Mathieu Amalric — French Actor born on October 25, 1965,

Mathieu Amalric is a French actor and filmmaker. Amalric is perhaps best known internationally for his performance as the lead villain in Bond film Quantum of Solace, his performance in Steven Spielberg's Munich and for his role in The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, for which he drew critical acclaim. He has also won the Étoile d'or and the Lumières Award... (wikipedia)

The body is something absolutely miraculous. It's amazing, the five senses.
Cannes is a circus, so you have to have fun with it. Everything suddenly becomes funny. And the promotion of a movie - that's where you really need to be a good actor. You need to make journalists believe that what you're saying is just for them and you've never said it before, even when you're talking about the same film over and over again.
Sometimes with anger you can be much more dangerous than with skill.
There is the melancholy of Europe. There is the romantic malaise. Feeling sad is almost a form of deepness.
Arnaud Desplechin invented me as an actor. I never imagined I'd be acting in movies.