Portrait de la Jeune Fille en Feu

Saturday 9 November

16:15 - 18:15 Trianon 1

Brittany, 1770. Marianne has to paint a wedding portrait of the beautiful Héloïse. However, the bride-to-be refuses to be painted, and thus to marry. This marks the beginning of Marianne’s secret gaze upon her subject. Gradually, she becomes the young lady’s companion so she can grasp images of Héloïse and paint her during the night. A strange and fragile intimacy starts to develop between the two. In one of the most exciting films of the year, director Céline Sciamma paints a luminous portrait of a growing and liberating love, trapped in the corset of social constraints. She succeeds in creating a minimal yet precise chronicle of loneliness, passion and memorability, which deserves all the accolades it won at Cannes.
Regular ticket
€ 10.5
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€ 0

Director
Céline SCIAMMA

Cast
Adèle HAENEL, Noémie MERLANT, Valeria GOLINO

Spoken language
French

Subtitles
Dutch

Program
Panorama

Duration
120 minutes

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