La Rochelle: "The Mother and the Whore" in a restored edition and explained to dummies

This event is for movie lovers.

La Rochelle: "The Mother and the Whore" in a restored edition and explained to dummies

This event is for movie lovers. Jean Eustache's "The Mom and the Whore", which was controversially shown at the Cannes Film Festival 1975, is now available in a restored edition. From June 8 through 29, a copy will be available in the blue room at La Coursive. Nicolas Pariser, director ("Alice and The Mayor"), who is a specialist in Eustache will be present to discuss this film, which was rarely shown in theaters. It will take place Friday, June 10, at 6:30 pm.

"Before I shot this film, it was a hard time. My films were loved by everyone. However, nobody was willing to pay me to make a new film. I was furious at this contradictory situation. This anger is what allowed me to create the dialogues for "The mother and her whore". The monologues (or rather monologues that were not cut) that I wrote each day became the basis for a five- to six-hour long film. This anger was evident in the fact that the hero viewed everything differently from what was being said or thought. "Explained at time Jean Eustache," author of thirteen films over his 18-year career, .

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