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sábado, 15 de outubro de 2011

Nathalie Granger (1972) - Marguerite Duras

O filme mostra uma tarde na vida de duas mulheres, fechadas em casa e em silêncio. Uma delas, Isabelle Granger, está preocupada com o comportamento violento da filha Nathalie. Do mundo exterior surgem ecos via rádio e, mais tarde, um vendedor de máquinas de lavar. Na singularidade narrativa de Duras, sobressaem uma poderosa impressão de um tempo suspenso, “parado”, e uma angústia contida, talvez mais violenta ainda pela ausência de expressão.

• Baseado em: Nathalie Granger de Marguerite Duras
• Direção: Marguerite Duras
• Gênero: Drama
• Origem: França
• Duração: 79 minutos

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4 comentários:

  1. Puxando a brecha da Vanessa, rs. Obrigada - faz tempos quero assistir algo de Marguerite.


  2. Marguerite Duras’ “Nathalie Granger” (1972) – Glimpse of Eternity In Black and White Beauty of Two Souls in Flesh vs. a Child’s Stubborn Vitality “Nathalie Granger” by Marguerite Duras is an aesthetico-philosophical opus-film. The strictest logic of its visual images step by step moves us, the viewers, to the feeling that we, while observing the still and harmonious life in a quiet and prosperous household, never expected to get – of the incompatibility between traditional (over-worldly) spirituality (as it exists and flowers in religious and/or ideological beliefs) and… children’s psychological needs. It is the one of the miracles of this film that the concept of traditional (above-worldly) spirituality is not defined but is impersonated by two profoundly intelligent actresses: Jeanne Moreau and Lucia Bose. Nathalie, a girl of pre-adolescent age who is being cared for and loved by two extraordinary women – the mother and the “aunt”, unexpectedly started to express stubborn resistance to the very atmosphere of sublime spiritual calmness that characterized their household. At school she started to express animosity towards other kids. What’s happened to this seemingly gentle child in spite of her caregivers’ always positive and patient efforts? The film answers this question in a provocative yet solidly articulated way mobilizing the power of cinematic medium to make the point gently but irreversibly. The film doesn’t look like a philosophical argument, although it certainly is, and it influences our cognition through a psychodrama that approaches the viewers’ mind through their feelings and their consciousness through their intuitions. To watch “Nathalie Granger” is challenging but stimulating and rewarding experience for all those who in their life and thinking don’t follow authoritarian clichés and seductive songs of entertaining ads but are prone to try to make their own minds about life and the world. Please, visit: to read an essay on Marguerite Duras’s film “Glimpse of Eternity in Black and White (Beauty of Two Wise Souls in Noble Flesh vs. Child’s Stubborn Vitality)”, with analysis of shots, and also essays on the films by Godard, Resnais, Bergman, Kurosawa, Bunuel, Bresson, Pasolini, Antonioni, Cavani, Alain Tanner, Fassbinder, Anne-Marie Mieville, Bertolucci, Alexander Kluge, Maurice Pialat, Claude Berri, Ozu, Rossellini, Herzog, Ken Russell, Jerzy Skolimowski, Wenders, Moshe Mizrahi, Ronald Neame and Elia Kazan. Victor Enyutin