Jutta Lampe was a German actress best-known for her film Marianne and Juliane (1981).
In that film she plays the ‘good’ sister, the regular journalist. The ‘bad’ sister has joined the RAF.
Many people forget, but Europe during the 1970s and 1980s, witnessed a series of bloody terrorist attacks rivalling the islamist terrorism of today.
Trini Lopez was an American singer known for his rendition of “If I Had a Hammer“.
Another COVID-19 victim.
Mike Longo was an American jazz pianist known for the composition “Like a Thief In the Night” (1974).
Édith Scob was a French actress best-known for Eyes Without a Face (1959) in which she played a horribly disfigured young woman wearing a mask and whose dad, a surgeon, is going to provide her with a face transplant, an instance of the the mad doctor and new flesh plot.
In Holy Motors, Scob wears an near-identical mask.
Eyes Without a Face (1959), best scenes set to music by Aalborg Soundtracks
Holy Motors (2012), trailer
Summer Hours (2008), trailer