motors (2012)||Director / Writer||6.8|
|3||Holy Motors (2012)||Le dormeur / Voix Limousine||6.8|
|4||42 One Dream Rush (2010)||Director / Writer||6|
|5||Mister Lonely (2008)||Renard||7.6|
|6||Tokyo! (2008)||Director / Writer||7.5|
|7||Pola X (1999)||Director / Writer||-|
|8||The Lovers on the Bridge (1991)||Director / Writer||-|
|9||King Lear (1987)||Edgar (uncredited)||-|
|10||Mauvais Sang (1986)||Le voyeur du quartier (uncredited)||-|
|11||Mauvais Sang (1986)||Director / Writer||-|
|12||Boy Meets Girl (1984)||Director / Writer||8|