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  • Mademoiselle Chambon

  • Fear(s) of the Dark

  • La vérité si je mens! 2

  • Le Convoyeur

  • Turn Left at the End of the World

  • OSS 117: Cairo - Nest of Spies

  • Three Dancing Slaves

  • The Beat That My Heart Skipped

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Aure Atika Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jan 1, 0001
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

A lithe, unconventionally attractive dark-haired player of French television and film, Aure Atika owed her exotic look to a slightly unusual ethnic mixture, hailing as she did from a Moroccan mother and a French father. She grew up a Parisian, despite a self-described preference for the environment of Southern France, and for a time seriously considered entering a Japanese culinary school, then toyed with the option of establishing herself as a political journalist. In the end, Atika enrolled in the Ecole du Louvre, but found it an awkward fit, then dropped out and held down a series of random jobs before signing on to work as an actress for director [[Performer~P70491~Virginie Thévenet~virginiethévenet]] in the 1992 comedy [[Feature~V147037~Sam Suffit~samsuffit]]. The [[Performer~P70491~Thévenet~virginiethévenet]] assignment marked the beginning of a long, lucrative, and prolific onscreen career that peaked at the outset of the following decade; key projects included [[Performer~P104290~Avi Nesher~avinesher]]'s [[Feature~V310679~Turn Left at the End of the World~turnleftattheendoftheworld]] (2004), [[Performer~P80170~Jacques Audiard~jacquesaudiard]]'s [[Feature~V17344~Fingers~fingers]] remake [[Feature~V322884~The Beat That My Heart Skipped~thebeatthatmyheartskipped]] (2005), and vocal work in the animated omnibus feature [[Feature~V427955~Fear(s) of the Dark~fearsofthedark]] (2007). ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi