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Le temps retrouvé

Le temps retrouvé, d'après l'oeuvre de Marcel Proust

Réalisé par Raúl Ruiz
France, Portugal, 1999
Drame, Guerre, Romantique

Synopsis

Marcel Proust (1871-1922) git sur son lit de mort. Au fil des photographies, il songe à son enfance, à sa jeunesse, à ses amours, et à comment la Grande Guerre a mis un terme à toute une couche de la société de son époque. Ses souvenirs surgissent dans le désordre, se bousculant à travers le temps.

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Le temps retrouvé Réalisé par Raúl Ruiz
What is most impressive is that even many fans and connoisseurs of the novel went away satisfied with Ruiz’s “take” on what had long been considered . . . a completely unfilmable literary property. The beloved characters, the famous motifs (such as the memory-triggering madeleine), the tersely melodramatic situations: Ruiz respected enough of that “to the letter” in order to win the right to his surreal arabesques and dreamlike variations on the given material.
February 08, 2018
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Proust is a writer whose work defeated such distinguished adapters as Joseph Losey and Luchino Visconti; Ruiz succeeds because his movie is something of a search for Proust’s own search. . . . All about remembering (cinema not least), this luxurious bath in the river of time is, to lift a phrase from Proust, consecrated to "the miracle of an analogy.
February 08, 2018
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Ruiz turns the play of the author’s memory into a primordial Surrealism by way of bold visual analogies and sonic associations akin to rhymes. Throughout the film, Ruiz lets loose with a phantasmagorical barrage of audacious effects—including rear-screen projections that freeze the adult writer into a dashing posture while he rushes through shifting landscapes of his mind—that dramatize the very act of creation and, for that matter, the impact on Proust of the early cinema.
December 19, 2016
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