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Criterion Collection: Mouchette [Import USA Zone 1]

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Détails sur le produit

  • Acteurs : Nadine Nortier, Jean-Claude Guilbert, Marie Cardinal, Paul Hebert, Jean Vimenet
  • Réalisateurs : Robert Bresson, Theodor Kotulla
  • Scénaristes : Robert Bresson, Georges Bernanos
  • Producteurs : Anatole Dauman
  • Format : Noir et blanc, Dolby, Sous-titré, Cinémascope, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Français (Dolby Digital 1.0)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.66:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Criterion
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 16 janvier 2007
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • ASIN: B000K0YLX2
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Contenu additionnel

Analyse du film par Philippe Azoury (Libération) (10')
Emission "Sur le tournage de Mouchette de Robert Bresson" (26 janvier 1967 - 7')
Interview de Robert Bresson par la télévision belge (1966 - 7'30")

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Description du produit

Mouchette is one of Robert Bresson's greatest cinematic achievements, plumbing immense emotional depths in one of the most searing, heartbreaking portraits of human frailty ever committed to celluloid. Hemmed in by a dying mother, an alcoholic father and a baby brother in need of care, the adolescent Mouchette searches for sanctuary in nature and domestic chores. As the delicate intricacies of her life are played out a touching, tender and tragic portrait is painted, making her of one of cinema's most memorable tragic heroines. An essential piece of classic French filmmaking.

Extras
Zum Beispiel Bresson - An award winning documentary by Theodor Kotulla (31 mins)

Synopsis

Mouchette è un'adolescente di quattordici anni che vive col fratello ancora in fasce e i genitori intristiti dall'alcool e dagli stenti, in un paese agricolo della Provenza. Perennemente derisa e umiliata dagli adulti e dai coetanei, Mouchette reagisce come può con dispetti infantili. Un giorno, al ritorno da scuola, Mouchette viene sorpresa da un temporale mentre attraversa un bosco e viene soccorsa da Arsène, un bracconiere, che la conduce al riparo nella sua capanna. L'uomo confessa a Mouchette di aver ucciso il guardiacaccia. La ragazza accetta di aiutarlo a crearsi un alibi e lo cura amorevolmente quando ha una crisi di epilessia, ma poi, passata la crisi Arsène approfitta di lei. Mouchette torna a casa per confidarsi con la madre, ma gli eventi prendono una piega tragica: la madre muore e la ragazza resta vittima dei pettegolezzi delle donne del paese. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition DVD.

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Par Luc REYNAERT TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 23 avril 2016
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
Ce film, basé sur le roman de G. Bernanos, est un portrait bouleversant d’une exclue de la communauté humaine. La famille de Mouchette est très pauvre. Sa mère est malade et son père parvient à peine de survivre grâce à de la contrebande d’alcool et du braconnage. Elle est mal habillée et pas soignée, un véritable oiseau bariolé. Elle est continuellement humiliée et insultée par d’autres gosses et par ceux et celles qui exercent un certain pouvoir dans le village, comme l’institutrice ou la bourgeoisie soi-disant chrétienne.
Pourtant, elle est l’incarnation de vertus chrétiennes comme la pauvreté et l’innocence. La pureté de ses sentiments est admirablement illustrée dans la séquence de la kermesse avec ses autos-tamponneuses.

Dans son récit ‘Cet Eté-là’, Marie Cardinal (qui joue la mère dans ce film) brosse un portrait de Bresson, qui est loin d'être hagiographique : un homme insupportable, inhumain et cafouilleux. Néanmoins, dans son style sobre, (apparemment) sans passion et loin des grands gestes théâtraux, Robert Bresson a créé un chef-d’œuvre saisissant. Il stigmatise d’une manière féroce la communauté humaine, qui bafoue et conspue sans la moindre pitié les démunis.
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Amazon.com: 4.6 étoiles sur 5 27 commentaires
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Brilliant Film with Brilliant Extras on this DVD 9 décembre 2013
Par Karl P. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Naturally this is a brilliant film. If you can't see it on the screen, this is a pretty close second. The aspect ratio appears to be as close to what I remember the screened version being. The print here looks even better than the print I saw at the Bresson retrospective.

