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La recherche du temps perdu de Nina Companeez
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Selected filmographyWhat impact the two episodes of "The Search of Lost Time," made for television by Nina Companeez, can they have on ayoung audience, that is the question that may arise after you watch.Companeez no lack of nerve to have the screen door is one of the literary masterpieces of the twentieth century in two episodes of two hours each, restricting the work to a minimum, and offering a view a series of short scenes with no timeline condemning this monument to a mere trickle. Certainly there are fine scenes, the director who had the financial means to make a reconstruction of the sets and costumes very successful, but it stops there, because if the stage is set or the characters or the essence of the novel does are truly present, especially in the first episode. And how could they be? It does not make a philosophical reflection on time, involuntary memory, images of Epinal, this is not possible and you can not make the grade in a few hours so subtle, so complex a work of this size. We know that a great filmmaker had plans to make this transposition, Visconti, but he abandoned the project, as Raoul Ruiz sums up often awkward time again, so would it have been better to leave it at that, The Search would by no means is an adaptation of its scope and content. The work of Marcel Proust is above all chiseled sentences, a symphony of words, a philosophical depth, solid construction and a cast of characters that are barely sketched here, turning quickly to the caricature and the preciousness. Finally it is a colossal work of more than 3000 pages is thus picks up into a series of paintings mostly pleasant but does give the Rechercheque that fast food provides a great food: a hardly a preliminary taste.
After a first episode very disappointing and the narrator takes the place has Proust himself, which is a profound mistake, as research is a novel in itself and not the biography of its author, the second episode stands out by a realization that takes more attention to the text and gives us a few tasty bits or moving, especially at the end, with ferruginous shivering of the little bell that announced the arrival of Swann and the character of Albertine loved to camp with the young actress Caroline Tillett. But nothing remains, apart from a nostalgic or cruel, what is the foundation of the work, the pages of wonderful childhood, the maternal kiss and anxiety of the little boy watching the arrival of his mother, the importance of art, which is more than life, and whose short dialogue in the studio of Elstir gives us no idea, considerations of Proust on the Dreyfus Affair that are not even mentioned, no more than 14/18 on the war, and finally the importance of imagination in everyone's life and the pages devoted not only to the praise of the beauty and phenomena of involuntary memory, but the requirements of intelligence and morality, as it is true that research is part of a redemptive art man tearing his mediocrity.
This realization of Nina Companeez, which is certainly not devoid of qualities, she will give our youth a desire to immerse themselves in Proust's work? I'm not convinced, for the simple reason that the character of the narrator appears to us moreshifts in the film he is played by actor Micha Lescot in too inhibited, too sick, we imposing presence invasive to be a timid, shy and stuck at the very least, speaking little and having no material, no relief, while Proust was a young brilliant, gay, funny, and that the art of conversation was a partner in exceptional . This is not apparent in the film, simply because the author has inassigning the role of the narrator, it makes the work flawed, hence the paradox to be a back that is not everything is the narratorof the novel, nor quite the writer Marcel Proust. Thus it reduces the film this search to a picture book pleasant to the eyes but the mind or is absent, the 7th Art is an art and literature of the different rendering of the image rendering different words . I will not take for example the death of the grandmother that the picture has inflicted unilaterally, while that described by the respectedliterary vision that everyone can have and it allows all the freedoms of thought and interpretation. This difference is crucial. Thecinema or requires, the literature suggests. So that these two episodes only lead to circumscribe LaRecherche of snobbery in the register of a decadent aristocracy society, relationships that develop with the upwardly mobile bourgeoisie and homosexuality, leading a few eye-catching scenes Proust and showing a pretty backward-looking vision
A la recherche du temps perdu ( http://www.agoravox.fr/culture-loisirs/culture/article/la-recherche-du-temps-... «La recherche du temps perdu de Nina Companeez» ), Film TV realise par Nina Companeez., d'apres Marcel Proust.
Sur France 2, le mardi 1er fevrier et mercredi 2 fevrier.
" Musique de Bruno Bontempelli.
Produit par Cine Mag Bodard. Avec la participation de France Televisions, Arte France, TV5 Monde, RTS (Radio Televion Suisse) et Centre National de la Cinematographie. Avec le soutien de l'ANGOA et PROCIREP - Societe des producteurs Production avec le concours exceptionnel de la Comedie-Francaise.
Avec : Micha Lescot (le Narrateur), Dominique Blanc (madame Verdurin), Valentine Varela (la duchesse de Guermantes), Didier Sandre (le baron de Charlus), Bernard Farcy (le duc de Guermantes), Catherine Samie (la grand-mere), Dominique Valadie (la mere), Caroline Tillette (Albertine), Andy Gillet (Saint-Loup), Anne Danais (Francoise), Marie-Sophie Ferdane (Gilberte), Michel Fau (Jupien), Eric Ruf (Swann), Jean-Claude Drouot (Elstir), Vincent Heden (Morel), Francoise Bertin (madame de Villeparisis), Herve Pierre (monsieur Verdurin), Philippe Morier-Genoud (Cottard), Laure-Lucille Simon (Andree) et Arthur Igual (Bloch).
A la recherche du temps perdu n'est pas seulement une exploration de la memoire et des souvenirs, c'est le recit d'un apprentissage : celui du personnage central appele "le Narrateur" qui fait ce recit a la premiere personne et dont le nom n'est jamais dit.
Des l'enfance, il a espere devenir ecrivain mais l'accomplissement de sa vocation artistique ne va se faire qu'a travers l'experience des etranges caprices de l'amour, des tortures de la jalousie, des souffrances, des deuils, et a travers l'accumulation des revelations et des desillusions...
Nous sommes en 1900 et le Narrateur a 20 ans. Fils unique, il a grandi dans une famille francaise de la bourgeoisie aisee et cultivee, entouree par l'amour protecteur et sans limite de sa mere et de sa grand-mere. Il est d'une sensibilite exacerbee. Insomniaque, nerveux et asthmatique, il souffre depuis l'enfance de crises nerveuses et de suffocations. Il est enfin arrive a l'indifference a l'egard de Gilberte Swan, qui a ete le grand amour de son adolescence et son premier grand chagrin puisqu'elle l'a rejete. Console, plein de desirs et de reves d'amour, il part en train avec sa grand-mere pour Balbec, en Normandie, afin de respirer l'air marin qui doit le fortifier... "
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