A January 1, 1976, portrait of Austrian-born German actress Romy Schneider, subject of the film "3 Days in Quiberon."
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The biopic turns on an interview the star gave to the German magazine Stern over three days while staying at a spa resort in 1981, the year her son died in a freak accident.Atef's film suggests the actress went to the Brittany spa in the hopes of curbing her dependency on drugs and drink after his death. Her daughter, who was 4 when Schneider died, insisted her mother was there simply to recover and lose weight.Mystery still surrounds the death of Schneider, whom the French film idol Alain Delon later called the love of his life.Atef, who premiered her Schneider biopic earlier this year at the Berlin International Film Festival, has admitted to fictionalizing parts of the Stern interview for the film, which won seven prizes at the German Film Awards.
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