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He's like the definitive example of a rare thing in film acting: a young guy who became (really) famous in a movie in which he also dies - so he's frozen in time in that movie and you know in his case on top of that .......... it's an unforgettable couple AND one of the great endings........ period.
He was a true legend, one of the greatest. He had a charisma like few actors have and was always a joy to watch. If I think of Belmondo I hardly can imagine him without his famous smile. Even in his 70s he always seemed still to be a little rascal.
To be honest this impression sometimes maybe hindered me to love him in more dramatic roles, but it certainly helped him in everything else he did.
Yesterday in his honor I watched Les Tribulations d'un Chinois en Chine where his charm carried the movie so easily.