le film MELO m' a beaucoup plu. Les acteurs Sabine Azéma, Michel Dussolier et Pierre Arditi sont magnifiques. La fin qui est un dialogue entre les deux acteurs. Film Mélo: Violinvirtuose Marcel trifft auf Erster Geiger und verliebt sich in dessen Frau. Liebesdrama von Alain Resnais ironisch umgesetzt. Filme · Kinderkino · Events · Bonusmaterial. Kalender. Filmpodium. Kino/Cinema. Standort/Location Zurück. Mélo. Alain Resnais (Frankreich ). (Frühere Verfilmungen: "Der träumende Mund") - Sehenswert ab Filmdaten. Originaltitel: MELO; Produktionsland: Frankreich; Produktionsjahr: ; Regie. Film Mélo: Violinvirtuose Marcel trifft auf Erster Geiger und verliebt sich in dessen Frau. Liebesdrama von Alain Resnais ironisch umgesetzt. Mélo. Donnerstag, Alain Resnais' Meta-Melodram um eine fatale Liebe - bis in der arte Mediathek. Ein Beitrag von. F D. Diskussion.
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Pierre is happily married to Romaine, a stylish young flapper. However, Marcel meets and falls in love with her, which Marcel little suspects. Marin Karmitz Catherine Lapoujade.
If it's old and French I'll try to watch it but I'm not having a great run with Resnais so far. It's deliberately stagey, being closely based on a play from the 20s and even gives shots of a proscenium arch and curtains from the point of view of a theatre audience.
Ironically it's the varied placing and movement of the camera which gives the film some life that would otherwise be completely lacking.
I'm not sure this play should have been revived I was actually planning to have Hiroshima Mon Amour as my first Alain Resnais film but this is readily available on Mubi and it'll leave the streaming service tomorrow, so I immediately jumped on it.
Not sure if I really liked it but it does have excellent performances from the entire cast. That's something I'm absolutely positive about.
Beautiful staging, though. Reviewed on Cinema Eclectica. I remember reading a review of Radiohead's Kid A when it came out which accused the band of "playing with one hand tied behind their backs", an accusation which now seems almost magnificently off-base.
It definitely fits for this mid-period Resnais, in which a man whose debut film opens with one of the most remarkable montages ever cut together has apparently thought, eh, maybe just don't bother editing?
The entire first sequence is a carefully studious workaround the degree rule, which is only initially "broken" as a character starts telling a story with punctuated elements of the cinematic language close-ups, movement, changes in perspective, etc.
Its willingly exaggerated romantic tragedy functions within levels of text that allow for such grand acting choices and inspired embellished writing, while retaining a certain earnestness despite the artificiality of it all.
Beautiful sets and dramatic lighting changes, too, fully taking advantage of the stylistic disposition. Jonathan Rosenbaum.
Fernando F. A beautifully acted and astutely observed romantic drama. Rob Aldam. What's miraculous about Mlo is that the material never grows hysterical and feels blocked in or trapped by the stage.
Jeffrey M. It dishes out dollops of pain from among the Brahms' sonatas, and melodramatics that were dated long ago.
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Director Alain Resnais makes no attempt to open up Henry Bernstein's stage play or hide its theatrical trappings, going so far as to fade in and out of a shot of closed curtains between each 'act'.
The story offers plenty of food for thought, but the nuances of each relationship are undermined by the often dry and detached script readings, punctuated by moments of deliberate histrionic overkill, most of them provided by an all-too animated Sabine Azema, playing the wife of one man and mistress to another.
Nevertheless it's a welcome return to Earth for an erstwhile pioneer of some of the most opaque French New Wave cinema, showing a subtlety rare even for such highbrow entertainment.
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Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. Deutscher Titel.Mélo is a French romantic drama film directed by Alain Resnais and starring Fanny Ardant, André Dussollier, Sabine Azéma and Pierre Arditi based on the play by Henri Bernstein. Movie Info As young men, Marcel (André Dussolier) and Pierre (Pierre Arditi) studied together at the same musical conservatory. They remain friends as adults, even if their lives have turned out. ملوفیلم | سرویس تماشای آنلاین فیلم و سریال که تمامی محتوای آن به صورت رایگان در اختیار کاربران قرار میگیرد. The film is slow, but you don't feel it as slow, because all the performers are taking their work seriously, and giving their best to their parts. Melo proves that Alain Resnais is a true artist. Many have tried to do something like Melo, but only Resnais has succeeded. Synopsis Pierre Belcroix and Marcel Blanc are violinists and lifelong friends living in Paris in the s. While Marcel has become famous and Pierre has not, both are happy with their lives. Pierre is happily married to Romaine, a stylish young flapper.