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Camille Claudel 1915

Dirigido por Bruno Dumont
França, 2013


Inverno de 1915. Confinada por sua família a um asilo no sul da França – onde ela nunca mais irá esculpir – a crônica da vida reclusa de Camille Claudel, enquanto espera a visita de seu irmão, Paul Claudel.

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Antes de chocar a todos com uma habilidade inesperada para a comédia, Dumont foi admirado por suas explorações radicalmente sombrias da tragédia humana, como este retrato inflexível e cativante de uma artista torturada com uma Juliette Binoche hipnotizante.

Camille Claudel 1915 Dirigido por Bruno Dumont
[Binoche] gives a monumental performance here, not least because it’s so contained. The moments of protest and anguish are all the more moving and painful because the Camille we mostly see is an observer, with impassive, barely changing features—gazing calmly ahead, or turning to the camera with an implacable, borderline-haughty look… Camille Claudel 1915 is a film of stark, sober rewards, and possibly Dumont’s finest.
October 17, 2013
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Watching Binoche’s every flicker of confusion, anger, remorse, and hope, we are made privy to a succession of emotions that transcend time and place. This is more a film about acting—both the historical necessity of women to constantly play roles for audiences real and perceived, and about our experience of watching a major contemporary screen actor inhabit a character forced to play those roles—than about linear historical events.
October 16, 2013
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In this raw, sparse setting, with its windswept landscape populated by patients whose grimacing faces share the same depth as Claudel’s best portrait busts, Binoche is superb. Quiet and calculating one minute, unhinged and sobbing the next, she expresses brilliantly the maddening frustration of a falsely incarcerated genius.
October 16, 2013
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