Cézanne © Belva Film GmbH
Drawing from Joachim Gasquet’s 1921 memoir of Paul Cézanne, both films pay a tribute to the French master Huillet and Straub greatly admired. Excerpts from the memoir are shown with Cézanne’s work, scenes from Jean Renoir’s Madame Bovary, and images of Mont Sainte-Victoire. A Visit to the Louvre refers to the painter’s discussion of paintings by Ingres, Delacroix, Courbet, and others. Two of the greatest films ever made on the subject of painting.
Introduced by season programmer Ricardo Matos Cabo
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