Pierre Lhomme

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Pierre Lhomme
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Pierre Lhomme
Born(1930-04-05)5 April 1930
Died4 July 2019(2019-07-04) (aged 89)
Arles, France
Occupation Cinematographer, director, screenwriter
Years active1953–2003
Children1

Pierre Lhomme (5 April 1930 – 4 July 2019) [1] was a French cinematographer and filmmaker.

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References

  1. Mintzer, Jordan (5 July 2019). "Pierre Lhomme, Legendary French Cinematographer, Dies at 89". The Hollywood Reporter . Retrieved 6 July 2019.