Torrent Camille Claudel 1915 English Subtitles

This is an excellent film and I highly recommend it. The imagery and soundtrack is lush, and the story focuses intensely on Camille's perfectionism and fortitude, all the while depicting her descent into madness, although some claim she wasn't mad, merely a woman ahead of her time, and thus ostracized. From what I have read of various biographies of Camille Claudel, I understand that she was a woman ahead of her time; she scorned the bourgeois, just as many artists, writer, and musicians did -- in the same way that modern artists scorn the common, small-minded, and narrow society (read Hermann Hesse's Steppenwolf for a good understanding of the artist's situation in society). Following the pattern of Vincent van Gogh and Franz Schubert, Camille Claudel was not a great 'promoter' of her works, and, to make things worse, the bourgeois society, just like today, failed to understand her art (again, like the plight of Vincent van Gogh and many others).

At her core, Camille Claudel was a true rebel, not because she wanted to be, but because she had to. Camille Claudel was a true artist, in the very deepest sense.

Camille Claudel 1915 subtitles. Winter, 1915. Confined by her family to an asylum in the South of France - where she will never sculpt again - the chronicle of Camille Claudel's reclusive life, as she waits for a visit from her brother, Paul Claudel. CABIRIA: [fs 3645 VHS 123min bw silent 1914 dir:Giovanni Pastrone]: A girl is. CAMILLE CLAUDEL: [6021 VHS 159min French /sub 1989 dir:Bruno Nuytten. Spanish/sub 1977 dir:Carlos Saura cast:Geraldine Chaplin; Ana Torrent]: The.

Contents • • • • • • Plot [ ] At the end of her career the sculptor seems to suffer with mental issues. She destroys her own statues and utters repeatedly that her former lover intended to make her life miserable.

Consequently her younger brother sends her to an on the outskirts of. Claudel tries to convince her doctor she is perfectly sane, while living among patients who obviously are not. She is desperate to see her brother again, hoping he might eventually support her plea.

Cast [ ] • as Camille Claudel • as Paul Claudel • Robert Leroy as the doctor • Emmanuel Kauffman as the priest • Marion Keller as Miss Blanc • Armelle Leroy-Rolland as the young novice Reception [ ] According to 's Patrick Gamble the filmmaker Bruno Dumont has delivered an 'incredibly compassionate and humble observation of a tortured artist'. 's Guy Lodge described the film as a 'moving account of a brief period in the later life of the troubled sculptress' and appreciated Juliette Binoche's impersonation of Camille Claudel as nothing less than 'mesmerising'. 's Jonathan Romney ranked this film as 'an amplification and indeed a deepening' of Dumont's hitherto existing accomplishments and artistic impact. Eric Kohn of stated the film had a 'concision' which displayed 'an exactitude worthy of '. Analysing the film in depth for, Jordan Mintzer summed up the film in his 'bottom line': 'An unsettling portrait of the artist as a mad woman, anchored by a riveting lead performance'. See also [ ] •, 1988 film •, 2017 film References [ ]. • (1863) • (1871) • (1872-73) • (1876) • (1877–78) • (1879) • (1880) • (1880) • (1880/1917) • (1880, • (1880-81) • (1881) • (1880–1882) • (1880/1907) • (1881) • (1882) • (1882) • (1882) • (1883) • (1883) • (1883) • (1884) • (c.

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