VIENNA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: OCTOBER 25 – NOVEMBER 8, 2018

LADY CHATTERLEY

V' 08

LADY CHATTERLEY

Pascale Ferran
F, 2006
Fiction, 161min, OmdU

LADY CHATTERLEY

Pascale Ferran
F, 2006
Fiction, 161min, OmdU

Screenplay: 
Pascale Ferran
Roger Bohbot
Pierre Trividic nach der zweiten Fassung von «Lady Chatterley's Lover» (1928) von David Herbert Lawrence
Sound: 
Jean-Jacques Ferran
Pascal Chauvin
Camera: 
Julien Hirsch
Editor: 
Mathilde Muyard
Yann Dedet
Composer: 
Béatrice Thiret
Decoration: 
François-Renaud Labarthe
Costume: 
Marie-Claude Altot

Production: 
Maïa Films
Distribution in Austria: 
Stadtkino Filmverleih Spittelberggasse 3/3 1070 Wien T 1 522 48 14 office@stadtkinowien.at
Format: 
35 mm
Color

We must listen to the filmmaker when she declares having made a film at odds with the times, that is to say separate from the two ordinary representations of desire in the
cinema. There is a very old model: let us be done with it, violins, slow and blurred. And a more recent model: desire like an animal pulsion. Lady Chatterley shows something else in the course of the six scenes of physical love between Parkin and Constance. We may propose an approximation of it via a word with which Lawrence wished to title his novel, in order to cut short all ambiguity: tenderness. (Emmanuel Burdeau)