Julie Depardieu is the very best-case scenario of what a girl is to do when she inherits her country's most famous and far-reaching nose from her father. Lissome, lovely Julie calls Gerard Depardieu dad, he whose nose gives him the most recognizable profile in French cinema. A more feminine version of the same proboscis graces the green-eyed face of blonde fille Julie, but her profile is dominated by a pair of outgoing chest protrusions, which she seems to have sprouted for the sole purpose of surpassing the schnoz. Aside from a dominating facial feature, Daddy made sure to pass down parts for his girl in films of his such as La Machine (1994), Le Colonel Chabert (1999), and Le Comte de Monte Cristo (1999). It's in her films free from parental supervision, Le Passion de docteur Bergh (1996) and L'Examen de minuit (1998), that Julie shows moves and curves all her own, posing the slopes of her girlish chest so that all remnants of her father are blown away.