Love yourself in love. Lose yourself in love. Theatrical one sheet. Les Amours d'Anaïs(PID:51932313013) Source
posted by Dana L. Brown alias Dana L. Brown on Friday 11th of March 2022 06:45:12 PM
The editing’s rhythm is boisterous... "I hate getting bored at the movies and so I always dread the possibility of boring my audience. Chantal Hymans, my editor, and I scrapped a lot of scenes that slowed down the action. After the first screening we cut twenty minutes from the film! I wanted to quicken the pace. My gold standard is Jean-Paul Rappeneau, and in particular his film Le Sauvage, whose effervescence delights me. I more or less consciously followed in his footsteps." Can we talk about desire, and the sensuality that permeates the film? "Desire is the film’s overarching theme. I’m speaking about desire in the largest sense of the term, of course. The thing that generally impels us, gets us moving and propels us towards others and towards the world. When Anaïs starts becoming interested in Emilie (played by Valeria Bruni Tedeschi), she herself doesn’t know what is pushing her towards this woman: curiosity, a blind attraction and desire to be closer to this person. An intuition as well. The intuition that they have something to live through together. I wanted to explore this kind of magical thing that desire provokes within us, this force that imperiously and mysteriously spurs us forward despite the obstacles. The fact is that after a while, things take shape and an entirely unexpected erotic, carnal and deeply-moving desire appears between Anaïs and Emilie. So yes, sensuality of course. In comparison with Pauline Enslaved, it’s something new I wanted to explore. Something that is extremely cinematographic: the slow and irresistible attraction of bodies." The last line of the film is very beautiful: “I disagree.” She disagrees with what? "With everything! Living is a problem; the world is a problem... But if you want me to give you one specific answer, I would say that I do not agree with giving into fear and resignation. I agree entirely with Anaïs (and Annie Ernaux): Giving up on a passion is criminal, it’s an insult to life." –– Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet ANAÏS IN LOVE A buoyant French comedy www.magpictures.com/anaisinlove/trailer
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