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Name  Didier Decoin
Awards  Prix Goncourt
Siblings  Jacques Decoin
Parents  Henri Decoin
Role  Screenwriter

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Books  John l'Enfer, Avec vue sur la mer
Movies  One Night, The Chambermaid on the Tit, Jakob the Liar, Les Miserables, I as in Icarus
Similar People  Henri Decoin, Lucas Belvaux, Peter Kassovitz, Josee Dayan, Henri Verneuil

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Didier Decoin (born 13 March 1945 in Boulogne-Billancourt (Seine)) is a French screenwriter and writer awarded the Prix Goncourt in 1977.

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Biography

He is the son of filmmaker Henri Decoin. He began his career as a newspaper journalist at France Soir, Le Figaro and VOD, and radio Europe 1. At the same time he started writing.

While continuing his writing, he became writer in film and television (and adapted scripts for television as the major TV films Les Misérables, The Count of Monte Cristo, Balzac and Napoleon).

In 1995 he became the Secretary of the Académie Goncourt.

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Didier Decoin Wikipedia


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