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Arielle Dombasle

“There is no love without suffering. I have a taste for a kind of melancholy and for being an absolute victim of love. To completely sacrifice myself until death.”

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    PERCEVAL

    Éric Rohmer France, 1978

    In many ways a departure for Rohmer, Perceval is a colorful, period-drama retelling of Chrétien de Troyes’s 12th-century Arthurian romance. The stylized splendor of the sets; strange, mythic cadences of speech; and flourishes of dry, Rohmerian humor vividly transpose the Medieval to the present day.

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    THE TREE, THE MAYOR AND THE MEDIATHEQUE

    Éric Rohmer France, 1993

    The hopes and dreams of a socialist mayor inform this gently satirical comedy of errors from Éric Rohmer. A vividly precise satire of small-town bureaucracy—it’s reassuring to know Rohmer hates it as much as the rest of us!—that’s winningly funny, fearsomely political, and curiously personal.

    CALM AT SEA

    Volker Schlöndorff France, 2012

    We travel to occupied France of the Second World War with New German Cinema maverick and Palme d’Or-winning director Volker Schlöndorff. No stranger to the urgency of historical drama, Schlöndorff sheds light on a wrenching wartime tragedy infamous in France but relatively unknown here—until now.

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