Writer-director Arnaud Desplechin, right, on the set of “My Golden Days,” nominated for 11 Cesars.
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Nominations for the Cesars, France's version of the Oscars, have been announced, honoring a diversity of talent and themes at a time when the Academy Awards are being accused of ignoring minorities. Screen legends such as Gerard Depardieu, Catherine Deneuve and Isabelle Huppert got nods, while Hollywood star Michael Douglas will receive a lifetime achievement award.The top choices have placed the spotlight on films with very diverse actors, directors and storylines – a contrast to the storm that has enveloped nominations to this year's Academy Awards.Depardieu and Huppert have both been nominated for their roles as a grief-stricken couple reuniting for a trip through California's Death Valley in "Valley of Love".With 32 nods between them, they are the most-nominated actors in the history of the Cesars. Depardieu has won twice and Huppert once.
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