Anna Karina, a symbol of French New Wave film, has kicked the bucket at 79 years old.

The Danish-French on-screen character passed on in a medical clinic in Paris in the wake of living with malignant growth, her operator revealed to AFP news organization.

French culture serve Franck Riester tweeted in tribute: “Today, French film has been stranded. It has lost one of its legends.”

Karina rose to unmistakable quality as the dream of her chief ex Jean-Luc Godard during the 1960s.

She got her large break as an adolescent, not long after in the wake of moving to Paris from her local Denmark, when she was spotted by Godard.

He needed to cast her in his first and most well known film Breathless, Karina reviewed years after the fact, yet she turned him down on the grounds that the job required bareness.

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Anna Karina and Jean-Luc Godard got hitched in March 1961

Following a couple of months he offered her another job, establishing their productive working relationship and her place in artistic history.

In 1961, she and Godard got hitched – and only months after the fact, Karina won best entertainer at the Berlin Film Festival for Godard’s A Woman is a Woman.

In spite of the fact that they separated from only four years after the fact, their relationship turned out to be nearly as famous as the movies they made together.

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Karina on the arrangement of Godard’s film Pierrot le Fou in July 1965

“It was actually an extraordinary romantic tale, however tiring in a route for a little youngster since he would leave a ton,” Karina told Vogue in 2016.

“He would state he was going to get a few cigarettes and he would return three weeks after the fact.”

After their separation, she kept on having a long and prosperous vocation, working with movie producers Jacques Rivette, Luchino Visconti and Tony Richardson.

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