More importantly the extras on this Criterion edition contain a brilliant commentary that explains Breason's links with surrealist and sexual sadist thinkers like George Bataille. I'd have enjoyed to hear more expounded on about this. I've always suspected it as Bresson was friends with Pierre Kosslowski his brother (the brilliant painter) Balthus and Pierre was an intellectual who's focus and primary interests were DeSade and other sexual sadists. Those two brothers were also friends with George Bataille. So I had always assumed there was some kind of link-in addition Pierre actually appeared as a priest in Au Hazard Balthazar (also the full first name of Balthus, the painter and brother of Pierre). All of which naturally made me presuppose. But I never heard or read anything supporting this.

Lastly, there are some excellent documentary supplements with Bresson working with his actors and technicians. Something that is extremely hard to come by.

For all these things along, it's worth the price of this disc.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Mouchette 28 juin 2007
Par John Farr - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Based on a novel by George Bernanos, "Mouchette" is a sad, deceptively simple tale of a peasant girl whose misfortunes multiply and eventually lead her to an especially grim fate. As always, Bresson's visual austerity and utter absence of contrivance or sentimentality give this moving film a patina of solemn grace. Mouchette, as played by non-pro Nortier, is a victim whose pose of contempt for those around her masks a profound inner sorrow. A key scene at an amusement park--the girl's one joyous, carefree outing--is iconic and one of Bresson's most dizzying master strokes.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The suffering of a child 27 janvier 2007
Par Buenoslibros.es - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Another Bresson masterpiece, presented in a beautiful Criterion edition with good extras about the shooting of the film.

The young girl, who as all Bresson characters are not professionals, does an amazing job just being who she is: an innocent young girl.

This movie is sad to the max, specially since the victim is this disprotected young person. We can identify with her all the time, with her isolation, her giving herself for the good of others. Her sacrifice. Her solitude. She's almost a Christlike figure. Bresson admitted during the shooting of this film that he certainly was a believer to the question of whether it was a religious film.

Let those who have ears hear.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 mouchette is living a hard knock life 26 mai 2007
Par Robert L. Christlieb - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
mouchette throws dryed mud balls at her classmates , her life is all about caring for her bed ridden mother with beast cancer, also caring for her mothers baby , her father drives a moonshine truck for a living , a very mean drunk father. she can't take it and drowns herself.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Another simple --but never simplistic -- tale from Bresson 11 avril 2016
Par KG - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I continue to admire and appreciate Bresson, without being able to embrace some of his films completely. But there is enough power in his all work that, as with Antonioni and other film-makers I've tusseled with internally, I'll keep returning to his works and see how my reactions grow and change over time.

Mouchette is the touching, sad story of a 14 year old girl who is truly and ‘outsider’. She is scorned at school, friendless, poor, struggling to cope with with a dying mother who demands mothering herself, a baby bother she has to do almost all the care-taking for, and angry drunkard of a father. Mouchette has understandably retreated within herself, attempting to cut off her emotions, although her tears sometimes come through (tears that I will admit distracted me by looking slightly phony, like a make up effect.)

Ultimately the girl walks away from it all for a night. She has a complex nighttime encounter with a drunk, epileptic and possibly dangerous poacher that changes her deeply. Suddenly she is more aware of the world around her, her own burgeoning sexuality, how people treat her, each other and the natural world. Her tears come more freely. All of this leads to an ending that is both moving, and just slightly mysterious in the way it is shot. '

I was never bored, always interested, and touched. But I wasn’t as deeply effected as most professional critics and film-writers seemed to be, nor did the underlying ideas feel that complex, or hard to decipher. That said, as with all Bresson's deceptively simple work, I could well see my reaction being even stronger on a 2nd viewing.
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