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"I've been married to the same man for the last 40 years," Karina protested, referring to her fourth husband, the American director Dennis Berry of "Stargate" and "Highlander" fame.But it was with her first, Jean-Luc Godard, that Karina helped turn cinema on its head. Now 77, the Danish-born 1960s icon is having something of a comeback.It was around the corner at the Deux Magots cafe, then the hangout of Sartre, de Beauvoir and Camus, where Karina was discovered 60 years ago, a 17-year-old waif in full flight from a troubled childhood.One day after modeling for a magazine "this extraordinary woman asked me, 'What's your name, darling?'Karina's film, "Vivre ensemble," is a tragic love story about a couple who can't do exactly that.
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