Until Death Do Us Part

JOCK FISTICK/REPORTERS for TIME

Marie Trintignant was just 4 years old when she began her dramatic career. For the dark-haired French girl, the 1967 film Mon Amour, Mon Amour was a family affair starring her actor father, Jean-Louis Trintignant, and directed by her mother, Nadine. Last Friday, her family came together in grief. In a private clinic in Neuilly-sur-Seine, a chic western suburb of Paris, the actress died, at 41, from injuries sustained five days earlier in a dispute with the latest love in her varied romantic life — Bertrand Cantat, 39, lead singer and guitarist with Noir Désir (Black Desire), France's most popular rock...

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