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Nana

Dirigida por Jean Renoir
Francia, 1926
Drama, Romántico

Sinopsis

Jean Renoir’s second film was this lavishly appointed adaptation of Emile Zola’s novel Nana. Renoir does an admirable job retelling Zola’s woeful tale of a covetous Parisian slum girl in purely visual terms. —allmovie guide

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Nana Dirigida por Jean Renoir

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Renoir admiringly compared Hessling to a “marionette.” It works for the character – a woman not in charge of her own life – but for audiences used to more naturalistic acting, it faced ridicule. But Nana is no joke, but a bold experiment in which Renoir toys with performance and camera movement to convey the unsaid.
May 02, 2017
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The seeds of Madame Bovary and Diary of a Chambermaid and Elena et les Hommes are detected, so are early glimpses of Citizen Kane, Le Plaisir and Viridiana. Anchoring it all is Hessling’s monstrous and affecting “gilded fly,” a lipsticked slash atop a slanted torso, a comet kicking a defiant can-can before burning itself out.
April 13, 2015
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