A partisan of the experimental cinema and friend of the New Wave ("nouvelle vague") directors, Bassan grouped Besson with Jean-Jacques Beineix and Leos Carax as three directors who shared the style of "le look." These directors were later described critically as favoring style over substance, and spectacle over narrative.Besson, along with most of the filmmakers so categorized, was uncomfortable with the label, particularly in light of the achievements of their forebears: France's New Wave.Besson directed three short films, a commissioned documentary, and several commercials.After this, he moved to the United States for three years, but returned to Paris, where he formed his own production company.He won Best Director and Best French Director for his sci-fi action film The Fifth Element (1997). Otherwise I am going to die." "I was 17 and I wondered what I was going to do. So I took a piece of paper and on the left I put everything I could do, or had skills for, and all the things I couldn't do.
He directed or produced the films Subway (1985), The Big Blue (1988), and Nikita (1990).
（o°▽°)o(o_△_)o(o°▽°)o Phew~ Day 3 complete ; D Only ONE more day until the common route is finished!
If you are doing the casual story, your story will branch off into either Yoosung, Zen or Jaehee’s story after Day 4 ends, depending on how many affection points you’ve earned with the three of them.
He first named it Les Films du Loup, but changed it to Les Films du Dauphin.
In the early 1980s, Besson met Éric Serra and asked him to compose the score for his first short film, L'Avant dernier.