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En 1936, le Front Populaire et la guerre d'Espagne agitent les esprits. Fiodor, jeune général de l'armée tsariste réfugié à Paris avec son épouse grecque Arsinoé, participe au trouble ambiant. Pendant qu'elle sympathise avec ses voisins communistes, il effectue des voyages secrets et aime à inquiéter son entourage. Il ne cache pas qu'il est espion, mais dissimule en revanche pour le compte de qui. Des Blancs anticommunistes, de la jeune Union Soviétique, des Nazis, de tous à la fois ?
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Le procès qui suivi le rapt du général Miller (qui fut bien enlevé par les services soviétiques), et la disparition de Skobline a abouti à la condamnation de Skobline (qui n'est jamais réapparu) et de son épouse mais le doute sur leur culpabilité ou la culpabilité de l'un des deux seulement subsiste encore aujourd'hui, les archives soviétiques n'ayant pas encore livré tous leurs secrets.
Un supplément a été inclus utilement au DVD ; il s'agit d'un entretien avec l'historien Nicolas Werth, d'une part, qui précise le contexte de l'époque, notamment l'affaire Toukhatchevski (et l'échange de documents entre Berlin et Moscou) et Irène Skobline, nièce du général, qui exprime ses doutes concernant la culpabilité de son parent et de l'épouse de celui-ci.Lire la suite ›
Le sujet est pourtant intéressant et tirée d'une histoire vraie.
Mais Eric Rohmer gâche l'occasion en voulant garder les rebondissements pour la dernière scène.
John le Carré a inspiré l'aimable Aède des Myrmidons qui ne sachant écrire REELLEMENT écrit avec une caméra (si on peut appeler cela comme ça)...Bref L'Aveugle (ceci explique cela)se fend d'un roman-film (genre roman-photo mais avec du mouvement) inspiré de Maugham ? (non), Conrad ? (non), Buchan ? (non)...alors de qui ? de Rohmer alors...
Emm....ez vous bien ...
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This is my introduction to the French director Rohemer, I have not seen any of his films which some consider to be classic yet difficult films..
This movie certainly opens up my curiousity.. as it is such a well done and multifaced exploration of a time period - and also a lifestyle that deserves examination..
As others have noted this film is full of tedious conversations - it moves kind of slowly, but like the novels of Proust it is worth the effort.
This is my reason for the 4 star rating - it is not for everyone - but well worth the time..
Starring Serge Renko.
It is France in 1936 and the Popular Front---the alliance of the Communists and various socialist and liberal parties--have just won the election and formed a govt under Leon Blum. This now means that the NKVD has free run of the country which is trouble for the White Russian emigre community living around Paris. Fyodor, though the second in command of that community, may also being working with the National Socialists of Germany or the NKVD of Communist Russia. Even his wife does not know.
A superlative and extremely unique historical French film that not only does it dramatize in detail a specific period in French history but, without ever leaving the rooms of the main characters, also addresses the Spanish Civil War, Reynardt Heydrich, Michael Tuchachevsky, the Great Terror and the eventual Alliance between Nazi Germany and Communist Russia. Though heavily fictionalized, the film is based on the true incident that happened with 1937 when a White general--with the connivance of the Socialist French govt--was kidnapped by the NKVD and murdered in Moscow. The film attempts explore whether the Fyodor character was responsible-----something even today is still unknown.
A fascinating, intelligent and shockingly honest film about Communism that simply could not and would not ever be made in this country. It is even shocking that the French would!!! The picture is pretty much being thrown into the deep end of the pool and told to swim for the historical novice but the film does take pains to make clear just what is going on with bubbling and insightful dialogue. Those familiar with the history already will enjoy themselves mightily. The acting....especially the two leads...is about as solid as could be. The direction and period feel is spot on AND the film is very much a throwback to a 30s/40s melodrama. There is no CGI nor wacky action sequences. Characters do not rut at the drop of a hat nor use obscene language like longshoreman. There is even an Iris fade in and out........something I have not seen in a film in decades!!
A truly perfect film and well worth the time of any serious movie or history fan. It is also that very rare thing....a truly brave and subversive film and should be supported.
Possibly the best film of that year and highly recommended.
Liberals should probably avoid though.
Such is the case for his 2004 TRIPLE AGENT. Set in Paris of 1936-37, it is essentially a re-thinking of a true story that about a spy, a bit of history that is still unsolved. To understand this film requires a working knowledge of the political movements intertwining during the time: France's Popular Front, Hitler's rising influence in Europe, the Stalinist era, the Spanish Civil War with Franco and his adversaries, etc. The mix is all placed in the thoughts and discussions of Fyodor Voronin (Serge Renko), his Greek painter wife Arsinoé (Katerina Didaskalu) and their interactions with the changing people of the political ploys (played with sincere verve by Cyrielle Claire, Grigori Manukov, Dimitri Rafalsky, Nathalia Krougly, Amanda Langlet, Jeanne Rambur, Georges Benoît, Emmanuel Salinger among the large and confusing cast). The 'story' emerges from Fyodor's relationship to the political leanings that pull his attention away from Arsinoé and the complications of his physical structure with his intense involvement in the political and ideological climes.
The film works for those with enough savvy to catch all the intrigues of that period in European history. But for a film so completely dependent on rhetoric and smart dialogue this project suffers greatly from the poor subtitles: while most of the French is translated for us, much of the Russian and German is not, as though we all have access to those languages. The result is a static, dry, intense film in which much is lost due to technical flaws. The cast is excellent but the editing and clarity of each character's role falls by the wayside far too often. Rohmer's genius is there, but it is an acquired taste. Would that the viewer had the background knowledge somehow supplied to support the fine story that is being related! Grady Harp, December 06
Arsinoe(Katerina Didaskafu)is a stay-at-home Greek artist painting street genre scenes of people,while her Russian husband Fyodor(Sergei Renko),spends his days on ambiguous missions of diplomacy and intelligence.They are a loving couple,but its complicated by the fact she is apolitical,he feels compelled not to tell her what he's doing, for fear of implicating her if she's ever taken in for questioning.She makes friends of the Communist couple upstairs and offers to paint their daughter.She is naïve and sociable,not knowing who to trust,who to socialise with.Rhomer evokes the times through a judicious use of costumes,vintage cars,art works,newsreel footage documenting key events. With attention to logic and detail the plot is carefully arranged.Most espionage work occurring offscreen. This is no James Bond type action thriller,but through the explanations,rationales,dialogue between the various characters and the White Spy organization in Paris,we get a sense of large forces shaping up for the 2nd World War,The Nazi-Soviet Pact,the collusions between Fascists and Communists,most of all the romantic tensions between the married couple who don't ever know each others secrets,assumptions constantly changing.Painting is used to comment on Arsinoe's world view,until she finds herself too tragically enmeshed in current affairs to escape them.
As with nearly all of Rohmer's films, the camerawork is elegantly understated, with little camera movement and straight cuts, presenting a clear-eyed examination of his characters' emotions and reasoning. It's not a typical espionage film, but a subtly moving and complex one by an aged and masterful filmmaker.Wonderful.