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Movies : Drama : DVD Rip : French
* Director: Robert Bresson
* script: Robert Bresson, Denis Diderot, Jean Cocteau
* Photo: Philippe Agostini
* Music: Jean-Jacques Grünenwald
* Cast: Paul Bernard (Jean), Lucienne Bogaert (Mme. D Blanchette Brunoy), Maria Casares (Helène), Elina Labourdette (Agnès)
* Country: France
* Language: French
* Runtime: 84 min; B&W
* Aka: Ladies of the Park; The Ladies of the Bois de Boulogne
Upset when her lover loses interest in her, a society lady, Helène, determines to have her revenge. She contrives for him to meet and fall in love with a former caberet dancer, Agnès, a woman who, unbeknown to Jean, has a reputation as a prostitute. Agnès, tired of men, is living in seclusion with her mother near the Bois du Bologne in Paris, and initially spurns Jean’s advances. Over time, Jean’s persistence manages to win him Agnès’ affections and the two decide to marry. After the wedding, Helène claims her revenge by revealing Agnès’ unsavoury past to Jean.
Les Dames du Bois de Boulogne is an unusual film for director Robert Bresson, primarily because it adheres, more than any of his other films, to the film-making conventions of the day. As a consequence, the film is more accessible than some of his subsequent works but, lacking Bresson’s idiosyncrasies and religious symbolism, seems to have less of an impact. Nonetheless this is a commendable film and it is reputed to have had a great influence on the New Wave directors such as François Truffaut and Jean-Luc Godard.
The most striking thing about the film is the characterisation, the emphasis of good and evil, achieved through some fine acting and careful lighting. Maria Casarès is so obviously wicked as the vindictive Helène that it is surprising her ex-lover and her soi-disant protegée, Agnès, cannot see through her evil schemes. This serves to highlight the apparent goodness in the targets of her spite, Jean and Agnès, neither of whom is a particular angel of virtue. The placing of inherently good characters in a morally corrupt setting is a recurring theme in Bresson's later films.
The film is a very perceptive study of the power of revenge and the strength of true love. We can understand and sympathise with Helène’s behaviour even though her objective is thoroughly cruel. She is portrayed every much a victim as Jean and Agnès and, in the end she is the one that loses out. Jean’s infatuation with Agnès is proven to derive from a love that not only conquers the former dancer’s ambivalence but thwarts Helène’s evil schemes and offers Agnès the chance of a new life.
The story of a cheated lover taking her revenge is as old as antiquity. However, Bresson’s treatment of the subject is striking in its depth of character analysis. The result is a very moving piece of cinema.
Desejando vingar-se do abandono do amante Jean, Hélene (Maria Casarès), uma dama da alta sociedade, pede a uma dançarina de cabaret que seduza-o. Só que a vingança acabará se transformando num escandaloso romance. Um filme de gestos, de olhares, em que a emoção aflora sob a pureza das imagens. Neste terceiro filme de Robert Bresson (´Um Condenado à Morte Escapou´ e ´Pickpocket´), vemos uma nova dramaturgia distinta do que chamavam de ´teatro filmado´. Bresson, de formação pictória, visou usar os meios cinematográficos para exprimir a interioridade de um sentimento. Esta original história de amor, baseado na novela de Denis Diderot, ´Jacques o fatalista´, e com diálogos escritos por Jean Cocteau, ficou conhecida pela rigorosa e deslumbrante direção de arte e fotografia, recebendo elogios entusiasmados do teórico André Bazin e de François Truffaut.
Bernard Lajarrige, Elina Labourdette, Jean Marchat, Lucienne Bogaert, Maria Casarés, Paul Bernard, Yvette Etievant
Gênero: Drama, Romance
Diretor: Robert Bresson
Duração: 84 minutos
Ano de Lançamento: 1945
País de Origem: França
Idioma do Áudio: Françês
Qualidade de Vídeo: DVD Rip
Vídeo Codec: Xvid
Áudio Codec: Mp3
Áudio Bitrate: 53 Kbps
Resolução Resolution: 512x384
Formato de Tela: Tela Cheia (4x3)
Frame Rate: 23.976 FPS
Tamanho (size): 700 Mb
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