Film Festival: ‘The Mother and Whore’:The Cast

Film Festival: ‘The Mother and Whore’:The Cast – The New

Oct 06, 1973 · Watching «The Mother and the Whore,» you find that you’re back in the movie-sludge of the nineteen-fifties, when a number of mediocre French films focused on …

The Mother and the Whore – Wikipedia

The Mother and the Whore is considered Eustache’s masterpiece, and was called the best film of the 1970s by Cahiers du cinéma. It won the Grand Prix of the Jury and the FIPRESCI prize at the 1973 Cannes Film Festival .

Starring: Bernadette Lafont, Jean-Pierre Léaud, Françoise Lebrun

The Mother and the Whore (1973) – Full Cast & Crew – IMDb

The Mother and the Whore (1973) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

The Mother And The Whore Movie Review (1999) | Roger Ebert

Jan 22, 1999 · When Jean Eustache’s «The Mother and the Whore» was released in 1973, young audiences all over the world embraced its layabout hero and his endless conversations with the woman he lived with, the woman he was dating, the woman who rejected him and various other women encountered in the cafes of Paris.


The Mother and the Whore (1973) – MUBI

Jesse Furgurson’s rating of the film The Mother and the Whore Jesse Furgurson It sucks that this is pretty much what life is like, but on the other hand this is pretty much what life is like.


Here’s the Full Denver Film Festival 2018 Lineup – 303

Tickets to Denver Film Festival went on sale to DFS members today and go on sale to the general public on Friday at 10 a.m. Check out the full lineup of films below and go here for more

The Mother and the Whore, Jean Eustache film analysis

The Mother and the Whore will screen at the 2014 Melbourne International Film Festival (31 July – 17 August) as part of a program stream on Jean-Pierre Léaud, co-curated with Philippa Hawker. Find out more and purchase tickets at the MIFF website.

Mother! (2017) – IMDb

Sep 13, 2017 · Watch video · It’s not that a film needs to have a certain storyline or points or profound happy endings and all that. It’s just a matter of a movie being worthwhile. Our time is our most valuable asset in this world.


The Mother and the Whore Review | CultureVulture

The best film released in 1998 was made in 1973. Jean Eustache’s The Mother and the Whore is a bracing, difficult work, unflinching in its ambivalent depiction of the emotional maelstroms of sex. A critical and commercial success upon release, it has remained …

IDFA: ‘Dawn’ Director Carmen Torres on Her Story, Adoption

IDFA: Colombia’s Carmen Torres’ Talks IDFA Doc ‘Dawn’

First-time feature director Carmen Torres follows up the domestic premiere of her autobiographical documentary “Dawn” at this year’s Cartagena Intl. Film Festival in Colombia (FICCI) with a

The Whore (2009 film) – Wikipedia

The Whore won best sound mix at Denver Underground Film Festival in 2009. Soundtrack. The score was composed by Apoptygma Berzerk sound engineer Vegard Blomberg. Sequel. The Sequel Inside the Whore was released 2011 in Norway. It was filmed in summer 2010 in Kvamm, Norway.

Starring: Jørgen Langhelle, Kenneth Falkenberg

The Mother and the Whore Movie Review (1974) | Roger Ebert

Mar 25, 1974 · “The Mother and the Whore” is a brilliantly written film, and the performances are so good that, as I suggested, these aren’t Parisians but people we know. The movie has been attacked on the grounds that it’s Eustache’s statement on women, but that’s silly: It’s his statement on these three silly, doomed, sometimes beautiful persons.


Mother (2009 film) – Wikipedia

In March 2015 the film was re-released in the US, in the Pleasantville, New York based Jacob Burns Film Center, as part of the Bong Joon-ho Retrospective with The Host, …

Starring: Kim Hye-ja, Won Bin

Penelope Cruz – 2018 Cannes Film Festival – Pictures – CBS

Director Ramin Bahrani poses with cast members Michael B. Jordan, Sofia Boutella and Michael Shannon at a photocall for the film «Fahrenheit 451,» at the Cannes Film Festival, May 12, 2018. Credit

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