Best Luc Besson Movies
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by Birsen Oray
Luc Paul Maurice Besson was born on March 18, 1959, in Paris, France. Since his parents were scuba diver instructors, he lived in tourist resorts in Italy, Yugoslavia, and Greece during the early years of his life and returned to France when he was 10 years old. Luc Besson, who wanted to be a marine biologist, got away from this goal due to an accident and discovered his talent for writing. Luc Besson, who wrote some of the iconic movies that he would direct in the future, in his youth, took his place behind the camera as an assistant director since the age of 18.
Luc Besson started his directorial career by directing short films and commercials. The movie “The Last Battle”, which was released in 1983, was Luc Besson's directorial debut. In 1985, Luc Besson directed the movie “Subway” starring Christopher Lambert, Isabelle Adjani and Jean Reno, and in 1988 he directed another movie “The Big Blue” starring Jean Reno. The 1990 movie “Nikita” became one of Luc Besson's signature movies.
Luc Besson directed “Léon: The Professional” in 1994, the pinnacle of his collaboration with Jean Reno. Luc Besson, who directed the movie “The Fifth Element” which he has written in his youth, showed his talent in science fiction genre. This project, which was released in 1997, won many awards to Luc Besson as a director. Luc Besson, who returned to the director's chair two years later, created the movie “The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc”, in which he worked with Milla Jovovich again.
Luc Besson, who takes breaks between the films he directed, has an uninterrupted career as a producer. At the same time, as a writer, he has his signature in many movies, including the ones he directed. Adding color to his career by directing different music videos, Luc Besson has produced franchises such as “Taxi” and “The Transporter”.
Luc Besson, whom we have seen in the director's chair of the movies “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets” and “Anna” in recent years, is one of the rare directors who succeeded in presenting every movie he directed with his own interpretation. Choosing the best movies directed by Luc Besson is the same as ranking the movies directed by him. To bring together the best Luc Besson movies, I've taken a look at all his signature movies and listed the most prominent ones for you. Luc Besson, who gave impetus to French cinema as a writer, producer and director, is one of the most creative directors of all time. Let's take a look at the best Luc Besson movies together.