French star Claude Laydu has died. He was 84.
The actor passed away on 29 July (11) in Paris. The cause of death was a heart condition, according to his family.
Laydu, who was born in Belgium, was just 23 when director Robert Bresson picked him to star in his movie Diary of a Country Priest.
The critically acclaimed drama scooped a haul of awards, including the Grand Prize at Italy's Venice International Film Festival.
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Our priest is not only wracked with physical illness, he worries endlessly about his acceptance in the village, about God, about everything. His brow is constantly furrowed, and for good reason -- the stand-offish treatment he receives is killing him, as director Robert Bresson presents a hopeless message that says all things will stay the same. One man can't change society, but society can certainly do a number on the man.
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