- Glaeser, Henri
- (June 18, 1929, Paris, France - July 23, 2007, Paris, France)Of Ukrainian descent (his father, advocate Léo Glaeser, born in Riga, and his mother, from Odessa, met in Paris), he entered films as an editor (1950 Un Homme marche dans la Ville, Marcello Pagliero). He was also known as a photographer. His father, a partisan during the occupation of France, was arrested and shot by order of militiaman Paul Touvier. In memory of Léo Glaeser, he took an active part in the incarceration and judgment of the former accomplice of the Nazis.Filmography1969 ◘ L'Homme aux Chats (short; also screenwriter)◘ La Main / La mano / USA: The Hand (also screenwriter, co-dialogist; France / Italy)1973 ◘ Une Larme dans l'Océan / USA: A Tear in the Ocean (also screenwriter, dialogist, actor; shot in 1971)◘ Andréa (also screenwriter, dialogist)◘ 500 Grammes de Foie de Veau (short)
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.