We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. Click here for more information.
AcceptReject
Photo of Delphine Seyrig
Photo of Delphine Seyrig

Delphine Seyrig

“We live in a so-called heterosexual society which is really male heterosexual. Power, press, media, industry all stress male achievements. Heterosexuality was a mask. In the commercial cinema, this heterosexuality appears basically anti-feminine: you see more male faces on the posters than before. The world is showing its true face at last.”

Available to Watch

    LAST YEAR AT MARIENBAD

    Alain Resnais France, 1961

    Perhaps the most famous of puzzle films, this is a time-warping, space-shifting drama of fantasy and memory from Left Bank auteur Alain Resnais. Inspired by Hitchcock, Last Year at Marienbad dares to experiment with disjunctive chronology while expressively fusing the past with the present.

    HD
    More info

    LETTERS HOME

    Chantal Akerman Belgium, 1986

    Adapted from a play comprised of passages from Sylvia Plath’s letters, Chantal Akerman’s film retains the sparse set design which strikingly heightens the excerpts’ raw emotions. The tortuous mother-daughter relationship, central to both Plath’s and Akerman’s works, takes on a startling physicality.

Actor

Show all (42)

Director

Narrator

Voice

Producer

Screenwriter

Self