Jacques Cousteau Tormented Marine Animals and Won The Frickin' Palme d'Or For It

Jacques Cousteau wearing his Aqua-Lung, with his team mate helping him
Le Monde Du Silence (1956) Image: Rank Organisation

My ex-boyfriend and I had a thing about Palme d'Or winning films. One time he brought Jacques Cousteau and Louis Malle's Le Silence Du Monde (1956). I didn't know about the film then, but I discovered that it had also won an Oscar. I loved…

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Turkish screenwriter. I help writers understand story structures so they can write better stories. I analyze Story Bones on The Writing Cooperative.

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Nihan Kucukural

Nihan Kucukural

Turkish screenwriter. I help writers understand story structures so they can write better stories. I analyze Story Bones on The Writing Cooperative.

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