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The director films the early days of their new romance with a thrilling, manic vigor; one long tracking shot of a mercurial simplicity, showing Louis and Claudia striding through the street as the busy backdrop seems to sweep past them and captures a secret moment of paradise that tends never to end.
The tight framing of that shot also filters out the rest of the world, which, nonetheless, quickly impinges on their idyll.
A strange thing happens in the movie: the action seems to spiral downward, to settle toward a sodden stasis.
As I watched the film, I sensed that the drama was losing energy; it turned out that the characters were losing energy, that the lack of money became a lack of energy.
The theme marked by clinical interpretation, puts on emphasis of choices that contemporary life renders all the more misunderstood psychic turmoil revealing the city's topical losses, as well as its gains.
Interestingly Garrel plays Louis, a struggling actor with a role in a start-up stage production that he enjoys but that barely pays.
Garrel's desire to spruce up the actor's life by giving the benefit of doubt stays.
Baran, a Kurdish independence war hero, is now sheriff in Erbil, the capital city.See full summary » L'Astragale is a 2015 French drama film directed by Brigitte Sy.It is the second film adaptation of the 1965 semi-autobiographical novel L'Astragale by Albertine Sarrazin, after Guy Casaril's L'Astragale.His new film JEALOUSY, shown at IFFI, Goa, India 2013, highlights the exhilaration of love, the exaltation of art—funny pillars of the modern French psyche it is claimed."Jealousy" is a cruel, ironic palimpsest that informs of Paris onto passions of past decades—and does so with a pat black-and-white palette by the seventy-nine-year-old cinematographer Willy Kurant ,the early highlight of whose remarkable career was the romantically threadbare, black-and-white Paris in Jean-Luc Godard's 1966 film "Masculine Feminine".