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Jane Campion
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    (April 30, 1954- )
    Resides in Sydney, Australia
    Best known for writing and directing ‘The Piano (1993)’
    Directed ‘Peel (1982),’ ‘Sweetie (1989),’ ‘An Angel at My Table (1990),’ ‘The Portrait of a Lady (1996),’ ‘Holy Smoke (1999)’ and ‘In the Cut (2003)’
    Her follow-ups to ‘The Piano’ have all been flops.
    Some feminists hate her for making movies about women who fall in love with men.
    Some New Zealanders hate her for moving to Australia.
    She directed the Meg Ryan vehicle ‘In the Cut,’ which one critic called: ‘a sleazy straight-to-video-style sex and violence crapfest.’
    Her baby son died when he was only twelve days old.
    She has won many international prizes and awards.
    ‘The Piano’ was a critical and commercial success.
    She won an Academy Award for her screenplay for the film.
    Her films are known for their strong female characters.
    She remains one of the most prominent female film directors.
    Harvey Keitel calls her ‘a goddess.’
    She got Meg Ryan to do a nude scene for ‘In the Cut.’

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