"La belle Noiseuse" (Jacques Rivette, 1991)

La belle noiseuse (1991) Jacques Rivette

La Belle Noiseuse (1991, Jacques Rivette)
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Emmanuelle Béart dans La belle noiseuse (Jacques Rivette,1991)

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  • "La Belle noiseuse" is a brilliant character study buoyed by two astonishingperformances from the always-wonderful Michel Piccoli and the stunningEmmanuelle Béart. She’s uncommonly gorgeous, has the most piercing eyes ofany actress in recent memory and the way she bares her character’s soul iscompletely entrancing.

    Thus the title, which is generally translated as "the beautifultroublemaker," may not only refer to Marianne, but to Frenhofer aswell. The ultimate object of a work of art is to help us see in a newway, whether the perspective is disturbing, or revealing of an aspectof beauty we never previously considered. By any estimate, "La BelleNoiseuse" fulfills these aims many times over.

  • Thus the title, which is generally translated as "the beautifultroublemaker," may not only refer to Marianne, but to Frenhofer aswell. The ultimate object of a work of art is to help us see in a newway, whether the perspective is disturbing, or revealing of an aspectof beauty we never previously considered. By any estimate, "La BelleNoiseuse" fulfills these aims many times over.

    "La Belle Noiseuse" is not a film for everybody, and especially not forthose seeking an entertaining weekend diversion. As with many greatpaintings, and films, viewers have to give up their resistance andrelax into what the artist is showing them, which is never simply aboutthe surface of a thing or person or situation. The artist who is trulyplugged-in to the currents of life often winds up showing us things wedon’t understand, or more often, what we don’t want to know, because heor she has the patience to look beyond the surface, and to ignore thechatter of polite society. As a result, many artists like Frenhofer arefrustrating people to know, because what they do ultimately upsets thecomfortable illusions of the world around them, themselves included.


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    İçerik : La belle noiseuse Oyuncular : [b]Michel Piccoli[/b] - Edouard Frenhofer [b]Jane Birkin[/b] - Liz [b]Emmanuelle Béart[/b] - Marianne [b]Marianne Denicourt[/b] - Julienne [b]David Bursztein[/b] - Nicolas [b]Gilles Arbona[/b] - Porbus [b]Marie Belluc[/b] - Magali [b]Marie-Claude Roger[/b] - Françoise [b]Leïla Remili[/b] - La servante [b]Daphne Goodfellow[/b] - Deux touristes

    "La Belle Noiseuse" is one of the most unusual films of our time, orany other, a four hour excursion into the convoluted, and sometimesscary, process of creating a work of art. A low-key film that makes allof its points casually, "La Belle Noiseuse" never tells the viewer howto feel or think about its events and characters, but gives suggestionsinstead, with a line of realistic dialogue, or the length of a shot, oran unexpected closeup. This is the modus operandi for most of the greatFrench films, and here, director Jacques Rivette outdoes himself andthe majority of his contemporaries.

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Noel Megahey has reviewed the Region 2 Artificial Eye 2-disc edition of La Belle Noiseuse. An artist is inspired by a model to return to an abandoned canvas. Jacques Rivette's 4 hour masterpiece makes watching paint dry an involving cin